Protestors in Bosnia have demonstrated against the Morsi death penalty.
Turkey’s First Lady Emine Erdogan meets representatives of the city and the Association of Mothers of Srebrenica and Zepa
Albania threatens to veto Macedonia’s entry into NATO
The budget was passed seven months after a general election in October, as the central and regional governments in Bosnia's complex power system took months to be formed
Opposition leaders say some protesters plan to camp out in the streets until Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski steps down
Russia has accused the West of being the mastermind behind violence that erupted in Macedonia in which 18 people were killed last week.
Activists in Bosnia have criticized the Serbian government crack down on free speech, likening it to a law passed by Russian President Vladimir Putin in
Development and Administration minister Liviu Dragnea, received a suspended prison sentence of one year on Friday in a case in which he is accused of fraud in a 2012 referendum to dismiss then-president Traian Basescu.
Croatia has cancelled a play by Michel Houellebecq who has been known for his controversial view on Islam.
Macedonia's ruling party has offered a fresh concession with formation of a new commission to investigate the wire tapping scandal.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan speaks at the sixth Sarajevo Business Forum in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo
Turkey will be building the biggest mosque in the Balkans at a cost of 30 million Euro, which will be financed by the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has canceled his official visit to Macedonia, planned for May 14, Albanian media in Pristina are reporting.
The Interior minister and intelligence chief, the top two allies of the Macedonian Prime Minister have quit.
NATO spokesman told that an EULEX helicopter crashed at Pristina airport.
Business delegates prepare to discuss interests in Southeastern Europe at Sarajevo Business Forum.
Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov has said that the reason for the armed conflict in Kumanovo is that NATO and the EU must realize Macedonia being "outside of EU integration" according to b92 news.
Although there are still several police checkpoints, life is getting back to normal in the Kumanovo's Divo province.
Eight police officers and 14 gunmen have been killed in Macedonia clashes
Bulgaria could face the axe as the government tries to modernise a network mired in losses and debt.
Explosions and heavy gunfire rocked a town in northern Macedonia on Saturday. Four policeman have been seriously wounded, and residents evacuating the northern town of Kumanovo.