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Kosovo approves team for talks with former adversary Serbia

3:55pm EST

PRISTINA Kosovo's parliament voted on Saturday to form a negotiating team to try to resolve outstanding disputes with Serbia, amid growing tensions between the two neighbors.

Kosovo approves new army despite Serb opposition, NATO criticism

Dec 14 2018

PRISTINA Kosovo's parliament voted on Friday to create a 5,000-strong standing army, a week after Serbia's premier suggested the move could provoke military intervention by Belgrade.

Kosovo approves new army despite Serb opposition, NATO criticism

Dec 14 2018

PRISTINA, Dec 14 Kosovo's parliament voted on Friday to create a 5,000-strong standing army, a week after Serbia's premier suggested the move could provoke military intervention by Belgrade.

Kosovo says to maintain its tariffs on Serbia despite EU pressure

Dec 03 2018

PRISTINA Kosovo will keep its 100 percent tariffs on Serbian goods until Belgrade recognizes Pristina, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said on Monday, defying calls by the European Union and United States for the tariffs to be abolished.

EU calls Kosovo to revoke import tax on Serbia, Bosnia goods

Nov 07 2018

LONDON The European Union called on Kosovo on Wednesday to revoke its decision to impose an import tax on goods coming from Serbia and Bosnia, a move that is likely to further sour relations between Pristina and Belgrade.

Kosovo opts for coal plant despite criticism

Nov 02 2018

PRISTINA After decades of relying on lignite, Kosovo has been told it needs to phase the energy source out, despite having 14 billion tonnes of reserves, the fifth largest in the world.

Kosovo votes to create national army over Serb objections

Oct 19 2018

PRISTINA Parliament in Kosovo, which relies on NATO troops for its protection, voted on Thursday to set up a 5,000-strong national army though its Serb minority said the move was illegal. | Video

Kosovo votes to create national army over Serb objections

Oct 18 2018

PRISTINA, Oct 18 Parliament in Kosovo, Europe's newest independent state which relies on NATO troops for its protection, voted on Thursday to set up a 5,000-strong national army though its Serb minority said the move was illegal.

Kosovo indicts 12 people including government minister over war pensions fraud

Sep 14 2018

PRISTINA Kosovo's state prosecutor indicted 12 people including senior government officials on charges of pensions fraud on Friday, accusing them of falsely registering thousands of people as war veterans who claimed millions of euros in state benefits.

Kosovo police use drones to reduce deadly car crashes

Sep 12 2018

PRISTINA Kosovo police have started using drones to catch drivers who do not respect traffic signs in an attempt to reduce the high number of casualties.

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