Macedonia's Zaev set to warm up ties with Greece, Kosovo
Macedonia's prime minister repeated his will to reach a solution with Greece following more than two decades of dispute over its name
Kosovo acquits a Turkish man detained on terror charges
A Kosovo court has acquitted a Turkish man of terror charges and has not agreed to extradite him to Turkey
Kosovo court acquits 9 accused of terror attack in Serbia
A Kosovo court has acquitted a group of nine Albanian men accused of a terror attack against a Serb border post years ago
UN urges Kosovo to stop citizens from joining terror groups
The United Nations calls on Kosovo to have a clear communication strategy to demotivate potential fighters joining Islamic terror groups in Syria and Iraq and offer more employment possibilities and education
Kosovo's president wants int'l missions to leave country
Kosovo's president has openly called for international missions to leave the country and complained that the international community is discriminating against Kosovo when it comes to war crimes investigation and the process to join the European Union
Kosovo reopens debate on stalled border deal with Montenegro
Kosovo's government has decided to reopen a parliamentary debate on a border demarcation deal with Montenegro
US soldier killed in Afghanistan helicopter crash identified
The Army warrant officer who died after a helicopter crashed in Afghanistan was a decorated veteran of numerous military tours who was born in Oklahoma and was currently living in Alaska, the Pentagon said in a statement.
Can politics and sports be separated?
ESPN's LZ Granderson and ABC News' Amna Nawaz break down the latest on President Trump's feud with the NFL over players kneeling during the national anthem to protest treatment of minorities.
US shoots down Syrian warplane
A U.S. Navy F/A-18 fighter jet shot down a Syrian SU-22 attack air craft in Ja'Din after it dropped bombs on U.S.-backed forces fighting ISIS.