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Powerful businessman who made a fortune in sugar is among pre-qualified bidders for Kosovo’s ambitious planned ski resort.
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.
Pristina started a free hives programme to encourage beekeeping. But without training, some beginners ended up feeling stung.
To keep its reform policy credible for investors, the government must find common ground with the IMF and look for a new arrangement, experts say.
The protests over the Kosovo agreement revealed deep divisions among Serbia's right-wingers, but they could still become a serious force if they tap into public disappointment with the government.
New proposals to make Bosnia’s Federation entity less dysfunctional and more democratic should not be ignored by the country’s squabbling political elites.
The Serbian paramilitary who became a key prosecution witness at his former comrades’ trial for war crimes in Kosovo says he had to speak out about the brutal massacres his unit committed.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
The Serbian Orthodox Church has been hit by a series of leaks about sex and spying as the government attempts to force it to drop its opposition to the Kosovo agreement.
The ad posted on a give-away website sums up the situation in Slovenia after almost half a decade of the deepest economic crisis in the country's short history.
Six months after presidential elections in Montenegro, smaller parties in the governing coalition are threatening to jeopardise the government’s stability and shake the Democratic Party of Socialists’ power.
Telecom could become lead player in small but burgeoning industry in Kosovo, which is tapping the low-wage, multilingual workforce.
The government still hasn’t followed through on the Prime Minister’s order to carry out mandatory exhaust checks.
Macedonian institutions have spent 150 million euro on contracts without tenders over four years, raising corruption concerns.
Bill offers hope for patients who must go abroad for new organs – but concerns remain about granting licenses to private medical centres in the light of the Medicus case.