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  1. Serbia and Kosovo Could Clash amid Increasing Tensions

    The National Interest via Yahoo News3 days ago

    The Ivanovic assassination highlights the recent progression of tensions between Serbia and Kosovo. On Thursday, Reuters reported that the Serbian military launched an assault on insurgent ...

  2. Kosovo, Serbian business ties withstand political dispute

    Associated Press via Yahoo News20 hours ago

    Despite simmering diplomatic tensions between Serbia and Kosovo, business ties seem to be growing, with companies from both sides flocking to a regional trade fair to strike deals. In ...

  3. Kosovo's president has called on the European Union to offer clearer prospects and treat it equally on its path to membership in the bloc. Thaci urged Brussels to lift the visa regime ...

  4. A former Labour minister who approved bombing over Kosovo has suggested air strikes on Syria are legal. It comes as Theresa May faces questions from MPs later, as opposition parties claim ...

  5. Banco FINCA Ecuador joins FINCA subsidiaries in Georgia, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Nicaragua and Pakistan in receiving Smart Certification for its ongoing commitment to client protection. The ...

  6. Warnock was worried about Gunnarsson's fitness before Iceland's qualifiers with Turkey and Kosovo.

  7. Last month, Kosovo authorities arrested six Turkish nationals linked to schools financed by Gulen's movement and extradited them to Turkey, prompting Kosovo's prime minister to ...

  8. Mattis said that he has seen refugees from all over the world, including in Kosovo and Africa, he has never seen “refugees as traumatized as coming out of Syria. It’s got to end and our ...

  9. Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has warned Iceland not to "gamble" on the fitness of captain Aron Gunnarsson. "We want a written agreement if they play him when they see the scans it has to be their responsibility to pay his wages," said Warnock.

  10. Syria: could a new foreign military intervention be illegal?

    The Conversation via Yahoo News6 days ago

    Just days after an alleged chemical attack killed and injured scores of civilians in Douma, Syria, the US, UK and France agreed in principle that international action is needed to hold the perpetrators ...

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