Two brothers from Gjilan are reported to have been among those killed after an earthquake in Albania caused buildings to collapse, trapping many people inside.
After winning the largest share of the vote in the parliamentary elections, Vetevendosje have promised to exclude Belgrade-backed Lista Srpska from the next Kosovo government. But is it democratically and constitutionally possible?
The Kosovo Special Prosecution is investigating an incident at the Central Election Commission, after officials verifying postal votes suffered allergic reactions after coming into contact with envelopes sent from Serbia.
Armed with balloons, confetti cannons and rainbow-colored smoke flares, participants in Kosovo’s third Pride Parade danced down Prishtina’s main boulevard on Thursday to celebrate LGBTI pride.
After being bounced around different courts and administrative offices in Kosovo, the long-awaited lawsuit filed by Blert Morina to change the name and gender marker on his ID to reflect his gender identity began on Wednesday.