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Dylann Roof, aged 21, who killed nine people at an African-American church at Charleston, South Carolina, expressed his belief in a manifesto. Accompanying his extreme beliefs are a series of photos that have surfaced showing the gunman burning the flag of the United States and visiting a former slave plantation.
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta has told the Pristina-based Klan Kosova television outlet that his country "could recognize Kosovo."
Ethnic Albanians in Serbia's southern province in early 2008 unilaterally declared independence, but Serbia rejected the proclamation as a violation of its territorial integrity and Constitution.
Although the campaign for the June 21st local elections in Albania has not officially started, the main parties have already announced their candidates for the race and they have been busy with campaign events.
However, these events are not being covered directly by the media. Instead, they are either taped by the local parties' PR offices or live TV feeds are offered to TV stations.
"Albania has a clear European perspective and we discussed today the way forward in this process," Mogherini said on Tuesday after a meeting in Brussels with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.
"I welcome Prime Minister Rama's firm commitment to the European path of Albania, including the necessary reform work," Mogherini added.
BELGRADE - Albania and Kosovo will unite, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama repeated in an interview for Television Sky News Arabia.
On Friday, Rama stated that he had already said unification is something Albania considers as inevitable and unquestionable, adding that he believes it will happen on the path toward Europe.
BRUSSELS - The European Parliament's (EP) Foreign Affairs Committee has described Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama's recent statement about unification of Kosovo and Albania as inappropriate, during a debate at the EP on the reports assessing the progress made by Bosnia-Herzegovina and Albania, Al Jazeera has published on its website.
BELGRADE - The Serbian Foreign Ministry has reacted to the statement by Albania's Prime Minister Edi rama about a potential unification of Albania and Kosovo by sending appropriate instructions to all of Serbia's missions to international organisations, embassies in EU countries, members of the UNSecurity Council and neighbouring states, the daily Danas from Belgrade has reported.
Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has gone on Twitter to declare that Serbia will never let Albania and Kosovo unify in one state.
His tweet on Tuesday came after Serbian media reports claimed that Edi Rama of Albania had said that if the EU failed to allow the two states to unite within a borderless Europe, they would unify in "the classical way".