TIRANA, Albania — The European Union’s foreign policy chief says the bloc is sending a 61-member team of observers to Kosovo’s Oct. 6 early general election to show that Pristina “remains a political Policy
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary's prime minister said Friday that Western countries in the European Union are suffering from "enlargement fatigue" and using newer members as a scapegoat for their problems.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - One of Bosnia’s two regional governments on Thursday designated the Una river a nature park, seeking to head off plans being considered by Croatia to build a landfill site for radioactive
Gareth Southgate has admitted he fears the worst when it comes to England’s next two qualifying matches and the potential for disorder involving the team’s supporters in the Czech Republic as well as risk
Czech President Milos Zeman has caused outrage after saying he wants to revoke his country's recognition of Kosovo as an independent state. The 74-year-old, who is known for his inflammatory remarks, the
Five key England issues after Euro 2020 qualifiers: Defensive fallibility, striker depth and Southgate's tactical acumen
There was plenty to celebrate in England’s latest Euro 2020 qualifying victories against Bulgaria and Kosovo in which Gareth Southgate’s team added another nine goals to their Group A tally. But, despite
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Czech President Milos Zeman proposed on Wednesday that his country revoke its recognition of Serbia's former province Kosovo as an independent nation — an idea dismissed by the