The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo are scheduled to meet with top EU officials on Thursday to try to normalise ties. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti are not expected to meet face-to-face - but the aim is to push forward with new proposals floated last weekend.
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As the sun rises over Kosovo’s Pristina, the call to Muslim morning prayer from tens of minarets echoes through the city, just as the last call sees patrons at the capital's first and only LGBT bar Bubble Pub wrap up an evening of socialising and partying.
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NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance will do whatever is necessary to preserve peace in the Western Balkans and even indicated that it might increase the alliance's deployment in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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The escalating violence between Israel and Hamas has pushed the war to the top of the agenda as NATO allies meet in Brussels. The ministers will also discuss support for Ukraine's defence against Russian aggression and NATO's missions and operations in Kosovo and Iraq.
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The European car industry wants the continent's policymakers to come up with a better industrial strategy as well as a reduction in the pace of new regulations over the next five years, according to the CEO of Renault.
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