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
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
6 people were also arrested
A former president and later also prime minister of the self-proclaimed Bosnian Croat state of Herceg-Bosna, Jadranko Prlic has been on trial before the Hague-based ICTY since 2006.
Bulgaria is home to a 700,000-strong ethnic Turkish minority, a legacy of the Ottoman empire.
The World Bank said it has approved a loan of $100mn (94 million euro) aimed at strengthening the resilience of the banking sector and the regulation and supervision of non-bank financial institutions in Albania.
Parliamentary session about the progress report for Macedonia due to be held this week was postponed as deputies decided it was not the right time due to the ongoing political crisis in the country.
Kosovo wants to suspend dialogue with Serbia until Ramush Haradinaj is released
International Court of Justice in The Hague rejects Bosnia's appeal to review 2007 genocide case that cleared Serbia
Kosovo has marked the rememberance of the death of the founder of the Kosovo Liberation Army, who was killed during the Prekaz masscare by Serbian forces on March 7 1998
We do not need EU', 'Serbia does not trust Brussels', nationalists say
Vucic, who heads the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and became premier in 2014, is the frontrunner in opinion polls to succeed fellow SNS member Tomislav Nikolic, who has served as president of the Balkan nation since 2012.
Serbia's national broadcaster RTS reported an injured toll of at least 20.
Bangladesh becomes 114th nation to recognize sovereignty of former Serbian province
Movement for Rights and Freedoms' decision to select Attack party candidates criticized
The scheme has proven so successful that Bulgarian gangs are now also targeting neighbouring Greece, where people have been stashing even bigger sums in their homes following the financial crisis.
After the DUI's decision, the SDSM said its top body unanimously confirmed Zaev as candidate for forming a new government.