The Serious Crimes Prosecutor has asked Albania's parliament to lift MP and former minister Saimir Tahiri's immunity, so that he can be arrested in relation to drugs smuggling charges.
The Social Democrats saw a firm display of support from Macedonia’s electorate on Sunday.
Emine Erdogan attends opening ceremony along with Serbian president's wife
After 21 hours of debate and discussion, the Parliament voted with 78 votes in favor the new cabinet government led by Edi Rama, together with his governing program for the next four years.
Kosovo's Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj said that his government would take a look at the controversial border agreement with Montenegro.
Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia can reach €2B in trade annually, says Aleksandar Vucic
Special prosecutor to present evidence of alleged Russian involvement in attempt to overthrow Montenegrin government
The Parliament of Kosovo gathered today in an effort to conclude the session started in August 3rd, for constituting the government, which has been interrupted several times.
Macedonia's foreign ministry said it was informed by the embassy late Sunday that employees were being called back to Belgrade for consultations.
The former Prime Minister of Kosovo, Bajram Rexhepi, died at 63 in Turkey, where he was being treated in a hospital after a cerebral hemorrhage that put him into coma.
A coalition led by President Hashim Thaci's PDK party -- itself in power since 2007 -- topped early parliamentary polls held on June 11, but the alliance did not win the absolute majority needed to govern alone.
Melika Salihbeg Bosnawi, an important poet and intellectual of Bosnia and Herzegovina, died at the age of 72
Migrant crisis, terrorist threats are Turkey's, Serbia's 'security challenge', says President Aleksandar Vucic
US vice president uses Montenegro speech to claim NATO's door remains open to those countries that 'share our values'
The landlocked Balkan nation has attempted to join the EU since 2005 but its lingering dispute with Greece -- whose northern province bears the same name as the former Yugoslav republic -- has torpedoed Skopje's efforts.
Florent Osmani left the team due to religious reasons.
Nationwide police operation busts suspected gun dealers, recovers illegal firearms, ammunition, explosives
The 14 suspects, who risk lengthy jail terms, include pro-Russian opposition leaders Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic as well as two Russian nationals who will be tried in absentia.
The 14 suspects, who risk lengthy jail terms, include Democratic Front leaders Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic as well as two Russian nationals who will be tried in absentia.
After years of delay, the assembly of the capital of Kosovo looks set to give the go-ahead to the construction of a new 'Central Mosque' - despite the objections of civil society groups.
High-level meeting sees EU welcome Skopje's commitment to 'address outstanding reform issues'