Kosovo and Serbia have been told to put their differences aside so that both countries can resume membership talks with the EU.
As the investigation into alleged war crimes committed in Kosovo continues in The Hague, a guerilla fighter turned Prime Minister has resigned but refused to answer questions.
Ramush Haradinaj has resigned due to a new court summons and president Vucic has labelled it a 'political trick' intended to fuel ethnic tensions.
Kosovo's Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said on Friday he was resigning after being called to The Hague war crimes court linked to Kosovo's independence struggle.
Kosovo-Serbia dialogue has been stalled since Pristina imposed 100% tariffs on Belgrade after Serbia blocked its bid to join Interpol.
General Wes Clark talked to Euronews about NATO marking 20 years in Kosovo.
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It comes just a day after Serbia put its troops on high alert following the arrest of 19 people in an anti-crime operation in restive northern Kosovo, in an area primarily populated by ethnic Serbs.
Tensions rose between Serbia and Kosovo after Kosovo's police said they carried out an anti-smuggling operation in a majority Serb region.
Euronews looks back at one of Europe's most violent conflicts and the tense relations between two nations still at odds.
Serbia puts forces on alert after Kosovo police operation in Serb-populated north
Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo held their first talks in several months — part of a Western Balkan summit aimed at ending the deadlock in the region.
The 13th edition of Balkan Trafik has focused for the first time on the urban music of the region, bringing new voices on the stage of the European capital
Kosovo and Serbia will sit down at the negotiating table once again on Friday to try and find a solution to some of the major political problems blocking normalising relations.
Kosovo has brought back 110 citizens from Syria, including jihadists who fought in the civil war and 74 children.
"We will not allow these venues to be arenas of crime that claim people’s lives,” said the country's prime minister, Ramush Haradinaj.
Some fake accounts tied to Russia have been deleted for spreading content on Ukrainian politics ahead of the March 31st Presidential election.
The UN must urgently provide compensation for minorities placed in toxic Kosovo camps, says UN rights expert.
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Kosovo is expected to vote on Friday to form its own army.
Kosovo failed to secure two-thirds of votes needed to join Interpol’s at its general assembly in Dubai on Tuesday.
About 200 Kosovo war veterans blocked the road leading to the Serb-populated village of Banje on Sunday, during Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's second and final day in the country. Roads leading to the region were blocked by wooden logs, trucks and heavy machinery.
Talks of partitioning Kosovo from Serbia was called off today in Brussels, dashing hopes of a potential land swap that would resolve a decade-long stalemate between the two countries and risking full EU membership for both nations.
Presidents call off face-to-face meeting in Brussels aimed at resolving differences
The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo will meet today to discuss a historic land-swap proposal.