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Serbia is Kremlin’s ‘client regime,’ Kosovo PM tells DW

Serbia is Kremlin's 'client regime,' Kosovo PM tells DW

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North Macedonia, Kosovo and Bulgaria joined the US agreement aimed at stemming Chinese influence in 5G infrastructure. The US and EU also launched bilateral talks to discuss China issues.
7 Nov 2020
Kosovo President Hashim Thaçi announces his resignation after his war crimes indictment was confirmed by a special tribunal in The Hague on charges relating to the conflict against Serbian forces in the late 1990s.
28 Nov 2020
Patriarch Irinej, 90, was diagnosed after attending another senior cleric's funeral earlier this month. The Serbian Orthodox Church has 12 million followers worldwide, most of whom live in the Balkans.
5 Dec 2020
After 86 years, the most difficult works have now been completed in the construction of Belgrade’s St. Stava church, one of the largest Orthodox houses of worship in the world. Removed scaffolding revealed a mosaic spanning 15,000 square metres, constructed with funding from Russia. Motifs dedicated to the first Serbian archbishop are now visible, as well as some unique in the Orthodox world.
3 Feb 2021
The historic deal was brokered by former US President Donald Trump and sees Muslim-majority Kosovo recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
21 Mar 2021
In Kosovo, so-called "restaurant bears" that were once abused in captivity enjoy lazy days in a snow-capped mountain setting freed from their chains.
5 Apr 2021
Lawmakers elected Kosovo's most popular politician Vjosa Osmani as president Sunday, overcoming an opposition boycott that had kept parliament short of a quorum one day earlier.
14 May 2021
A new generation of female politicians in Kosovo are pushing hard for equality in a country where few women own property yet alone work outside of their homes. Also an UN report reveals millions of women across dozens of developing nations are denied control over their own bodies such as the right to use contraception or seeking health care. Annette Young talks to Marie Ba from the Ouagadougou Partnership which promotes family planning in nine Francophone countries in West Africa.
16 Jun 2021
President Vucic criticized Kosovo's new premier as fresh talks in Brussels aimed at resolving one of Europe's most intractable territorial disputes hit a familiar snag.
3 Aug 2021
The Kosovan Olympic judo team arrives home to celebratory crowds after the Tokyo Games, where Nora Gjakova and Distria Krasniqi won the Balkan nation two Olympic gold medals.
15 Aug 2021
When Dragica Gasic tried to buy groceries in a local store, the Albanian owner barred her from entering. Her offence? Being the first and only Serb to return to this Kosovar town, which still bears the scars of a decades-old conflict.
21 Aug 2021
Almost twenty years ago, Panta Petrovic made social distancing a lifestyle choice when he moved into a tiny Serbian mountain cave to avoid society. Last year, on one of his visits to town, the dreadlocked man with a long beard found out there was a pandemic raging. After vaccines against Covid-19 became available, he got jabbed and now urges everyone to do the same.