Kosovo will formally request the extradition from Serbia of all individuals involved in the planning and execution of the recent "terrorist incident".
Many questions about the violent clashes in north Kosovo on September 24 — including whether there was foreign involvement — remain unanswered.
European Commission spokesman says member states may decide to impose measures against Serbia if Belgrade does not do enough to de-escalate crisis in northern Kosovo.
Serb List deputy leader Milan Radoicic said he acted alone without informing Belgrade.
Nato said it is bolstering its KFOR forces in Kosovo after clashes between security forces and an armed Serb group in northern Kosovo.
To enable enlargement of the bloc from the current 27 members, changes to decision-making processes, agricultural policies and regional aid budgets are being considered.
High gas prices, China slowdown and shifts in industrial production contribute to slower growth in Central Europe.
Vucic asks for Nato-led KFOR to step in after deadly clashes between a group of Serbs and Kosovan police in Banjska, northern Kosovo.
Serbian President Vucic met Russian ambassador after Kosovan officials accused Belgrade of backing armed gang that shot police officer dead.
Attackers forced their way inside Banjska monastery that is now surrounded by police.
Kosovan authorities labelled the shootings in Leposavic municipality as terrorist attack.
Foreign policy chief Josep Borrell says EU would consider measures against both sides if they fail to make progress on normalising relations.
'Punitive measures' introduced by the EU and US over Kosovo's failure to de-escalate tensions in the north have caused growth to slow.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell blamed the failure on Kosovo’s rejection of a compromise proposal.
Ursula von der Leyen says “history is calling” to expand the EU, but reforms are needed.
Leaders of Slovenia, Croatia and the six Western Balkans countries will commit to reforms to improve the prospects for the Western Balkan states to join the EU by 2030.
1% decrease accumulated in February to May has now been reversed after increases in July and August.
When European Council President Charles Michel said the EU and aspiring members should prepare for enlargement by 2030, the response from the Western Balkans was underwhelming.
Charles Michel says a clear goal must be set to enlarge the EU by the end of this decade.
Presidents affirm support for each other’s territorial integrity at informal Balkan summit despite Aleksandar Vucic’s refusal to sever ties with Russia.