War crimes prosecutor: Keep pressure on Serbia
Radical Islam on rise in Balkans
SKOPJE, Macedonia — An online music video praising Osama bin Laden has driven home a troubling new reality: A radical brand of Islam embraced by al-Qaida and the Taliban is gaining a foothold in the Balkans.
Kosovo: French Gendarme injured in Kosovo clash
Serbia charges 9 ex-troops with Kosovo war crimes
Police arrest head of Kosovo Central Bank
PRISTINA, Kosovo — Police in Kosovo arrested the head of the country’s central bank and raided his home and office Friday, the latest in a series of investigations targeting alleged corruption in the Balkan nation.
UN court orders retrial for former Kosovo premier
Judges won’t extradite Kosovo terror suspect to US
Judges reject Kosovo terror suspect handover
Man named as part of NC terror plot arrested
Kosovo Albanian arrested on US terrorism charges
Serbia plans to open mass grave
BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbian investigators will open a mass grave that could contain up to 350 bodies of Albanians who were killed during the 1998-99 war in Kosovo, then secretly buried in Serbia to hide the atrocities, an official said Thursday.
Rebel leader accused of genocide lives in Paris
Finnish police: shooter likely chose his victims
Gunman kills 5, then self, in Finland
ESPOO, Finland — A lone gunman dressed in black killed five people, including four in a crowded shopping mall, before returning home and taking his own life on Thursday. It was the third such massacre in Finland in about two years, and once again raised questions about gun control in a Nordic country where hunting is popular.
Police: Gunman kills 5 in Finland, then self