Ethnic Serbs gathered again in a flashpoint town in north Kosovo on Thursday at the site of clashes earlier this week with NATO-led forces, as Washington urged both Belgrade and Pristina to diffuse tensions. In the northern town of Zvecan, some 70 protesters -- significantly fewer than crowds seen on previous days -- rallied outside…
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday said Kosovo officials bore "responsibility" following clashes this week over local election results that left more than 80 people injured. "It is very clear that Kosovar authorities bear responsibility for the current situation and there is non-compliance with an agreement that was nevertheless important, and which was secured just…
NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday condemned attacks against the alliance's forces in Kosovo, after 30 of its peacekeepers were injured in clashes with ethnic Serb protesters.
Kosovo and Serbia leaders gathered Saturday for the latest round of EU-led talks, as the long-time rivals come under increasing pressure to strike a deal to normalise ties.
Kosovo closed its biggest border crossing with Serbia, police said Wednesday, after Serbs set up more barricades on their side in one of the region's worst crises in years. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, but Belgrade has refused to recognise it and encouraged Kosovo's 120,000 ethnic Serbs to defy Pristina's authority -- especially…
The European Union and the United States urged Kosovo and Serbia Wednesday to take "immediate" steps to deescalate tensions amid mounting unrest in their border region. "The European Union and the United States of America are concerned about the continued tense situation in the north of Kosovo," they said in a joint statement. "We call…
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