The group was being held at a centre for illegal immigrants near the capital Skopje and that Macedonia plans to repatriate the immigrants to Greece.
Among the detained are several top wartime police officers and members of a notorious military group known as "Mice", suspected of committing the war crimes in the northern towns of Teslic and Doboj
Families of people who faced forced disappearances during Bosnian war held a ceremony in Sarajevo.
Zdravko Mustac is being charged with the 1983 murder of Stjepan Durekovic.
The newly chosen opposition candidate is Klaus Iohannis, 55, head of the Liberals and mayor of the medieval city of Sibiu, or Hermannstadt in German.
The 40 men were being questioned on suspicion of engaging in acts against Kosovo's constitutional order and endangering the safety and security of the state
The body of a woman was recovered from the muddy bank of a river in northwestern Bosnia, and two people were listed as missing, police said.
The defence ministry said the explosion was caused by workers mishandling ammunitions at the plant in the town of Kostenets
Will the NATO regime of Prishtina ever allow the Muslims of Kosovo to be as free in practicing their faith as the Chechens in Vladimir Putin’s Russia?
The 57-year-old Georgi Bliznashki will become prime minister while Rumen Porozhanov, a 49-year-old former senior civil servant, will be finance minister
Over 50 houses have collapsed after the Skut River, which runs through the town, burst its banks. Hundreds of houses remain under water.
Reopening marks the 19th anniversary of the massacre which killed more than 8,000 Bosnians
As a result, the overhaul of the national budget and the country's health insurance is in limbo
The new chairman, Mihail Mikov, was the speaker of Bulgaria's parliament during the outgoing Socialist-led coalition
PM's resignation paves the way for an interim government to take over in August and a general election in October
Kosovo is locked in a battle between political parties over who should form the next government following an election six weeks ago.
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 chaotic scene spoke to a deepening crisis over who will rule the impoverished country of 1.7 million people for the next four years.
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