The reopening of a bridge in Mitrovica could mark a new beginning for the city.
Nationalists are dead set against a border rectification agreement with Montenegro, and heightened cooperation with Serbia.
Russia’s entire Paralympic team banned over doping scandal.
Arrest may lead to more scrutiny of Tehran’s alleged financial support for Balkan Muslim groups.
Recently published report criticizes UNMIK's ‘failure to achieve any practical reparation’ for those who seek redress.
Kosovo opposition MPs question a demarcation agreement with Montenegro, and the Slovenian foreign minister resigns over a row with Croatia.
Past and present leading politicians could face charges for gruesome mistreatment of civilians during independence struggle.
A group of seven men received sentences totaling 42 years for recruiting for the Islamic State or fighting on its behalf in Syria.
Fatmir Limaj, finally cleared of wartime crimes after 13 years, wants Kosovo authorities to pay for his days in jail.
FIFA membership could soon follow, as the former Serbian province gains increasing acceptance by major sports organizations.
The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.
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It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.