The remains of 284 victims of the Bosnian war were laid to rest having been unearthed from what is believed to be the largest mass grave of Europe's worst conflict since World War Two.
Albanians protest for the third week in row against what they call 'arbitrary imprisonment sentence of Albanians'.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said that the Black Sea state violated the rights of asylum seekers by forcing them back across its border into Turkey
The anti-corruption prosecutor's office said Mircea Basescu had accepted the sum from the son of the jailed man and promised to intervene with magistrates
175 newly identified victims of the 1995 massacre in eastern Bosnia to be reburied in solemn commemoration of its 19th anniversary.
Members of Association of Women in Black were assaulted in Serbia on their way to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia.
The road in which Bosnian victims used to escape from the Serbian massacre holds a “peace march” organization with a high participation, between 8-11th July.
Protesters called the jailing of the ethnic Albanians, who were charged with trying to provoke ethnic tensions, politically motivated.
Chevron, the first company to begin exploring for shale gas in European Union member Romania, aims to put up more wells in the area
Bakir Izetbegovic was firstly elected as the Bosnian representative on Bosnia and Herzegovina's power-sharing presidency in 2010.
A hand grenade attack occurred in front of a shopping mall in the town of Pale, 10 km southeast of the Bosnian capital.
Last week, Stanishev, at the helm of the Socialist party since 2001, quit parliament to become a member of the European Parliament
The ethnic Albanian protesters, who pelted police with stones, were angry at the life sentences handed down for the murder of five Macedonian fishermen at a lake near Skopje in 2012.
Togo became the 107th country to recognize the Republic of Kosovo.
Outgoing Prime Minister Hashim Thaci's Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) came first in the election with 30 percent of the vote, or 37 seats in the 120-seat parliament.
Protesters set fire to government buildings in several towns, including the capital Sarajevo in February. Hundreds of police officers were injured.
The violence broke out when several hundred Albanians, protesting over the Serbs' closure of the bridge for the past three years, began hurling rocks and bottles at Kosovo police.
On Saturday, over 1,000 rescue workers and volunteers were struggling to clear mud and rubble left by a flood surge through a suburb of Varna that killed 11, including two children.
The new conservative coalition cabinet of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski got a vote of confidence in parliament.
Heavy rainfall in the Black Sea resort city of Varna triggered a flood wave late on Thursday in one of its low-laying suburbs that killed at least 10 people.
The cost of Bosnian disaster is equal to 16 percent of the country’s gross domestic product, says foreign minister.