>Kosovo approves new army despite Serb opposition, NATO criticism
Kosovo is basically a huge NATO base. The only reason they complain is because such an army will eat up supplies faster, which the NATO has to provide through Albania. Assuming the Albanian govt is not led by imbeciles they will increase the toll on it.
>Theresa May comes up empty in Brussels, with no new Brexit concessions
As expected. She can not delay the inevitable but she will try.
>Iran says U.N.-led ceasefire in Yemen's Hodeidah is step toward peace: TV
It's the Houthis who are in defence here. It helps that their enemies also fight each other, like Saudi-Arabia and UAE does over ports. Of course they will welcome anything that gives them time to breathe.
>After 89 days, trade unions sell out historic strike in Costa Rica
Unions and parties at this point seem like a joke. Plant them at the helm of the workers movement, talk just to them then defuse the whole situation. It's so sad how many workers instantly see them as authorities and actually listen to them, when they say "we won, you can go home now"
>Round five: Yellow Vests prepare for massive ‘Macron resign’ protest on Saturday
>Budapest rocked by second night of protests over 'slave law'
I hope these spread all across Europe