Demonstrators in Albania rally behind Turkey's government in protest of coup attempt
Serbia will take take all measures to stop illegal border crossing, says Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic
With the lock down on on the border the number of refugees has increased and now the army will join with police force to boost security
Mounting war of words over recognition of 1995 genocide
Prime minister says Belgrade will not raise level of checks on refugees
The Slovak PM has said that Brexit will not have any significant impact on the Slovak economy, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico ...
A man has gone on a shooting rampage and has shot dead 5 people including his wife in Serbia
Macedonians have protested against the government in up to 20 cities for more than two months.
Saturday marks 25 years since two of the six Yugoslav republics, Slovenia and Croatia, became the first to declare their independence with the strong backing of their populations.
The parliament of the European Union's newest member votes to oust the prime minister and the government
'We all want to be part of the European family,' says Macedonia's FM at Central European Initiative meeting
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Presidency Council chairman visits Kazani memorial, which honors victims of 90s Bosnian War
One of the most beautiful roses in the world, the Bulgarian rose, is famous for its enduring fragrance making it a highly desirable flower for quality perfume makers
Muslim pilgrims mark prayer helping to end a drought over 5 centuries ago
Serbia says it has no intention of joining any military alliance, unlike its neighbors, which hope to join NATO
Sacrifices of political prisoners who rose up against Albania's communist regime on May 23, 1973, have been remembered
The loan aims to cover the cost of reforms intending to improve the business climate in the Balkan country, resume the privatisation and restructuring of public enterprises, and slow down a rise in public debt
The amendment means President Ivanov will be able to revoke the pardons within 30 days
The vote comes just hours after Macedonia's Constitutional Court temporarily halted all activities for the early elections
'It is an historic day for the alliance, for Montenegro, and for the stability of the Western Balkans,' NATO chief says
European Union says the Balkan country has to fix a number of problems before polls could be held