Pristina

At least two drown in Albanian floods

At least two people drowned in flash floods following two days of heavy rainfall in Albania, the authorities confirmed Tuesday. 

Kosovo exhilarated ahead of football homecoming with Croatia

Several years after declaring independence, Kosovo play a first competitive football game at 'home' - in neighbouring Albania.

Kosovo make their point on international football stage

After becoming a FIFA member in May, Kosovo celebrate a first point and first goal in international competition after a 1-1 draw against Finland in a World Cup qualifying match.

Montenegro doesn't expect incidents ahead of Kosovo ratification of border deal

Montenegro and Kosovo signed the Border Agreement in August last year in Vienna, as a result of three-year-long negotiations.

Warmly welcomed in Kosovo, Biden to press for peace with Serbia

US Vice President Joe Biden, a strong supporter of Kosovo during its struggle for independence from Serbia, arrived to a warm welcome in Pristina for talks on Wednesday.

Explosion rocks Kosovo parliament

Kosovo's parliament building was damaged in a blast late Thursday, state television RTK reported.

Kosovo opposition disrupts parliament in another tear gas attack

Kosovo police expelled the political opposition from parliament on Friday afternoon after its members again disrupted a government session with tear gas, the Koha.net news portal reported.

15 injured, 24 arrested in Pristina protest

Kosovo opposition sympathisers protested against a Belgrade-Pristina agreement reached in Brussels, which gives greater local powers to the Serb minority, and a Kosovo-Montenegro border agreement...

Protests in Pristina against agreement with Serbia, opposition leader arrested

Police raided the offices of the opposition movement Vetevendosje (Self-determination), whose deputies recently paralysed the work of parliament in protest against the normalisation agreement.

17 policemen injured in rioting in Pristina

The incident in the parliament chamber was followed by clashes between protesters and the police outside the parliament building, with protesters throwing stones and red paint at the police.