Europe

Serbia and Kosovo presidents cancel EU-brokered talks

After separate meetings with both leaders, the EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says 'difficulties remain'.

Serbia and Kosovo presidents cancel EU-brokered talks

Europe

Kosovo-Serbia land swap may reignite tensions in Balkans

Serbia and Kosovo are considering a land swap deal, 20 years after a war between the two.

Opinion

Bosnia and Herzegovina is Andalusia in the making

The land swap between Kosovo and Serbia will inevitably lead to another disaster in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Emir Suljagic

by Emir Suljagic

Emir Suljagic

Serbia

Russia delivers fighter jets to Serbia

Moscow gave the secondhand aircraft to Serbia for free after they underwent extensive overhauls.

Russia delivers fighter jets to Serbia

Kosovo

Are ethnic borders being drawn for 'Greater Serbia'?

As US, EU policy shifts in region, a renewed push for Kosovo's partition and secession of Bosnia’s Serb entity follows.

Are ethnic borders being drawn for a 'Greater Serbia'?

Kosovo

'Don't confuse sports with politics,' Kosovo tells Bosnia

Kosovo accuses Bosnia of delaying visas for its basketball team, scheduled to compete in Euro championship in Sarajevo.

'Don't confuse sports with politics,' Kosovo tells Bosnia

Kosovo

Kosovo president rejects Serbia's partition proposal

Any division of Kosovo, which seceded from Serbia 10 years ago, would be 'unacceptable', President Hashim Thaci says.

Kosovo president rejects Serbian counterpart's partition proposal

Serbia

Serbia proposes territorial swap with Kosovo

Serbian president's proposals could see North Kosovo rejoin Serbia but many warn against such divisions.

Serbia proposes territorial swap with Kosovo

Roma

Serbian Roma family fights eviction battle at ECHR

Ljubisa Selimovic's fight against eviction order indicative of 'institutional discrimination' in Balkans, activist says.

Roma family takes eviction case to European Court of Human Rights

Reporter's Notebook

The village where Serbs and Albanians coexist in Kosovo

Barnaby Phillips returns to Kosovo 10 years after independence, to see what's changed in a village where ethnic Serbs and Albanians live side by side.

Return to Berkovo, the village where Serbs and Albanians coexist in Kosovo

Reporter's Notebook

Who killed Oliver Ivanovic?

Who killed Oliver Ivanovic, a prominent Kosovo Serb politician speaking up against organised crime and for reconciliation within Kosovo independence?

People & Power

Kosovo: Murder in Mitrovica

What does the killing of a Kosovo Serb politician reveal about the deep fault lines running through the Balkan state?

Opinion

Meet the EU's next member state: Montenegro

Montenegro is likely to join the EU soon but it will do so under the same political leader it's had since 1991.

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Europe

Serbian 'radical' Vojislav Seselj convicted of war crimes

UN court sentences Serbian Vojislav Seselj to 10 years in prison for persecution of Croatians during Balkans war.

Serbian 'radical' Vojislav Seselj convicted of war crimes

Serbia

Genocide denial prevails in dream for 'Greater Serbia'

International Criminal Court to decide on the appeal to overturn the 2016 acquittal of Serbian leader Vojislav Seselj.

Denial of genocide prevails in dream for 'Greater Serbia'