Kosovo’s parliament failed to approve measures to set up a special court to try former fighters accused of war crimes.
The vote, which fell short by 5 votes, was backed by the United States and the European Union, who alleged that former ethnic Albanian fighters with the Kosovo Liberation Army were guilty of war crimes.
See more from Reuters here.
Earlier this month the former Prime Minister of Kosovo, Minister Ramush Haradinaj was detained in Slovenia, because of an investigation looking into alleged war crimes.
Also see our earlier posts:
Former Kosovan PM detained over war crimes allegations (18 Jun 2015)
UN envoy calls for Kosovo to set up war crimes court (28 May 2015)