The former National Security Agency contractor shook the American intelligence establishment to its core in 2013 with a series of devastating leaks on mass surveillance in the US and around the world.
“Kosovo is a sovereign, independent country and we respect the right of Kosovo to manage who and what crosses its borders”, the online declaration says.
The move was lambasted as a "deliberate provocation" by Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci, who suggested it was part of a plan to annex the Serb-populated north of his country.
Haider al-Abadi calls on Saudi-led alliance to help Iraq repatriate displaced persons and rebuild shattered infrastructure
Russian leader slams what he calls fabrications used to smear US president-elect
Inmates climbed on the roof and set up barriers of furniture in a northeastern jail inhabited by warring rival drug gangs.
Monday's shooting at the Blue Parrot club during the BPM electronic music festival rocked Playa del Carmen, a usually peaceful Caribbean seaside town.
Indictment seeks up to four years in prison for Selahattin Demirtas, co-chair of opposition Peoples' Democratic Party
Bekir Bozdag expects constitutional changes to be passed by lawmakers
Police forces raid a house where PKK members reportedly plotting a terrorist attack
Arrest warrants issued for 243 suspects allegedly linked to FETO terror network across 54 Turkish provinces
EU countries fail to relocate promised number of refugees, Greek Migration Ministry says
Four other Palestinians wounded as Israeli police conduct demolition raid in the Negev desert village of Um Al Hiran.
Duterte launched his broadside in response to the powerful Catholic Church mounting a campaign to stop the killings in his anti-drugs drive, which has claimed about 6,000 lives in less than seven months.
Of 10 miners trapped by the disaster, one saved and given medical treatment, but the rest die
Malaysia Airlines remains hopeful for closure over flight, which disappeared in 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board
Last November's bombing sent 4 children to hospital, one of whom died of burns over most of her body
Khan, 51, has now been acquitted in three out of four cases filed against him for hunting rare black bucks, a native species of antelope, while shooting a film in the northwestern state of Rajasthan in 1998.
Lee Jae-Yong, 48, was tight-lipped as he left the Seoul Central District Court after a four-hour hearing, television footage showed. He declined to speak to reporters.
Ken Wyatt became Minister for Aged Care and for Indigenous Health when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reshuffled his executive following the resignation of the health minister in an expenses scandal.
Sapae-ing established a leading Islamic school and became a folkloric figure for many Malay-Muslims in Thailand's culturally distinct far south despite being in self-exile since 2004.
Defendants charged with involvement in two high-profile assassination attempts last year, judicial source says
Strikes 'were a result of continued coordination with Turkey', U.S.-led coalition says
Central Bank skips repo auction for fifth trading day to stem sharp decline in lira value against other currencies
Number of tourists across the world rose to all time high of 1.235 billion last year, World Tourism Organization said on Tuesday.
Extreme weather ruins small fishing boats which saved many lives during 2015 refugee crisis
The bilateral agreement is being dubbed “a first of its kind.” and follows the signing of an agreement by Latvia last week
Antonio Tajani will replace German Social Democratic politician Martin Schulz
Fear of neighbouring Russia is leading many Estonians to volunteer as paramilitaries, giving up weekends for training
The 62-year-old Maniero led the powerful Venetian mala del Brenta mafia group until the mid-1990s.
Comprehensive dialogue hailed as promising long-term solutions to political tensions, but format is criticized
Heavy rains have deluged Zimbabwe in recent days, causing floods and killing people who attempted to cross rivers that had burst their banks.
A Nigerian air strike mistakenly bombed a camp for displaced people, killing at least 52 people and injuring many more.
A French-led military intervention that started in January 2013 helped Mali drive out rebels, but rebels remain active across large parts of the region
Ex-army analyst to be released from military prison May 17; was sentenced to 35 years in jail in 2013
59 lawmakers from both the House of Representatives -- all Democrats -- will boycott Trump's swearing-in
She is also charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly misleading local police in Florida and the Federal Bureau of Investigation on information relating to the attack.