Four people have been killed after a train derailment caused a fire
A mild earthquake was felt along the central coast and on nearby islands.
Many suspected war criminals remain at large and victims are still being found in mass graves more than 20 years after the end of the tragic war
5 people held in connection to Molotov attack by unidentified assailants in Prizren city
The protest, held in front of the defence ministry in downtown Belgrade, was organised by the military trade union and backed by their police counterparts, the state-run Tanjug news agency reported.
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic was photographed with coat-of-arms of Ustasha, which persecuted and killed vast numbers of Serbs, Jews, Roma and anti-fascists
61-year-old Ante Gotovina got acquitted of war crimes in 2012 has been named Croatia's special adviser to the defence ministry
The flow of illegal weapons from the Balkans to the West with last years Paris attacks highlighting the severity of the arms trade
Rumen Radev receives nearly 60 percent of vote, Tsetska Tsacheva gets 35 percent
Kosovo-born Lavdrim Muhaxheri is the ISIS-affiliated terrorist commander who planned attacks on Israeli soccer players
'What Turks did can only be done by people who love their country and soldiers', says Vice-President Melika Mahmutbegovic
PM Edi Rama gathered the Emergency Staff for the situation created by floods. He said all structures are engaged to face the situation.
Eleven people suspected of plotting terrorist attacks and recruiting for the Islamic State (IS) were detained in Albania and neighbouring Kosovo, officials said Sunday. Police in Albania said they detained four people on Saturday on suspicion of financing terrorism, recruiting IS fighters for Syria and spreading "terrorist propaganda". In Kosovo, seven people were also arrested Saturday for what police described as "terrorism" and a threat to public safety. Media reports said the detainees were alleged IS members and, working under the jihadist group's leader for Kosovars in Syria, Lavdrim Muhaxheri, planning to stage terrorist attacks in the Balkans. The prosecutor's office in Kosovo, in remarks reported by news portal Insajderi.com, said the seven had links to other jihadists across the Balkans. Albania and its northeastern neighbour Kosovo, both Muslim-majority republics, have among the highest per capita number of citizens who have left to wage jihad in Syria and Iraq. Both countries have amended their criminal code to make participation in armed conflicts abroad punishable from 10-year to life imprisonment. In May nine men, including radical imams, were sentenced by an Albanian court to prison terms of up to 18 years for financing and recruiting fighters for jihadist groups in Syria.
None of the candidates gain necessary number of votes in the first round, state television says
Vatican officials will join the Balkan country's small Catholic community on Saturday to remember their martyrs at a cathedral mass in the northwestern city of Shkodra, whose cemetery was the scene of executions.
A prosecutor has dropped charges against a police officer who was arrested on "terrorism" charges
Ten former Croatian soldiers, police investigated over alleged crimes against civilians carried out between 1992-1993
Senior Bosnian and Iranian officials have said that they will fight terrorism while also vowing to boost trade between the two countries.
Montenegro's Prime Minister has that announced his government is investigating a possible Russian role in an alleged 16 October coup plot aimed at derailing the country’s elections.
It said the group was led by Syla, who surrendered to authorities in April two days after a major police probe and was placed under house arrest.
Ex-Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic, convicted war criminal, awarded certificate of appreciation by Republika Srpska parliament