Teresa Boulevard, Prishtina. A stand-off between anti-government protesters and police forces in the center of Prishtina result in bricks, Molotov cocktails and tear gas canisters being thrown at the police.
Protesters fly the Albanian flag. Some members of Vetëvendosje see unification with Albania among their political objectives – Kosovo has 92 percent ethnic Albanian population.
Riot police charge anti-agreement protesters in Prishtina. Demonstrators threw Molotov cocktail moments later.
Anti-agreement protesters gathered in Gjilan to protest the government’s agreement with EU and Serbia.
A stand-off between anti-government protesters and police in Pristina.
Between 2,500 and 4,000 protesters gather in Gjilan, 50Km outside the capital. Ismajl Kurteshi, a Vetëvendosje MP, defied house arrest to make a public speech.
Anti-agreement protesters throw tear gas at riot police in Prishtina. According to party members and protesters, opposition demonstrators throw unexploded canisters fired by police in previous protests.
Peaceful protesters gather at demonstration organised by opposition parties in Gjilan, 50Km outside the capital.
Leaflets are handed out by opposition party members in a protest in Gjilan, calling for no-negotiations with EU – as it will create a new state in Kosovo governed by Belgade.
Damage to Kosovo Parliament done by masked protesters, who threw bottles of paint at the windows.
Vetëvendosje MP Visar Ymeri standing in front of damage inflicted by the police. 1000 officers surrounded the offices of Vetëvendosje, using Kosovo’s elite anti-terrorist unit to assault the building with combat weapons.
Kosovars use bricks, tear gas protesting EU agreement
The government’s Stability and Association Agreement with EU has met with widespread discontent in Kosovo.
Words by Jonathan Brown, Al Jazeera