The freezing temperatures did not put off visitors keen to see the spectacle of the frozen falls for themselves.Read the full story ›
Parliament in Kosovo was disrupted after protesting members threw tear gas canisters to delay an important vote.
The government chamber was evacuated after tear gas filled the arena on Wednesday.
Several MPs had sought to disrupt a vote on a newly proposed border between Kosovo and neighbouring Montenegro.
Kosovo prevented the train, which bears the slogan 'Kosovo is Serbia[n]', from crossing into its territory.Read the full story ›
Police in Kosovo said simultaneous attacks by so-called Islamic State on targets including Israel's national football team have been foiled.Read the full story ›
British soldiers will join troops from some 30 countries who work in the country.Read the full story ›
A government building in Kosovo has been set alight by angry protesters who gathered to denounce a deal brokered by the EU to give the country's ethnic Serb minority greater local powers.
Firefighters put out the flames on Saturday after protesters threw petrol bombs at the building during their rally.
Politicians in Kosovo put on gas masks and stood defiantly as tear gas filled the debating chamber in their latest unparliamentary action.Read the full story ›
Kosovo's two biggest parties agreed "in principle" to form a government, the Balkan country's president said, signalling an end to more than five months of damaging political deadlock.
President Atifete Jahjaga made the announcement after meeting outgoing Prime Minister Hashim Thaci of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) and Isa Mustafa of the rival Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK).
"Thaci and Mustafa agreed in principle to form a coalition between PDK and LDK, to build institutions of the Republic of Kosovo," Jahjaga said in a statement.
Kosovo Albanians burned cars and threw rocks at police in the ethnically-divided town of Mitrovica on Sunday and police responded with tear gas, Reuters have reported.
Violence broke out during a protest by several hundred Albanians over the blockage of a bridge between the two sides of the town, a frequent flashpoint between Serbs and Albanians since Kosovo's 1998-99 war.
The Kosovo police were supported by lines of Polish police, part of a European Union mission, and US soldiers of NATO's 5,000-strong peace force in the Balkan country, which declared independence from Serbia in 2008.