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Western Balkan countries can expect little more than the usual bland jargon at upcoming summit in Bulgaria.
The move could bring locals one step closer to visa-free traveling within the Schengen zone.
U.S. support of coal in Kosovo contradicts future health and prosperity.
Serbia reacts angrily after Edi Rama speaks of one day uniting his country and Kosovo under a single president.
On 17 February, the youngest state born from the dissolution of Yugoslavia marked 10 years of independence.
Kosovans are hoping to travel visa-free in the EU once lawmakers ratify controversial agreement.
Government says that after years of promising to shutter a filthy power plant, real action is on the horizon.
The Catalonian crisis has hardened Madrid’s resistance to recognition of the former Serbian province.
Oliver Ivanovic was gunned down in broad daylight on the same day talks between Kosovo and Serbia were scheduled to begin.