The European Union mission in Kosovo says six suspected operatives of Serbia's Interior Ministry have been arrested in Kosovo, and five of them ordered held for 30 days.
European Union Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele says Serbia and Kosovo's ethnic Albanian leadership have reached a deal on border issues and Kosovo's participation in Balkan regional meetings.
Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle says Germany firmly supports Serbia's bid to join the European Union and would like to see it given candidate status at next week's EU summit.
Representatives of Serbia and Kosovo's ethnic Albanian leadership have resumed European Union-mediated talks in Brussels.
EU officials say a new round of talks in Brussels between Serbia and Kosovo is likely to be postponed to February 22 after Pristina representatives failed to show up on time.
Serbian and Kosovar negotiators will meet in Brussels on February 21 in the latest round of EU-sponsored talks aimed at normalizing ties between the two.
European Union-brokered talks between Serbia and Kosovo are set to resume, just days after this week's vote by Kosovo Serbs to reject the authority of the territory's ethnic Albanian leaders.
Serbs in northern Kosovo have voted in a second day of a referendum that is likely to overwhelmingly reject the authority of Kosovo's ethnic Albanian government.
Serbs in northern Kosovo have begun voting in a referendum asking whether or not they accept the authority of Kosovo's ethnic Albanian rulers.
A young girl has been pulled alive from a house hours after it was hit by an avalanche that killed at least seven people in southern Kosovo.
A court in Frankfurt has sentenced an ethnic Albanian from Kosovo to life in prison for killing two U.S. soldiers and wounding two others in a gun attack in March 2011.
he assistant secretary-general for UN peacekeeping operations, Edmond Mulet, has told the UN Security Council the resumption of dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo, after a three-month break, is helping ease tensions.