The two countries open a new chapter in relations and will focus on economic and trade co-operation as well as support for Kosovo's EU integration.
Two decades after the regional conflicts, Croatia and Serbia are asking the Hague International Court of Justice to answer the question: Who is to blame for all the suffering and destruction?
Syria's chemical weapons have been a threat to both Syrians and to Turkey.
EULEX charged a group of 15 former senior Kosovo Liberation Army commanders with war crimes.
The authorities are showing results in fighting organised crime groups that smuggle Kosovo citizens abroad.
The BiH Constitutional Court released 10 men convicted of war crimes due to a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.
Officials said regional cadets and doctors training at Turkey's facilities will help military forces throughout the region.
Security experts said Macedonia will improve its military capabilities as well as contribute to the common European defence.
Civilian control of the military sector and participation in EU peacekeeping missions are the results of military reform in Serbia.
Some security experts lament what they call a lost opportunity for Albania to assist in an international effort.
Kosovo's highest Islamic institution issued a statement after the police confirmed it arrested six terror suspects, some whom have fought in Syria.
Students denounce violence but keep protesting in downtown Sofia, surrounded by about 10,000 riot police and gendarmerie with shields, helmets, batons, and armoured vehicles.
Kosovo police deployed specialised units to locate the supporters of arrested Islamic extremists following a terrorist threat.
A NATO missile defence system in Romania will protect "allies in Europe from ballistic missiles launched from the Middle East," officials and experts say.
Police said two of those arrested are suspects in a November 3rd attack in Pristina against two American citizens who are members of a Christian organisation.