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Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo have agreed on a harmonized plan to implement the recent Brussels-led agreement, the EU foreign policy chief announced.
Yugoslav Army general Dragoljub Ojdanic confessed that he committed war crimes against Kosovo Albanians in the late 1990s and withdrew his appeal against his Hague conviction.
Demonstrators staged a mass rally in Pristina after Belgrade took down a memorial to ethnic Albanian guerrillas in the south Serbian town of Presevo.
Kosovo's plan to set up a fund for the Serb-run north financed out of customs duties collected on the border has run into strong opposition from Serbia.
Pristina said it would repair more than 60 Serbian memorials vandalised in apparent retaliation for Belgrade’s removal of an Albanian monument.
Lulzim Peci may be the first Kosovo diplomat to represent the country in Serbia, although the nature of his appointment is likely to be interpreted differently by the Serbian government.
Belgrade's ally Moscow said the EU had failed to push forward its investigation into alleged organ trafficking by Kosovo fighters during the late 1990s conflict.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution calling on Kosovo to fight corruption, push through judicial reforms and address war crimes issues.
Atifete Jahjaga and Tomislav Nikolic are likely to meet in February or March, the office of the Kosovo President has confirmed.
Police stepped up security near Serbian monuments and graves after several attacks amid heightened tensions over Belgrade's removal of an Albanian memorial.
Kosovo authorities have slated Serbia's removal of a monument erected to ethnic Albanian fighters in southern Serbia, calling it an act of hatred.
Officers are investigating mystery late-night attacks that burned three cars belonging to state institutions in Pristina.
In the fourth round of the EU-mediated dialogue, Serbia's prime minister and his Kosovo counterpart agreed on customs duties and VAT for Serb-run north Kosovo.
Former Kosovo Liberation Army members have expressed concerns about a government programme to officially verify how many fought in the 1990s conflict.
Tomslav Nikolic says Serbia has no intention of allowing Kosovo to obtain a seat at the United Nations.
Belgrade warned it could deploy police to help remove the memorial to ethnic Albanian fighters in south Serbia but local authorities vowed to legally resist.
Pristina started a free hives programme to encourage beekeeping. But without training, some beginners ended up feeling stung.
Powerful businessman who made a fortune in sugar is among pre-qualified bidders for Kosovo’s ambitious planned ski resort.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.