Bosnia lifts visa requirements for citizens of 10 countries, bringing total number to 72.
Chinese construction of a new rail link between Belgrade and Budapest should begin by the middle of next year, Serbia's prime minister said, as China pursues plans to accelerate the flow of goods through the Balkans
Chinese prime minister in Serbia for regional economic talks.
The search for more bodies at what is believed to be a new mass grave site in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been called off.
Serbian national carrier launches twice-daily flights between Belgrade and Zagreb
More than 15,000 workers due to retire next year to be affected by pension age extension
Moscow is nurturing ties with fellow Orthodox Christian Serbs in Bosnia who reject deeper post-war integration with Muslim Bosniaks and Catholic Croats
Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci welcomed the news in Pristina and even revealed the name of the team's flag bearer in Rio.
"Kosovo's new PM will be Isa Mustafa. Hashim Thaci will be Deputy PM and new Foreign Minister," outgoing deputy foreign minister and Thaci aide Petrit Selimi said
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was accused of buying a Master's Degree without attending a class or taking an exam
The people of Bosnia and Herzegovina are more than ready to move towards the European Union, the bloc's foreign policy chief Mogherini has said
Victims marched off train crossing briefly through Bosnia; robbed, tortured and executed in 1993 massacre
A Turkish aid agency has handed the keys to repaired houses that were damaged by floods last May in Bosnia and Herzegovina to their owners
Srebrenica genocide has marked former commander Bob Stewart for life.
Croatian PM urges Serbia to react to resolution European Parliament imposed regarding alleged war criminal.
Serbia's top official thanked Netanyahu and Rivlin for their stance regarding Kosovo
If it orders his return, and Seselj refuses, the Serbian government would be obliged to arrest and extradite him.
New mosque in capital Tirana will be largest in Albania
Albanians celebrate founding of the country in 1912 under leadership of national hero, Ismail Qemal Bej.
"Better a banana in the hand than a Russian boot in the neck," read the billboard.
Zoran Milanovic had been due to visit Belgrade on Dec. 16 for a gathering of leaders from central and eastern Europe and China.