Kosovan Joins Central American Migrant Group Surrendering at Texas Border

Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended a large group of mostly Central American migrants who crossed the border near the town of Abram, Texas. At least one Kosovan joined the group of more than 100 families and unaccompanied minors who surrendered after crossing from Mexico.

MCALLEN, TX - JUNE 12: Central American asylum seekers wait as U.S. Border Patrol agents take groups of them into custody on June 12, 2018 near McAllen, Texas. The families were then sent to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing center for possible separation. U.S. border authorities are …

Kosovo Moves Decidedly Toward Sovereignty and Independence

The Republic of Kosovo made a move this week to gain broader recognition as President Hashim Thaci announced continuing peace talks with Serbian President Aleksander Vucic in an effort to normalize relations between the two countries.

Kosovars celebrate the independence of Kosovo as they displays the contry's new flag in the center of the capital Pristina on February 17, 2008. Kosovo's parliament declared the province's independence from Serbia, giving Europe a new nation and marking an historic turning point in the volatile Balkans. Serbian newspapers in …

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 Rexha from Kosovo finally made his dream


Police Manhunt as Kosovo Serb Politician Gunned Down

MITROVICA, Kosovo (AP) — A leading Serb politician in northern Kosovo was gunned down Tuesday morning, an attack that raised ethnic tensions in the Balkans and prompted the suspension of EU-mediated talks between Kosovo and Serbia. Assailants opened fire on

Oliver Ivanovic

Serb Officials Warn Of Another War In The Balkans

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) – Serbian officials warned on Friday of another war in the Balkans if Albanians try to form a joint state with Kosovo in the war-weary European region and the West does not reject such a plan. The angry

Government Holds Balkan Conference

Report: Foreign-Funded Islamist Networks Active in EU Applicant States

The Switzerland-based Centre for Security Studies (CSS) has published a report, focusing on the “Dynamics of Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Kosovo”, which claims that “foreign-funded extremist networks” are active in states applying to join the European Union (EU).

Lavdrim Muhaxheri, also known by the nom de guerre Abu Abdullah al Kosova, is a Kosovo Albanian Islamic State leader and recruiter of ethnic Albanian jihadi foreign fighters fighting in Syria and in Iraq.

Two Kosovo-Born Men Held in Suspected German Mall Attack Plot

BERLIN (AP) — Two Kosovo-born brothers were detained Friday on suspicion that they were planning to carry out an attack on a shopping mall in western Germany, days after a truck attack in Berlin that killed 12 people. The men,

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EU Threatens Kosovo With Loss of Privileges Over Dispute With Montenegro

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — A senior European Union official said Friday that unless Kosovo approves a border demarcation deal with neighboring Montenegro, it can’t enjoy EU visa liberalization. Opposition lawmakers, who are against the deal, have disrupted parliamentary work by


Kosovo Bans 16 NGOs Linked To Jihadists

The Kosovar government has banned sixteen non-governmental organisations thought to be linked to Islamist groups, according to media reports from within the country. The Interior Minister of Kosovo, Skender Hyseni, signed an executive ruling revoking the licenses of the 16

Jamal al-Harith

Kosovo Parliament Debates Serbian Relations by Lobbing Tear Gas Grenades

The turmoil over selecting a Speaker of the House to replace John Boehner seems positively tranquil compared to the debate over Serbian relations in the parliament of Kosovo. Someone decided to filibuster these talks by throwing tear gas grenades in the middle of a parliamentary session, causing two MPs to pass out


Kosovo: Legislators Hurl Eggs at Prime Minister on Live TV

On Wednesday, Kosovo’s opposition members of Parliament interrupted their Prime Minister by pelting him with eggs mid-speech. Their attack halted the legislative session, which was broadcast live nationally, though the Prime Minister insists it will not yield the result the opposition had hoped.