/en/file/show//Images/FeatureHome/Gjorge Ivanov by MIA 660.jpg Macedonia President Denies Zaev Right to Form Govt

In a decision that is bound to inflame tensions further, Macedonia's President has refused to award a mandate to form a government to the opposition leader Zoran Zaev, claiming he might use it to destroy the country.

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Hungary Shuts Down Border with Croatia

Follow live latest developments as Hungary has decided to close the border with Croatia to prevent further influx of refugees


01 Mar 17

Ukraine to Probe Defaced Bulgarian Monument

Ukraine officials have blamed the vandalization of a monument to Bulgarian volunteer fighters in the Russo-Turkish war of the 1870s on provocateurs.

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01 Mar 17

Independence Day Events Expose Bosnia’s Deep Divide

Official commemorations of the anniversary of the March 1992 referendum that paved the way for Bosnia’s independence from Yugoslavia have triggered a new legal dispute in the deeply divided state.

01 Mar 17

Trump Administration Maintains US Support for Kosovo

Contrary to the hopes of some Serbs that President Donald Trump might change course and favour Belgrade, the new US administration has repeatedly said that it supports Kosovo’s independence.


Vucic-Nikolic ‘Pact’ Hides Serbian Leaders’ Bitter Rivalry

Serbia’s President and Prime Minister may have sealed a ‘non-aggression’ pact, but their relationship is not an alliance of friends but a deal reflecting pure mutual interest.

bosnian-entrepreneurs-aim-to-treat-stress-with-technology-02-28-2017 01 Mar 17 Bosnian Entrepreneurs Aim to Treat Stress with Technology

Young programmers in Bosnia hope they can help to relieve stress-related illness at the same time as brightening their own prospects amid high national levels of unemployment.

28 Feb 17 Croatian Coastal Town Seeks Land for Marina
24 Feb 17 Balkan Retail Giant Agrokor Faces New Troubles
enfant-terrible-of-croatian-theatre-continues-to-shock-02-27-2017 Enfant Terrible of Croatian Theatre Continues To Shock

A decade on, Oliver Frljic is still challenging theatre audiences across Europe, as well as in the Balkans, using plays to confront the nationalist mythology of post-Yugoslav societies.

fest-remains-serbia-s-most-vital-and-provocative-film-festival-02-15-2017 FEST Remains Serbia's Most Vital and Provocative Film Festival

Easily the most popular and substantial Serbian festival for many years running, the 45th instalment of FEST will surely not disappoint its fans this year either.



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