It has been awhile since I posted anything regarding Kosovo. My family and I moved back to the US in 2013 but I've never stopped watching the news and have kept in contact with my extended family in Kosovo. The old adage about "the more things change, the more they stay the same" is so true when applied to Kosovo. Like the continued allegations of corruption of the EULEX mission or anti-government protests over corruption.
But there was one piece of news caught my eye today and I couldn't help but dust off this blog to share. Early this morning, people wearing KLA uniforms took a police station in Macedonia and held the police officers hostage for a few hours. The men reportedly called for unification of an Albanian state before releasing the hostages. Kosovo police say there is no evidence of illegal border crossings and government opposition in Macedonia has accused the government of fabricating the story to take attention away from growing criticism of illegal wiretapping and corruption.