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Kosovo police: No casualties in alleged conflicts on Serbian border
Kosovo police: No casualties in alleged conflicts on Serbian border

Kosovo broke away from Serbia in 1999 and declared its independence in 2008. It is recognized by more than 100 countries, but not Serbia.

Serbia denies reports of border conflicts between Serbian Army, Kosovar police
Serbia denies reports of border conflicts between Serbian Army, Kosovar police

'We appeal to all citizens and the media not to fall for fake news that tends to destabilize situation,' says Kosovo police statement.

Serbian president calls for dialogue to resolve issues peacefully with Kosovo
Serbian president calls for dialogue to resolve issues peacefully with Kosovo
Bulgaria set to hold snap elections in October
Bulgaria set to hold snap elections in October
Croatia bars Serbian president from entry
Croatia bars Serbian president from entry
Thousands protest in North Macedonia over EU membership compromise
Thousands protest in North Macedonia over EU membership compromise

Demonstrators demand no ultimatum for membership in bloc over country’s dispute with Bulgaria.

Srebrenica genocide 'one of biggest war crimes in Europe': Czech premier
Srebrenica genocide 'one of biggest war crimes in Europe': Czech premier

Europe is witnessing similar scenario of civilian killings in Ukraine war, says Petr Fiala.

27 years after Srebrenica genocide, father to be laid to rest with sons
27 years after Srebrenica genocide, father to be laid to rest with sons