The capital Pristina is covered in the blue-and-yellow Kosovan flag for a weekend of festivities, with Kosovo-born British pop star Rita Ora due to headline a concert in the main square on Saturday night.
Prosecutor's office orders end to ‘Kurdish Music Night’ propaganda
Unilaterally declared on February 17, 2008, the independence of Serbia's breakaway province is recognised by more than 110 countries.
Ramush Haradinaj had been scheduled to attend events in Iowa organized by the National Guard
Turkey's ambassador to Kosovo attends opening ceremony of 2 kindergartens
Zoran Zaev meets counterpart Ramush Haradinaj in Pristina
Kosovo's Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj said that his government would take a look at the controversial border agreement with Montenegro.
The Parliament of Kosovo gathered today in an effort to conclude the session started in August 3rd, for constituting the government, which has been interrupted several times.
The former Prime Minister of Kosovo, Bajram Rexhepi, died at 63 in Turkey, where he was being treated in a hospital after a cerebral hemorrhage that put him into coma.
A coalition led by President Hashim Thaci's PDK party -- itself in power since 2007 -- topped early parliamentary polls held on June 11, but the alliance did not win the absolute majority needed to govern alone.
After years of delay, the assembly of the capital of Kosovo looks set to give the go-ahead to the construction of a new 'Central Mosque' - despite the objections of civil society groups.
The five men were charged with dereliction of duty and abuse of power, a spokesman for the prosecutors told AFP.
Official results of parliamentary election show alliance of former Kosovo Liberation Army leaders bagging most seats
Following the separation from Serbia, we can summarize the current parties who have struggled for the past seventeen years.
The alliance dubbed the "war wing" by Kosovo's media, and led by the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) of President Hashim Thaci, won 35.78 percent of votes, based on a count of nearly 70 percent of ballots.
19 parties, 5 pre-election alliances, 2 civil initiatives competing to be part of new government
Kosovans go to the polls after government collapsed in May amid no-confidence vote
The mine, known as Stari Trg to Serbs, "was never Serbian and never will be," Kurti insists.
Relations are tense between Pristina and Belgrade, which refuses to recognise the independence of Kosovo -- its former province populated mostly by ethnic Albanians.
The UN mission in Kosovo was set up at the end of the war in 1999 and helped govern it until Kosovo's 2008 independence.
The 1998-1999 conflict between ethnic Albanian rebels and Serbian forces was the last of the wars that tore apart the former Yugoslavia.