7 min ago
'Ten important days until decision on start date'
The next ten days will be crucial for the decision on when to give Serbia the start date for the accession talks with the EU, according to Tanjug.
8 hrs ago
Kosovo, Serbia liaison officers hailed as step toward normalisation
By exchanging liaison officers, Kosovo and Serbia have taken a step toward normalising relations between their countries, experts and officials said.
8 hrs ago
The Kosovo case: Punishing friends, rewarding enemies
The monument is of the most perfect simplicity. A plain, upright marble slab. In Albanian, Serbian, Hebrew and English it records the site as the ground where the last synagogue in Pristina stood.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Vueiae meets with NATO official
Aleksandar Vueiae has informed a NATO official "about the previously defined stances on the need for KFOR's further engagement in Kosovo and Metohija."
Former Kosovo deputy PM cleared of corruption
A former deputy prime minister of Kosovo was acquitted of corruption on Tuesday, in a blow to EU prosecutors who had charged him as part of a drive to root out graft in the young Balkan country.
Greek President slams Skopje intransigence on name dispute
Greek President Karolos Papoulias on Tuesday urged the government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to drop its intransigence over an ongoing name dispute with Greece that has blocked the Balkan state's European Union and NATO ambitions.
Belgrade and Pristina continue talks in Brussels
Belgrade and Pristina have continue a key phase in their dialogue in Brussels on Monday, with ministers discussing electric energy and telecommunications.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Concern over rights of Kosovo Serbs
Tomislav Nikoliae expressed concern over the rights of the Serb community in Kosovo in a meeting with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay.
Voice of America
Bidding for EU Talks, Serbia Swaps Envoys with Kosovo
Dubbed liaison officers, the officials will help with the implementation of a landmark accord brokered by the EU to improve ties between the two countries, five years after Kosovo declared independence from Serbia with the backing of the West.
The American Spectator
The Biggest Fool of All
Despite his evident reluctance to take America into the Syrian civil war, President Barack Obama appears to be traveling down that road step-by-step.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
International Support Key for Serbia-Kosovo Relations
Strong support from the international community is needed to ensure 'positive momentum' is sustained between Serbia and Kosovo, a United Nations envoy told the Security Council today.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Kosovo: Imam Urges Men to Abandon Pre-Maritial 'Whores'
Even the so-called Islamic feminists who oppose such devout adherence to the sharia make ..... a weak case.
Minority communities in Montenegro, Kosovo build bridges
Minorities in Kosovo and Montenegro are gaining better recognition, but there is space for improvement, according to some observers.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Vueiae expects green light, exact date on June 28
Aleksandar Vueiae has said that he believes Serbia will on June 28 get "not only a green light, but also a starting date for the EU membership talks."
International support key for positive relations between Serbia and Kosovo a " UN envoy
"While the international community has regularly committed a strong level of political engagement and resources to promote progress, this is perhaps still more crucial during the coming period for all international presences in Kosovo," said Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the UN Assistance Mission in Kosovo , Farid ... (more)
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Basescu: We want Ukraine and R. Moldova to sign association agreements with the EU in November
Before departing for the Summit of the heads of state in Central Europe, in Bratislava, President Basescu also said Romania would not accept anything more than the participation of Kosovo without state symbols in meetings.
Imam's comments on women spark criticism
Female politicians in Kosovo have joined their voices against Imam Irfan Salihu after his recent comments about women's immorality.
The Des Moines Register
Iowa Guard's time in Kosovo opens way for sister-states deal
Standing on a manicured lawn in oppressive heat not unlike their home climate, a group of young military officers from Kosovo analyzed a high-risk traffic stop they had just seen their American counterparts act out on a road inside Camp Dodge.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
PM discusses combating violence with FIFA chief
Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Daeiae met with President of the World Football Association Joseph Blatter in Belgrade on Wednesday.
Citizens speak out against religious extremism
Citizens in Turkey, Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina are concerned about religious extremist groups operating in their countries and oppose such groups' tactics, a recently released Pew Forum report found.