Exhumation efforts are ongoing in the country, such as at Tomasica mass grave, where 430 body remains were found since September.
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"What we need now is the full implementation of the Agreement on Normalization of Relations between Kosovo and Serbia," Jahjaga said.
9 former Bosnian Serb policemen were charged with committing war crimes against Muslim Bosniaks and Croations in 1992.
38 per cent for, 45 per cent against NATO integration, Center for Democracy and Human Rights reports.
Montenegrin PM Milo Djukanovic will pay a historic visit to Belgrade on Monday.
Four Turkish soldiers abducted by Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) were released early on Monday.
The capital city of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sarajevo, is said to be choking in smog.
The war crimes court said in a statement the request for detention was legally unfounded.
To date 4,000 complete bodies or skeletal remains have been found in mass graves discovered by Bosniak returnees after the war.
The Prime ministers of Kosovo and Serbia are meeting in Brussels on Thursday to negotiate future steps toward normalization of relations.
Experts claim corruption and bribery is becoming a way of life in the Balkans with no political will to change the status-quo.
Civil society associations in Serbia are collecting help for asylum seekers.
More than 100,000 persons in Kosovo suffer from different kinds of physical disabilities.
Citizens contributed implementation of agreement on normalizing relations between Kosovo and Serbia, says Kosovo PM.
A court in Belgrade sentences Ilija Jurisic, an ex-police officer from Tuzla, central Bosnia, to 12 years in prison for war crimes committed in 1992.
UN says it is now important to move forward with the dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade. Yet, the victory of a Serb hard-liner in the ethnically-split Northern Kosovo could be a setback.
The sudden influx of Arab migrants settling in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia has seen the growing supply and demand of Arab products and culture.
The second round of Kosovar local elections began on Sunday.
Special security measures were announced in Kosovo on the day of second round local elections.
Observers from EU member countries will monitor the second round of local elections in Kosovo.
According to the latest study, more than 60 percent of young people in Bosnia are looking for jobs.