- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- All Balkan Countries
A planned biofuel plant will boost Brcko’s economy and bring greener fuel to Europe - but not yet to most of Bosnia’s own motorists.
To many outside the Balkans, the magnitude of the reaction to Tose’s death is difficult to understand and might even seem extreme.
Kosovo’s rapidly changing political scene makes it hard to predict the most likely government make-up after the November 17 elections.
Confusing statistics about tourism cannot hide the grim reality facing many who are trying to make a living from Albania’s holiday industry.
Croatia’s parties are competing in making pre-election promises to root out corruption, but when it comes to action, the results are less impressive.
Increasing bread prices and market instability are pushing more and more Kosovars to the edge of poverty.
As a unilateral declaration of independence becomes increasingly certain, some EU countries may recognise Kosovo without waiting to secure consent of all member states.
While the politicians profess confidence in the UN Security Council, ordinary Kosovars have more faith in American power.
By Krenar Gashi in Pristina and Podujevo