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Voters Want Change in Kosovo's Landmark Election

Kosovo's ferociously contested elections on Sunday — the nation's first general elections since it declared independence from Serbia in 2008 — failed to produce...

A Court Upholds Kosovo Independence: Now What?

Horns honked, flags waved and toasts were raised in Pristina on Thursday at the news that Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia in 2008 was upheld by...

Kosovo Starts to Find Its Independent Identity

In the trendy bar he owns in Kosovo's capital of Pristina, Petrit Selimi wants the world to know that Kosovars are a far cry from the stereotype of a peasant...

Kosovo's Growing Pains

Like most Albanians who grew up in Kosovo in the early 1990s, Gezim Gjikolli stopped going to public school when Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic shut down the...

Spain's Withdrawal from Kosovo Angers Allies

For a moment there, it was all going so well. A mix of skillful politicking and outright begging had netted Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero a...

Kosovo's Curse

Serbs in the northern Kosovar town of Mitrovica are not sticklers for appearances. The stained cement facades are peeling away from drab 1960s-era high-rises...

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Photo Essays

American Atrocity: Remembering My Lai

Through the centuries, whether combatants have fought with spears, bows and arrows, muzzle-loading rifles, naval cannons, long-range bombers, nuclear weapons or...

Madeline's War

U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright helped push the U.S. into Kosovo as part of the assertive, moralistic new world role she's urging for America. Here's...

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