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Party leaders have belatedly reached a deal to appoint a law professor to head a commission of inquiry into last year's bitter dispute in parliament that sparked a political crisis.
Bosnian students in Republika Srpska’s main city have vowed to flout a police ban and rally for better living standards for students and against corruption in higher education.
Belgrade and Pristina have failed to make headway during negotiations on an international dialling code for Kosovo and a licence for a Serbian mobile phone operator in Kosovo.
Macedonia’s flagship metal industry is struggling in ‘dramatic’ times and faces even grimmer prospects, the head of Macedonia's metals chamber of commerce has warned.
Romania is downgrading its renewable incentives system as part of a bid to curb rises in the price of electricity.
Bulgaria wants the issue of US visa restrictions brought up in talks between the EU and the US on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement.
The Delegation of the European Union, in agreement with the EU Heads of Mission on Tuesday underlined the need for all actors to refrain from violence on the eve of the June 23 elections.
A witness at the Hague trial of former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic told the court how he survived the mass shooting of captured Muslim men in July 1995.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic will attend celebrations marking Croatia's accession to the EU, his cabinet has confirmed.
EU Enlargement Commissioner says Montenegro needs to rebuild confidence in the separation of party and state following the row over leaked tapes of ruling party sessions.
Officials from around the former Yugoslavia met in Bosnia and appealed for reconciliation in the region to prevent the possibility of future conflicts.
Prime Minister Victor Ponta has begun a visit to Germany where he hopes to firm up political and business ties to the country's most important investor.
As Macedonian leaders fail to agree on who should head a commission of inquiry into last year's events in parliament, Brussels is throwing its own names into the ring, media report.
A new broadcaster, Sky Info Plus, run by a senior official of the ruling Progressive Party aims to go on air in September, using the frequency of the now closed TV Avala, Balkan Insight has learned.
A candidate for the opposition New Democratic Spirit Party, Mitat Hoxha, was assaulted on Sunday after allegedly receiving threats to withdraw from the election campaign.
While the EU accession process has not affected the media’s existential struggle for survival one way or the other, they have made respect for human and minority rights more mainstream.