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A divided Kosovo | Letters

A divided Kosovo | Letters

The outlook for Kosovo looks bleak, unless its peoples are allowed to go their separate ways, writes Dr Michael PravicaThe barbaric and terrorist killing of the Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanović
A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace

A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace

President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia, center, at the Banjska Monastery in Mitrovica, Kosovo, on Saturday, in a visit that underscored the fine line he tries to walk on Kosovo.
A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace

A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace

President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia, center, at the Banjska Monastery in Mitrovica, Kosovo, on Saturday, in a visit that underscored the fine line he tries to walk on Kosovo.
Mitrovica Journal: In Kosovo, a Peace Built on Separation

Mitrovica Journal: In Kosovo, a Peace Built on Separation

The Banjska Monastery outside Mitrovica, Kosovo, was built between 1313 and 1317 by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin.
Mitrovica Journal: In Kosovo, a Peace Built on Separation

Mitrovica Journal: In Kosovo, a Peace Built on Separation

The Banjska Monastery outside Mitrovica, Kosovo, was built between 1313 and 1317 by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin.
Reuters: Kosovan Farmer Names Pet Wolf After President Trump

Reuters: Kosovan Farmer Names Pet Wolf After President Trump

A Kosovan farmer has made his admiration for U.S. President Donald Trump manifest, naming one of his pet wolves Trump, in honour of his energy and leadership. Wire service Reuters reports: When Hysni
Kosovo Journal: Kosovo Finds Little to Celebrate After 10 Years of Independence

Kosovo Journal: Kosovo Finds Little to Celebrate After 10 Years of Independence

2018: Children walking by a mural celebrating the Kosovo Liberation Army in Rufc i Ri. Saturday is the 10th anniversary of Kosovo’s declaration of independence, but corruption and a stagnant economy
Kosovo Journal: Kosovo Finds Little to Celebrate After 10 Years of Independence

Kosovo Journal: Kosovo Finds Little to Celebrate After 10 Years of Independence

2018: Children walking by a mural celebrating the Kosovo Liberation Army in Rufc i Ri. Saturday is the 10th anniversary of Kosovo’s declaration of independence, but corruption and a stagnant economy
Kosovo at 10: challenges overshadow independence celebrations

Kosovo at 10: challenges overshadow independence celebrations

Migration, youth unemployment and unresolved alleged war crimes are headaches for Kosovo’s international backers51st state: Kosovo’s bond to the US – photo essayThe bunting is going up on Pristina’s
Kosovo marks 10th anniversary of independence from Serbia

Kosovo marks 10th anniversary of independence from Serbia

Kosovo on Saturday celebrates 10 years since it declared independence, a moment of pride for its ethnic Albanian majority, although sovereignty remains fiercely contested by Serbia.
Pristina in the spotlight: Rita Ora aside, can Kosovo's capital make it big?

Pristina in the spotlight: Rita Ora aside, can Kosovo's capital make it big?

Ten years since Kosovo declared independence from Serbia, Pristina struggles with corruption and pollution – but the youngest capital in Europe is full of fresh energyPristina is a city of constant
Kosovo: top war crimes prosecutor forced to leave amid US state department inertia

Kosovo: top war crimes prosecutor forced to leave amid US state department inertia

David Schwendiman said he is being made to leave the job at a critical stage of the tribunal’s work with no designated successorThe chief prosecutor of a war crimes court for Kosovo has said he is
Clocks Slow in Europe? Blame Kosovo-Serbia Row

Clocks Slow in Europe? Blame Kosovo-Serbia Row

The National Assembly building in Belgrade, Serbia, last month. A dispute between Serbia and Kosovo has disrupted the electric power grid for most of Europe, making certain kinds of clocks run slow.
International Dispute Causes European Clocks to Run Slow

International Dispute Causes European Clocks to Run Slow

For many electric clocks in Europe, time has ever so slightly been falling behind since mid-January. The agency that represents Europe’s synchronous electrical grid recently cleared up the confusion
European clocks lose six minutes after dispute saps power from electricity grid

European clocks lose six minutes after dispute saps power from electricity grid

A row between Kosovo and Serbia is draining energy from the continent’s 25-nation system, causing electronic clocks to fall behind Europeans who have been arriving late to work or school in recent
Clocks Slow in Europe? Blame Kosovo-Serbia Row

Clocks Slow in Europe? Blame Kosovo-Serbia Row

The National Assembly building in Belgrade, Serbia, last month. A dispute between Serbia and Kosovo has disrupted the electric power grid for most of Europe, making certain kinds of clocks run slow.
A dispute between two countries slowed clocks down across Europe by six minutes

A dispute between two countries slowed clocks down across Europe by six minutes

When nations fight things can get ugly, but did you know it can also slow down time? That's what happened across several European countries, allegedly due to poor relations between Serbia and Kosovo —
Kosovo detains Serbian politician after 'illegal entry' into region

Kosovo detains Serbian politician after 'illegal entry' into region

Marko Đurić was seized by special police officers who fired stun grenades to disperse crowdAir raid sirens have rung out in Serb-dominated northern Kosovo after special police fired stun grenades in a