Demonstrators storm parliament after ethnic Albanian is elected speaker
Parliamentary elections are due on June 18, but the opposition has already threatened to boycott them.
Victims' groups call on Bosniak, Croatian representatives to have Visegrad cross removed
Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic, both from the Democratic Front, were charged along with two Russians, nine Serbian citizens and one other Montenegrin, the court in Podgorica announced.
The Balkan conflicts of the 1990s claimed 130,000 lives, 100,000 of them in Bosnia.
Under Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin has long seen the Balkans as within its "sphere of influence".
Trump's approval comes on the eve of his meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House.
Pro-EU candidate Sasa Jankovic, who garnered 16 percent in the April 2 polls compared to 55 percent for Vucic, called for a partial recount of ballots.
"Vucic thief, you stole the elections!" a crowd of several thousand in Belgrade chanted, marching through the centre of the capital.
Macedonia has been mired in deep political upheaval for the past two years sparked by a wiretapping scandal.
According to the IPSOS research institute Vucic won about 55 percent of the vote, above the 50 percent threshold required to win in the first round.
Nearly seven million voters will elect new president from among a total of 11 candidates
Bosnian court sentences Ostoja Stanisic over 1995 genocide after 4-year trial; acquits assistant
Polls suggest current Premier Aleksandar Vucic could win first-round vote, leading to change in post's symbolic nature
FETO fugitives are fleeing Turkey in wake of defeated coup and seeking shelter abroad, said Faruk Celik in Tirana
Several senators have framed Montenegro's accession as nothing less than a test of resolve against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
State minister Rasim Demiri believes Turkey will provide support for creation of national army
Around 250,000 fewer Turkish-origin Bulgarian citizens were able to vote because of obstacles, says head of Balkan society
Bulgaria, where the average monthly salary is just 500 euros ($540) and corruption is rife even after 10 years in the EU, has now seen three elections in four years.
Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, has delivered a blunt warning to Donald Trump against encouraging countries to copy Brexit, saying that stirring up a second Brexit could trigger war in the western Balkans.
Turkey-based Bal-Goc throws its weight behind DOST party which campaigns for ethnic Turks in Bulgaria