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PRISTINA Kosovo authorities are investigating the arrest and extradition of six Turkish citizens, which activists said represented a violation of human rights, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said on Saturday.
PRISTINA Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj dismissed the country's interior minister and the secret service chief on Friday because he was not told six Turkish nationals would be deported to Turkey.
ISTANBUL/PRISTINA Six Turkish nationals arrested in Kosovo over links to schools financed by the Fethullah Gulen movement that Ankara blames for a failed 2016 coup have been extradited to Turkey, Turkish state-run news agency Anadolu said on Thursday.
PRISTINA/BELGRADE The party representing Kosovo's Serb minority withdrew from the government coalition on Tuesday in protest at what it called "attacks on the people and representatives of Serbia" by the authorities in the ethnic Albanian majority country.
PRISTINA/BELGRADE Kosovo police fired tear gas on Monday to scatter hundreds of nationalist Serb protesters outside a round-table meeting on improving relations between Belgrade and Pristina, and briefly detained a hardline Serbian government official.
PRISTINA Kosovo's parliament ratified a 2015 border agreement with Montenegro on Wednesday after a stormy session, fulfilling a key condition for the country to gain visa-free travel to the European Union.
PRISTINA/SARAJEVO Kosovo has found a short-term fix for a gap in Europe's power grid which has slowed electric timers across much of the continent, but officials warned on Tuesday the problem may re-emerge unless a network row with Serbia is resolved for good.
PRISTINA/SARAJEVO, March 13 Kosovo has found a short-term fix for a gap in Europe's power grid which has slowed electric timers across much of the continent, but officials warned on Tuesday the problem may re-emerge unless a network row with Serbia is resolved for good.
SARAJEVO, March 7 European power grid lobby ENTSO-E urged Serbia and Kosovo to urgently resolve a dispute over their power grid, which has affected the broader European network, causing some digital clocks on the continent to lose time.
PRISTINA Kosovo and Montenegro announced on Friday they had reached a deal on a 2015 border agreement between the two countries, a step towards Kosovo gaining visa-free travel to the European Union.
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