'You (Belgrade) have had more than a year to arrest them,' a judge says
TIKA releases details of dozens of projects in education, infrastructure and agriculture
'The idea is to send a message to migrants that there is a double fence so give up crossing illegally,' a senior army official says
'Albania is faced with an ecological disaster and we are obliged to take drastic measures against forest exploitation for industry and export,' environment minister says
In 2014, then-prime minister Hashim Thaci has received a letter signed by ISIL chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, calling on him to abandon Kosovo's alignment with the West or face 'great revenge'
Angry at being cut out of the lucrative business of transporting refugees northwards through Macedonia to the Serbian border, local taxi drivers have staged days of protests that have largely blocked the Greek border
The auction, which is expected to raise at least 445,000 euros, will include dozens of MiG-19, MiG-17 and MiG-21 fighter planes, once the jewels of the Albanian army
After three days of debate, lawmakers voted in favour of PM Milo Djukanovic remaining in power
'We believe we have done enough at this stage to make a credible application,' chairman of Bosnia's tripartite presidency says
Mustafa Hadzhi was reelected on Sunday as Chief Mufti of Bulgaria, at a conference at a session of the country's Muslim officials> He was the single candidate.
Countries will only facilitate passage of those who are moving to certain EU states
Despite election date being scheduled, Macedonian opposition may boycott it
Serbia's prime minister on Sunday has urged for an early election this year in a bid to consolidate his power.
Plans to convert a former concentration camp island fortress into a luxury high-end resort in Montenegro have been approved angering families of locals imprisoned there during WWII.
The trio is suspected of 'forming and joining unlawful paramilitary or para-police formations'
Montenegrin PM Djukanovic calls for a vote of confidence in his government, following weeks of protests over his move toward joining NATO
In the 80s many Bulgarian Muslims lost their lives during the communist regime and today were honored with a ceremony attended by Turkish embassy officials
The eleven arrests were carried out Tuesday in several parts of the Bosnian capital
Serbian police have arrested 79 people, including a former minister, on corruption charges.
Local campaigners hand out free facemasks on streets of Sarajevo to combat air pollution
Much opposed deal receives constitutional court's approval, yet some parts of the deal found to be illegal