Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci, a guerrilla leader during Kosovo's war for independence from Serbia in the late 1990s, resigned on Thursday and will face charges for war crimes and crimes against humanity at a special court based in The Hague.
By Llazar Semini, Zenel Zhinipotoku, Associated Press
Serbia and Kosovo announced Friday that they have normalized economic ties as part of U.S.-brokered discussions that also include Belgrade moving its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem and Pristina recognizing Israel.
By Associated Press
Trump administration officials met Thursday with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo's Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti to discuss furthering relations on the economic front — something that would provide the president with a diplomatic win ahead of the November presidential…
By Deb Reichmann, Associated Press
Albin Kurti, who heads a caretaker cabinet, said a deal should be accompanied by a "political, economic and financial package" to "accelerate the convergence of the two countries' standards of living and their integration into the European Union."…
By Llazar Semini, Associated Press
By Lorne Cook, Associated Press
NATO leaders will gather in London on Tuesday as the world’s biggest military alliance, marking its 70th birthday, battles with one of the most confounding of adversaries: Itself.
By Malcolm Brabant
Nearly 20 years after the war in Kosovo, efforts to achieve reconciliation between Serbs and ethnic Albanians have suffered one of their worst setbacks in recent years. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports in part two of our series, with the…
In other news Wednesday, a gunman killed two U.S. Air Force troops and wounded two others traveling in a bus outside an airport in Frankfurt, Germany. The 21-year-old suspect was arrested as he fled the scene. Meanwhile, security forces fired…
By PBS NewsHour
Finland's former president Martti Ahtisaari won the Nobel Peace Prize Friday for his career of diplomatic efforts and skillful negotiations to buoy peacemaking and resolve international conflicts.
By PBS NewsHour
Hundreds of Serbians protesters fought with U.N. and NATO forces Monday at a Kosovska Mitrovica courthouse in the worst violence since Kosovo claimed its independence a month ago.
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