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Kosovo, Russia teams to be kept apart in European competitions
Teams from Kosovo and Russia will be kept apart in UEFA competitions indefinitely because of security risks, European soccer’s governing body said.
Kosovo PM fires deputy minister over comments about NATO
Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has fired the country's ethnic Serb deputy justice minister after she called NATO's 1999 bombing campaign against Serbia a "planned genocide".
Iran's 'Forouzan' wins Special Jury Prize in Kosovo
Iranian short film 'Forouzan' won the Special Jury Prize at the 11th Goddess on the Goddess on the Throne film festival.
Blow for Iran, Kosovo friendly canceled
Iran’s World Cup preparations were hit by a second cancellation of a friendly match ahead of next month’s tournament in Russia.
Ankara says 6 Gulen-linked suspects arrested in Kosovo brought back home
Turkish intelligence authorities say six men, suspected to have links to religious schools financed by the outlawed Fethullah Gulen movement, have been extradited to the country after they were arrested in Kosovo.
EU reiterates call on Kosovo to accept border deal to join Schengen
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has conditioned Kosovo’s possible accession to the European visa-free travel zone known as Schengen on accepting a border demarcation agreement with Montenegro and improved ties with Serbia.
The latest: Kosovo president condemns Serb leader's shooting
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci has strongly denounced the killing of a Serb political leader in the northern city of Mitrovica.
Cyprus police arrest Israeli involved in organ trade in Kosovo
The Israeli ringleader of a global gang involved in an organ trafficking in Kosovo has been arrested in Cyprus, Kosovan police say.
Kosovo still unclear on border demarcation with Montenegro
Kosovo's new prime minister has set no clear timing about the government's plans to resolve the ratification of a border demarcation deal with neighboring Montenegro.
US, allies call on Kosovo parliament to form government
The United States and its Western allies have exerted pressure in a statement on Kosovo's newly elected parliament to form a new government.
Kosovo votes amid concerns for economy, border
People in Kosovo are voting in snap elections to decide members of their 120-seat parliament as key issues like a border demarcation deal and talks with Serbia are at stake.
Kosovo holds snap elections with economy in focus
Kosovars voted on Sunday in snap parliamentary elections, hoping to elect a government that can improve the Balkan state's impoverished economy and make progress in joining the European Union.
Germany concerned about spread of Wahhabism in Kosovo
The German government has expressed concern over the spread of Wahhabism, promoted by the Saudi regime, in Kosovo and other areas in the region.
Kosovo MPs dismiss government in no-confidence vote
Kosovo lawmakers voted on Wednesday to dismiss the government of Prime Minister Isa Mustafa in a no-confidence motion, a move that will trigger a snap election next month.
Kosovo moves to create national army despite Serb opposition
Kosovo signaled on Wednesday plans to turn its security force into a national army, a move strongly opposed by its ethnic Serb minority and by Belgrade which said it would cause instability in the region.

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