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Open Data Albania, a Tirana-based watchdog group, says political parties are failing to make public their lists of campaign donors ahead of the June 23 elections.
The Amnesty International Report for 2012 listed war crimes prosecutions and discrimination against sexual and ethnic minorities as among the most pressing rights issues in the Balkans.
Five-year sentence for ex-prosecutor who offered to drop investigations against bank officials in exchange for bribes.
Macedonia's progress towards Europe is in jeopardy, the European Parliament rapporteur warned, blaming both local politicians and the European Council for failing to deliver.
Tour operators across the former Yugoslavia have spied a lucrative and very capitalist opportunity in the cult surrounding the old Socialist dictator.
Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo have agreed on a harmonized plan to implement the recent Brussels-led agreement, the EU foreign policy chief announced.
The European Parliament is to vote on Doris Pack's proposal that Bosnia be suspended from the Council of Europe for overall lack of progress.
A new poll published by TV Ora News and conducted by the Italian company IPR Marketing shows that most Albanians have little interest in the campaign for the June 23 elections.
Conference hears calls for further action to prevent hate speech from spreading on the internet.
The State Prosecutor has sought two more months' custody for the Federation entity President, Zivko Budimir, along with four others arrested in an alleged bribery case.
The Serbian special police unit officer detained on suspicion of helping to massacre at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village in 1999 is Vladan Krstovic, BIRN can reveal.
EU Foreign Ministers have postponed a discussion on start dates for Macedonian and Serbian accession talks.
Some of the journalists accused of waging a hate campaign against BIRN Kosovo director Jeta Xharra said their articles had been misinterpreted.
Romania's usually squabbling leaders have this time agreed on who should attend the European Council on the country's behalf.
The authorities in Skopje are ignoring and even concealing the rise in crimes inspired by ethnic and religious hatred, the Macedonian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights said.
Serbian police have arrested two men, including a current member of the country’s special police unit, on suspicion that they helped murder at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village.
Pristina started a free hives programme to encourage beekeeping. But without training, some beginners ended up feeling stung.
An old ruin in a neglected part of Belgrade, known as the ‘Spanish House’, will serve as the temporary home of a seven-month culture project.
Kosovo said it will sue companies that establish contracts with the Trepca industrial complex after the US firm New Generation Power did so without due consultation.