Viral video shows small group of people disrespecting the Turkish flag, who stomp on it and set it ablaze
Turkish representations in Netherlands, Serbia, Guinea, Afghanistan, Kosovo and Bosnia hold events
Turks in countries -- including Belgium, Germany, UK, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Pakistan -- celebrate election results
Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover on Sunday, June 17, 2018
The White House's peace plan is said to be days away. Meanwhile, Israel is getting a US nod as it carries on seizing Palestinian land
Edi Rama praises Turkish president over his foreign policy efforts
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency to restore Pristina Carshia, Gazi Mehmet Pasha's Mosque
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The EU's rule of law mission (EULEX) that will cease its judicial operations on June 14 was set up in December 2008, 10 months after Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia.
One of the most popular travel guides, Lonely Planet, has included Albania and Kosovo on its list of the ten best holiday destinations in Europe for 2018.
I think Europe’s reactions to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are too harsh, says Bakir Izetbegovic
European Union is and will remain 'most reliable partner' of entire Western Balkans: European Council President Tusk
Summit aims to confirm clear European perspective for Western Balkans, without false expectations , says announcement
Serbia, which hopes to join the EU in 2025 at the same time as Montenegro, staunchly refuses to recognise Kosovo's 2008 declaration of independence and still considers the country as its southern province.
Germany will host highest number of polling stations
Bekir Bozdag meets Turkish Cypriot counterpart, foreign ministers of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kosovo, Somalia
Almost 8,000 Turkish expatriates in Balkans to vote for country’s June 24 early presidential, parliamentary elections
Why de-radicalization programs need to target Christian extremist groups too