Dutch UN peacekeeping force was stationed six kilometers from Srebrenica during 1995 massacre.
A NATO helicopter and unmanned drone flew during the protest. NATO has some 5,000 troops to maintain the fragile peace.
Verushevski, who was arrested for possession of child pornography. is the second director of Macedonian intelligence agency to be arrested.
Thousands around Europe who took Swiss franc loans at low interest face bankruptcy; In Balkans, insolvency causes 19 suicides.
Seselj is accused of inciting followers to commit murder, ethnic cleansing and other war crimes in Croatia and Bosnia.
Croatian Democratic Union candidate wins close fight against Social Democratic Party candidate and incumbent Josipovic
Vucic accused the EU and Michael Davenport, the head of EU mission to Serbia, of financing media organisations, including BIRN, to slander the government.
President and PM of Kosovo participated for the first time in celebration of Orhodox Christmas
Husein Bosnic, known as an unofficial leader of the Salafi movement in Bosnia, was arrested in September along with four other men who were later released
3 million 779.281 registered Croatian voters started to queue up in front of 6.350 polling stations early on Sunday.
Workers from bankrupt state companies in the Tuzla region have started a protest march to Croatia - to highlight the fact that they have given up on their own country.
Croatian foreign minister warns prosecution of war crime suspects in Serbia is a benchmark test toward the European Union
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.
Raiding premises in three towns in eastern Bosnia, police arrested 10 former senior military and police officers on accusations of crimes against humanity
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.