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The Central Electoral Commission, CEC, has abandoned the planned use of new pilot technologies in the June 23 parliamentary elections, after tests revealed problems.
Thousands of people paid tribute to a baby who died after her hospital treatment was delayed because political disputes meant she could not get an identity document to leave the country.
Serbian right-wing extremist group SNP Nasi says is putting up surveillance cameras in apartments near a new lesbian and gay centre in an attempt to shut it down.
The city is preparing to launch a competition for the design of a monument dedicated to the late Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Djindjic.
Protesters formed a human chain around Skopje’s iconic GTC shopping centre as architects launched a campaign to save it from the government’s planned faux-baroque makeover.
A civic campaign group has urged the authorities to prevent the construction of a shopping mall at the site of a WWII concentration camp.
A Hague Tribunal judge’s email suggesting recent high-profile acquittals by the court could have been due to political pressure has caused controversy after it was leaked to the media.
Macedonia’s state-owned power utility company, MEPSO, has joined the government-run revamp of the capital called Skopje 2014.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter to find a solution that would enable Kosovo football players to play official FIFA games.
While the River Danube inundated several central European cities, the Serbian capital is safe because the waters are not expected to rise above the regular flood defence limit.
After Bosnian Serb ministers said they could not attend cabinet sessions in Sarajevo because of the protests taking place there, ministers had to agree an urgent border deal with Croatia by telephone.
The heritage organization Europa Nostra has listed the Roman amphitheater in Durres as one of the seven most endangered cultural heritage sites in Europe.
Floods have hit eastern Romania, causing widespread devastation and killing at least three people. And more trouble from extreme weather could be on the way.
The March-April local elections saw the serious further erosion of democratic principles and procedures in Macedonia, CIVIL, an NGO, said in its report.
As Belgrade slashes funding for prestigious festivals and exhibitions, culture workers have called a rally in the capital, accusing the state of 'killing off' culture.
Kosovo's alleged receipt of a verbal recognition pledge from Yemen raises questions about the number of countries that have actually recognised its independence.
The Hague Tribunal has been successful in bringing wartime commanders to justice but hasn’t met expectations on reconciliation, chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz told BIRN.
While Istria’s wonderful old cities lure tourists with their beaches and historic atmosphere, the interior offers a more secluded experience of hills, vineyards and charming fortified towns.
Croatian food producer and supplier Agrokor has cut a deal to buy Slovenian supermarket chain Mercator, creating a huge south-east European retail network.