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Montenegrin police arrested one of the sons of Kosovo-born narcotics trafficking suspect Naser Kelmendi early on Friday at one of the country's border crossings.
Serbia's Financial Council said that a budget revision is needed to avoid a looming debt crisis.
Authorities in Pristina have dedicated a commemorative plaque to victims of the Holocaust, a number of whom were saved by Kosovo Albanians during World War II.
A former Bosnian Serb Army intelligence officer told the Hague trial of Radovan Karadzic that he knew nothing about the mass murders of Muslim prisoners from Srebrenica in 1995.
No final war crimes conviction has been achieved so far because international law is not properly applied at trials, claims a new report from a Montenegrin rights group.
The Socialist Party, which came second in the May 12 elections, received a mandate to form a government from President Rosen Plevneliev on Thursday - after the front-ranking GERB party refused to do so.
After an earlier failed attempt at privatization, Bucharest hopes to sell off the national rail freight company by a June deadline.
The Serbian President and Deputy Prime Minister have travelled to Russia to buy fighter jets and sign a declaration on strategic partnership.
Former Croatian Army officer Tihomir Savoric, who has previously been convicted of war crimes, was acquitted alongside two other soldiers of killing four Serbs in Bosnia in 1995.
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.
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.
A square overlooked by a giant 29-metre tall bronze statue of the warrior king Philip of Macedon is taking its final shape in the centre of the Macedonian capital.
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.
European lawmakers voted against a proposal to suspend Bosnia from the Council of Europe and from an EU funds and trade agreement because of its lack of progress on reforms.
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.
In two high-profile war crimes trials currently ongoing in Pristina, a series of witnesses have retracted previous statements alleging abuse at Kosovo Liberation Army detention centres.