Kosovo PM Haradinaj tells Assembly that the 6 Turkish citizens were deported to Turkey yesterday midday.

Map. History of Balkans conflict

19 August 2018
4 month ago
Reports that EU Mission in Kosovo - @EULEXKosovo conducted a search operation tonight at the Pristina Airport, but no signs of the arrested Turkish citizens.
4 month ago
Issues remain in Macedonia name dispute, talks to continue: U.N. envoy
Croatia's foreign ministry says Russia has "withdrawn approval" for one Croatian diplomat in retaliatory action over the nerve agent attack in Salisbury
A protest against the ongoing violence targeting migrants and others in Athens, Greece.4 month ago
A protest against the ongoing violence targeting migrants and others in Athens, Greece.
The conclusion after the heads of state lunch: Arrest and deportation of 6 Turkish citizens was a big mistake. It will never happen again4 month ago
The conclusion after the heads of state lunch: Arrest and deportation of 6 Turkish citizens was a big mistake. It will never happen again
4 month ago
Russia will assist the Serbian partners in upholding their legitimate rights and interests in relation to Kosovo - the Russian Foreign Ministry
4 month ago
Russia and Serbia consider the attack on Serbs in Kosovo a provocation by the Pristina authorities - the Russian Foreign Ministry
4 month ago
Kosovo Government might be on the brink as heads of the ruling coalition together with the President gather for a (tense) lunch out of the capital city.
Security Alert from U. S. Embassy Podgorica Montenegro noting an explosion in the underground parking of Rimski Trg.
Bulgaria says will not expel Russian diplomats over spy poisoning
4 month ago
Kosovo PM sacks security chief, interior minister over Turkish arrests
4 month ago
Kosovo PM Haradinaj tells Assembly that the 6 Turkish citizens were deported to Turkey yesterday midday.
Kosovo Foreign Ministry says they were not aware of the arrests. "This should have never happened in any circumstance. We are against it and feel for their families', Minister Pacolli said. Turkey
Slovenia Recalls Ambassador to Russia for Consultations
4 month ago
Tass: Serbian parliament undergoes evacuation because of unknown person threat to blow himself up with grenade
4 month ago
A man is threatening to blow himself up with a hand grenade in front of the parliament building in Belgrade. Police at the scene, trying to talk him out of it, Tanjug reports.
4 month ago
Kosovo arrests six Turks over links to Gulen schools: police
4 month ago
Kosovo under Turkish gov't pressure detains 5 Turkish educators over alleged links to Gülen movement
Croatia to buy F-16 fighter jets from Israel
4 month ago
Owner of Greek club @PAOK_FC, Ivan Savvidis, has been banned for three years for carrying a gun onto the pitch during a game against AEK Athens. PAOK have also been fined and docked three points in the Greek Superleague. SSN
Romania National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control: Unit 2 of Cernavoda NPP was stopped in accordance with technical prescriptions and there was no incident to endanger the safety of personnel, population and the environment
4 month ago
Serbian president Vucic phoned with Putin (and Lukashenko..?) about recent events in Kosovo, the conversation was "long and rich in content" and he feels the "highest degree of support" from Russia.
FM Erjavec says Slovenia unlikely to take action against Russia as circumstances of Salisbury attack "unclear"
4 month ago
Malta withdraws ambassador from Russia for consultations
Montenegro to Expel Russian Diplomat Over UK Nerve Gas Attack
Moldova President @dodon_igor throws a hissy fit, condemns his own Foreign Minister @Tudor_Moldova for expelling 3 Russia diplomats, calls it an "anti-Russian provocation" stressing his country has NO obligations to Britain to follow suit "out of solidarity"
Moldova's foreign ministry says three Russian diplomats are to be expelled from the country in solidarity with the UK over the nerve agent attack
4 month ago
Eurozone to make €5.7-bln payout to Greece
Bulgaria recalls ambassador to Russia for consultations
Leaders pose for a photo at the Turkey-EU Summit in Varna, Bulgaria.  L to R: Turkey's President Erdogan, Bulgarian PM Borissov, EU President Donald Tusk, European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker. (Bulgarian Gov't Press Office/AFP)4 month ago
Leaders pose for a photo at the Turkey-EU Summit in Varna, Bulgaria. L to R: Turkey's President Erdogan, Bulgarian PM Borissov, EU President Donald Tusk, European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker. (Bulgarian Gov't Press Office/AFP)
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