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European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade on Thursday. Photograph: Koca Sulejmanovic/EPA

Political tension in Kosovo has eased after Serbs scrapped plans to seek more autonomy in defiance of the government, as EU foreign policy chief Fede(...)

EU high commissioner for foreign affairs Federica Mogherini: “The western Balkans countries are European, and will be part of the European Union.” Photograph: Virginia Mayo/AP

Turkish accession to the EU should remain on hold because of concerns about human rights abuses, the European Commission has recommended. “Turkey con(...)

Peace process: President Bill Clinton in Belfast in 1998, flanked by First Minister David Trimble, of the UUP, Prime Minister Tony Blair, and Deputy First Minister Seamus Mallon, of the SDLP. Photograph: Doug Mills/AP

Among its other provisions, the Belfast Agreement, which was signed 20 years ago this week, allows the people of Northern Ireland to identify “as Iris(...)

Born to Albanian parents in Kosovo, Lipa moved to London when she was 15 to finish her studies and to pursue a singing career.

The pop chart is a very cool place right now, filled with very cool pop stars that carry themselves in a way that no one else can and leading that cha(...)

 Kosovo’s prime minister Ramush Haradinaj:  claims to have known nothing  about a police operation in which six men were seized and flown back to Turkey. Photograph: Hazir reka

Kosovo’s prime minister, Ramush Haradinaj, has sacked his interior minister and intelligence chief after police arrested and deported six Turks to the(...)

Kosovo police officers escort senior Serbian official Marko Djuric (centre) near the police station in Pristina. Photograph:  AFP

Kosovo’s government has warned its Serb minority not to launch a unilateral bid for more autonomy, as western powers and Moscow waded into a dispute o(...)

Serbia’s chief negotiator in EU-brokered talks on Kosovo, Marko Djuric, is frogmarched down a street in Pristina by Kosovan police officers on Monday. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Ethnic Serbs in Kosovo have built roadblocks and their politicians have left the country’s coalition government in protest at the expulsion of a senio(...)

Vladimir Putin: The system of “managed democracy” that Putin instituted to perpetuate his rule requires the formal rituals of democracy

Few things are certain in politics, but the election of Vladimir Putin for a fourth term as president of Russia is a fairly safe bet. Sunday’s electio(...)

Clocks connected to national grids will try  to catch up six minutes with their faster clockwork or radio-signal-based counterparts

Clocks in 25 countries, from Poland to Portugal and Denmark to Turkey, will for the next few weeks be running fast. Or at least slightly so – and only(...)

 Serbia and Kosovo have been urged to resolve a dispute over their power grid that has  caused some digital clocks in Europe to lose time.  File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

European power grid lobby Entso-e has urged Serbia and Kosovo to resolve a dispute over their power grid that has affected the broader European networ(...)

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