Together with a new report from the International Crisis Group, the accusation suggests Belgrade is actively undermining Kosovo's independence.
Readers write about Tibet's independence protests.
The clash between UN peacekeepers and Serb protesters at a Mitrovica courthouse could bolster hard-liners in Belgrade ahead of May elections.
The investment push, fueled by a new sovereign wealth fund and eager Russian businessmen, has raised concerns of Moscow meddling abroad.
Prime Minister Kostunica dissolved the coalition government Saturday after a bitter standoff between hard-line radicals and pro-European forces.
A Christian Science perspective on daily life.
After running the tiny state for eight years, UN workers here are awaiting orders from headquarters.