Hours after Germany's Angela Merkel zings Serbia over ethnic Serb-led confrontations in northern Kosovo, Belgrade and Pristina agree to work together to patrol their common border.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says recent confrontations between NATO soldiers and Serbs on the border with Kosovo show that Serbia is not yet prepared to be a candidate for European Union membership.
A potentially profitable business delivering go-anywhere mini-churches in Serbia reportedly has the backing of Orthodox officials. But it doesn't please everybody.
The head of the United Nations mission in Kosovo has warned that tensions in the ethnic Serb-dominated northern part of the territory are so high now that serious violence could erupt at any time.
The last prime minister of the former Yugoslavia, Ante Markovic, has died at the age of 88.
Al-Jazeera, renowned for its in-depth investigations and rare insights into the Arab world, has set its sights on expansion, launching a new station in the Balkans and looking ahead to similar channels in Turkey and East Africa.
European Union President Herman Van Rompuy has said the bloc needed further assurances of Serbia's good faith in talks with Kosovo before allowing Belgrade to move closer to joining the EU.
NATO-led peacekeepers say 21 KFOR soldiers have suffered injuries in a clash with protesters in northern Kosovo.
The European Union says Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to accept each other's university diplomas and made progress on Kosovo's inclusion in regional forums.
Officials from Serbia and Kosovo have resumed talks in Brussels on improving their relations -- a key condition for Serbia's quest to join the European Union.
On November 11, Pan-Arabic television network Al-Jazeera is set to launch its Balkans network, which will broadcast in local languages.
Former Bosnian Serb military chief General Ratko Mladic says he is too ill to attend a war crimes court hearing at which he is scheduled to enter a plea to a fresh count of multiple killings.