The army in Macedonia has begun erecting a metal fence on Saturday on the country's southern border with Greece
The Western Balkans is at the heart of battle against terrorism, radicalization, says European Council president
Ivo Sanader was convicted in March last year for diverting some ten million euros from state-run firms
Although the deal has been heavily criticized over the years for different reasons, the benefits of the Peace Agreement should not be understated. It managed to put an end to the four-year conflict, during which some 100,000 people were killed with nearly 2 million people, nearly half the population of Bosnia, displaced.
Restrictions towards Kosovo had been in place since 1999 campaign
Serbia and Macedonia have begun allowing refugee passage to only Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans, the UN refugee agency said Thursday. All other refugees were being turned back, with currently 100 trapped in no mans land.
At least two Bosnian soldiers were killed and three civilians injured in an attack by a gunman in Sarajevo.
Opposition MPs and their supporters are in a weeks-long protest against EU-brokered dialogue and agreements with Serbia
Serbia's 'aggressive campaign' to negatively has negatively affected the dialogue process between Pristina and Belgrade.
Bosnian Presidency member Bakir Izetbegovic has lead the evening prayer, much to the pleasure of many.
PM Cerar announced on Tuesday that Ljubljana planned to build 'obstacles' along parts of its frontier with Croatia, outer border of passport-free Schengen zone
Aleksandar Vucic lays a wreath of white roses at Srebrenica's memorial
Visit would be Vucic's first to Srebrenica since July 11, when crowd at memorial ceremony of the genocide began hurling stones and bottles
PM Cerar says his country will build some temporary technical obstacles on Croatia border
Kosovo fails to reach required majority in UNESCO membership vote
On November 9, 1993, one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in Balkans was deliberately destroyed by Croats during the Croat–Bosniak War
Sunday marked Croatia's first parliamentary election since joining the European Union in 2013
UNESCO membership would put the government in Pristina in charge of managing all of Kosovo's heritage, including Gracanica and three other Serbian Orthodox Christian sites that are on UNESCO's endangered world heritage list
Opinion polls predict tight race between ruling centre-left alliance, led by PM Milanovic's Social Democrats (SDP), and rival conservative 'Patriotic Coalition'
'Bosnia is one of our most important partners,' says Serbian PM
With an eye to deep rifts exposed after Hungary closed its frontier with Serbia and Croatia, Merkel says blocking the border with Austria to refugees would be reckless