Riots broke out in Skopje after police tried to disperse an unruly protest against the appointment of former ethnic Albanian rebel Talat Xhaferi as Macedonia's new defence chief.>>>
Annual celebrations of Bosnian independence day have again proved ethnically divisive and will only be marked in the Bosniak-Croat Federation entity, not by the country's Serbs.>>>
Serbs in the Croatian city are growing fearful amid threats of force to stop the official introduction of Cyrillic script and the Serbian language, a Belgrade official said.>>>
A party representing war veterans has launched a campaign for a public vote to dismiss former ethnic Albanian fighter Talat Xhaferi from his new job as Macedonia’s defence chief.
War veterans associations have vowed to prevent the official introduction of Cyrillic script and the Serbian language into the Croatian city “by any means necessary”.>>>
A court ruled that the state denied a fair legal hearing to families of two soldiers killed at a Belgrade barracks where they alleged war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic was hiding.>>>
Supporters of Vojislav Seselj, leader of the Serbian Radical Party who’s on trial for war crimes, protested in Belgrade for his release from the Hague’s “tyranny”.>>>
Schoolchildren are more likely than their parents to discriminate on ethnic grounds, suggests research conducted in the Croatian city that was devastated during wartime.>>>
The constitutional court in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska ruled that Serb symbols used by the towns of Banja Luka and Nevesinje discriminated against Bosniaks and Croats.>>>
Around 100 ex-servicemen demonstrated in the Croatian city of Vukovar on Wednesday, attempting to stop the authorities putting up street signs in Cyrillic for the Serb minority.>>>
The appointment of a former ethnic Albanian fighter as Macedonia's defence chief has angered the party representing war veterans.>>>
Kosovo society is struggling to come to terms with war crimes and systematic human rights abuses because of past grievances and denial, said a new UN report.>>>
One of the Serbian Orthodox Church’s top clergymen said he was forbidden to testify in Slobodan Milosevic’s defence at the Hague Tribunal.>>>
The rally against the Croatian government’s decision to make Serbian an official language in the war-ravaged town was followed by an alleged assault in a nearby village.>>>
The Albanian majority on Tetovo’s town council sparked controversy by declaring former Kosovo Liberation Army commander Ramush Haradinaj an honorary citizen.>>>
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.
Key dates and events in the Bosnia war.