Kosovo Expects Victory in Interpol Membership Bid

As the general assembly of the international criminal police organization, Interpol, prepares to vote on Kosovo's membership in Dubai, politicians from both Kosovo and Serbia are hoping their conflicting plans will be confirmed.

Kosovo Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli jetted on Sunday to Dubai in a final push to convince member states to support Kosovo's bid.

Kosovo Journalist Threatened During Protest journalist Taulant Osmani was threatened with physical attack and was verbally abused at a protest against the relocation of a Yugoslav-era monument in Gjilan.

Osmani was covering the protest, following his earlier reporting on the tense debate between Gjilan's residents, governance, and civil society regarding the monument's relocation.

Albania, Kosovo Keep ISIS Suspects Behind Bars

The Court of Serious Crimes in Tirana on Monday decided to keep in jail four Albanians suspected of terrorism, who have refused to be represented by lawyers.

It came after Albanian police on Saturday announced the results of a regional anti-terrorist police operation conducted in Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia, and said investigations are still continuing.

Kosovo Fails to Integrate Serbian Civil Protection Members

It seemed so simple on paper. Under an EU-brokered agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, almost 500 former employees of the ethnic Serbian "Civil Protection Corps" were to be integrated into the relevant Kosovo state agencies.

Kosovo announced that the process of integration was complete on January 12.