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FMs split over EU West Balkan Strategy
The EU's foreign ministers are divided over the timetable for Brussels' plan to bring six West Balkan states into the Union.
EU aims to bring in Serbia, Montenegro by 2025
Serbia and Montenegro are likely to be the next countries to join the European Union, possibly by 2025. After years of stop-start progress, the EU is making a new push to bring in the Western Balkan nations.
EU's Mogherini booed by pro-Russian Serbian MPs
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has faced pro-Russian chants in the Serbian parliament.
EU's Mogherini tells Kosovo, Serbia to end blame game
The EU’s foreign policy chief has called on Kosovo and Serbia to do more to repair relations after weeks of risen tension between the two.
Serbia, Kosovo set for EU-backed talks
Senior officials from Serbia and Kosovo will hold talks in Brussels on Tuesday.
EU sanctions on Russia to be extended, visa-free travel closer for Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo
EU envoys have agreed a six-month rollover of the bloc’s economic sanctions on Russia. They were brought in last year over the Ukraine conflict –
Kosovo takes step towards joining European Union
Kosovo has signed a trade and investment pact with the EU, which is the first step on Pristina’s long road to possible full membership of the bloc
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Balkans tension: 20 years after Dayton accords ethnic divisions still run deep
Despite the 1995 Dayton Accords, which formally ended three-and-a-half years of war in the Balkans, tensions remain as the region again faces the
Kumanovo bloodshed: Balkans tension or internal political intrigue?
The spectre of inter-ethnic violence has been cast over the Balkans again following a recent clash between police and Albanian militants in the north
Fleeing Kosovo: over the border and back again
Planes carrying Kosovars, who had illegally migrated to Germany, have begun landing at Pristina airport. An estimated 50,000 to 100,000 people left
More fear than hope in north Kosovo?
By granting greater autonomy to Serbian municipalities in northern Kosovo, the EU-brokered accord between Belgrade and Pristina sets a precedent in
Support builds for Kosovo at London 2012
The European Parliament has just voted to ask the International Olympic Committee to allow Kosovan athletes to take part in the London Olympic Games
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Europe Weekly: Gas, Greece and a Kosovo compromise
In this week’s Europe Weekly we take a look at the EU’s new energy strategy, a customs deal in Kosovo and the eurozone debt crisis. We also chat to
Digging up the truth in Kosovo
The field of grief – that is what they call the biggest Albanian cemetery of civilian victims from the Kosovo war. But more than 10 years on, the