The wife of the adviser of the former president of Kosovo is killed
The 'apostolic aberration' of Bishop Dodaj shortly after the Church's anti-communist Resolution. A postcard on November 29, sign of carelessness or surrender to governmental power?
Fire at the old people's home in Fier
The young man punches a 63-year-old man, then fights with the police
The head of the Special Court is expected with protests in Pristina
Allegation of bribery, US senator temporarily resigns from office
Veteran US Senator Robert Menendez has temporarily stepped down as head of the powerful House Foreign Relations Committee as he battles bribery allegations.
Justice Department prosecutors allege that Menendez and his wife accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for helping the Egyptian government.
The senator has refused the calls of his democratic colleagues to resign from his post.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Friday that Menendez had decided to step down as chairman of the influential committee "until the matter is resolved."