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The Serbian Orthodox Church’s top cleric in Montenegro, Metropolitan Amfilohije Radovic, has declared 19th-century prince and poet Njegos a saint.
The Belgrade authorities plan to reconstruct the ‘Judenlager Semlin’ concentration camp, where more than 7,000 Jewish women and children were killed, turning it into a memorial centre.
One of the most successful electro bands of all time, Depeche Mode performed a breathtaking show in the Serbian capital in front of around 30,000 fans.
Bulgaria may hold new early elections in just few months, a key figure from the biggest political party has said.
Croatia's main opposition party, the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, declared victory after Sunday's polls, although second-round run-off votes are to be held in the country's four biggest cities.
Campaigners for the RECOM reconciliation initiative said they had done all they could to promote a cross-regional truth committee and it was time for political leaders to act.
Officials have launched a week-long series of events aimed at raising awareness about tolerance, reconciliation and peaceful coexistence between different religious faiths in Kosovo.
First major misunderstandings put at stake the solidity of center-left ruling coalition in Romania
Anti-corruption fighter Slagjana Taseva has been appointed head of a municipal review commission to probe the financing of the government-sponsored revamp of Macedonia's capital.
Macedonia’s state-owned power utility company ELEM has begun the construction of the country’s first wind farm in an investment worth 55 million euro.
Brussels' foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has congratulated Croatian President Ivo Josipovic on the country's EU accession, which is set for July 1.
Foreign minister Guido Westerwelle expressed hopes that Serbia’s deal with Kosovo would be properly implemented so that Belgrade will get a start date for EU accession talks.
Cultural institutions across Serbia will open their doors overnight on May 18th for the tenth Night of the Museums offering an attractive mix of exhibitions and performances.
A survey published by the American Chamber of Commerce in Albania reveals that the majority of its members saw an economic downturn in 2012 and expect worse in 2013.
Monika Karan-Ilic, one of the few women tried in Bosnia for war crimes, has been convicted of torturing and abusing detention-camp prisoners in Brcko and jailed for four years.
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.