Republika Srpska's Milorad Dodik describes sanctions as 'personal revenge' by outgoing Obama administration figures
“Kosovo is a sovereign, independent country and we respect the right of Kosovo to manage who and what crosses its borders”, the online declaration says.
The move was lambasted as a "deliberate provocation" by Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci, who suggested it was part of a plan to annex the Serb-populated north of his country.
With temperatures set to fall below freezing and snow on the way, some migrants who have fallen through the safety net are surviving on a single meal a day.
Traffic chaos has caused people in Bulgaria to force a train to stop in order for an earlier train to leave first
Kosovo's government called the move "a first step" and hoped that Haradinaj would "soon benefit from full and total freedom to return to Kosovo".
As an ex-Soviet ally reliant on Russian energy, the EU's poorest member state is walking a tightrope between Brussels and Moscow, which seeks to expand its influence in former communist nations.
Last real snow fall in Tirana was in 11 January 1985. After 32 years, today, 11 January 2017 falls back to Tirana.
A Belgrade-based human rights group immediately slammed a meeting between the Serbian president and Momcilo Krajisnik, a key ally of Radovan Karadzic
'We will never give up on Republika Srpska,' Bosnian entity's leader tells rally
Belgrade accuses Haradinaj of war crimes against civilians in the late 1990s, when he led ethnic Albanian insurgents fighting Serbian forces for Kosovo's independence.
Sports Minister says Antalya offering services that can be "model" for all sports world
Croatia, which has been a NATO member since 2009, had ordered the overhaul of seven MiGs and purchased five more.
The eight Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) soldiers were detained in the Sarajevo suburb of Dobrinja in April 1992 after their vehicle broke down, a prosecutor's office statement said.
Kosovo will now make headway through sport on the international stage
A group of Serbians was arrested on the eve of Montenegro's October 16 polling day and accused of plotting to seize parliament.
Some 1,000 people from the Middle East, Asia and Africa "were expelled in November alone along the Balkans route... more than before", the UNHCR spokeswoman in Serbia, Mirjana Milenkovska said.
The construction of this mosque will put an end to the lack of a religious facility for the biggest religious community in Albania, the Muslim community, which makes up for 70% of the population.
Drawing on a tragic history of war and conflict, a Sarajevo training center sends mine-hunting dogs to global trouble spots
Thousands of people have gathered in Bosnia to condemn the brutality and the genocide taking place in Aleppo
A demonstration in the Bosnian capital will bring civil society activists and ordinary Sarajevans together in solidarity with Syrians in eastern Alepp