Streets of Sarajevo decorated with flags as people celebrate in Bosnian capital
Macedonian intellectuals have created a new political party called BESA (Ahde Vefa)
Filling Tirana's main street, they carried banners protesting against lack of jobs, tax rises and what would amount to a rise of electricity prices next year.
Hague war crimes suspect 'mocking victims of war and international law' says Ivo Josipovic
Nationalists' call for Turkish-language bulletin to be dropped on state-run television raises fears of 'divided nation'
Floodwaters caused by torrential rains sweep through northern Albania
Izetbegovic's SDA party, Bosnia's largest, and Covic's HDZ, the biggest party among Croats, have agreed a government deal in the autonomous Federation
The prosecutor's office said the arrests were carried out in the area of the western town of Prijedor and described the case as one of the most complex it has pursued since the war.
he presumed favorite in Romania's runoff presidential election, Prime Minister Victor Ponta, has conceded defeat to Klaus Iohannis
Coalition established for government at the levels of cantons and entities; no federal government imminent.
Vojislav Seselj's barn-storming return to Serbia has angered victims of the hardline nationalism he propagated during Yugoslavia's bloody breakup in the 1990s.
Protests first broke out on Nov. 8 when thousands gathered in city squares in support of compatriots living abroad who were turned away as they tried to vote in the first round
Milan Beko is well-known in Serbia as part of a group of Serbian tycoons who mixed business with politics during a decade of sanctions in the 1990s
Patiarch Kirill welcomed by Serbian Patriarch Irinej and FM Ivica Dacic
The one-day anti-terrorist exercise, around 50 km (30 miles)from Serbia's border with NATO-member Croatia, illustrated the balancing-act Belgrade faces
Far-right Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj has said he will not return to the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague to face charges.
Because of Bosnia's 1992-95 war, its air space was controlled by international forces deployed to keep the peace, before passing to neighbouring Serbia and Croatia in 2003
Detentions come after 16 people were arrested in September accused of recruiting Bosnians to fight in Syria and Iraq
Deputy says that her election is good message for all women, especially for women who wear the headscarf.
Seselj handed himself in to The Hague in 2003, charged with recruiting, financing and inciting followers to commit murder, ethnic cleansing and other war crimes in Bosnia and Croatia.
Edi Rama arrived in Serbia on Monday, becoming the first Albanian leader to visit the former Yugoslav republic since communist dictator Enver Hoxha in 1946.