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All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.
Performers from Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia will take to the stage for the first semi-final of Eurovision 2013 on Tuesday, closely watched by the glitzy song contest’s Balkan fans.
Sarajevo’s Selma Spahic has withdrawn her play from this year’s Sterijino Pozorje Theatre Festival in Novi Sad, because it will be opened by controversial Serbian film director Emir Kusturica.
The Hague Tribunal held its Belgrade premier of the documentary film Crimes Before the ICTY: Prijedor, on Thursday.
The jury in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence has selected 10 participants for this year’s programme.
The art of verse will be celebrated across the Balkans with a wide range of readings, competitions, performances and debates to mark the annual World Poetry Day.
Sarajevo historian Emir Filipovic has come across cat's paw prints in a 15th-century document in the archives of the Republic of Dubrovnik.
More than 200 museums and galleries worldwide staged a symbolic show of solidarity with the Bosnian National Museum, which was closed to the public last October.
Crowds gathered at Sarajevo airport to greet Nazif Mujic, voted best actor at the Berlinale film festival for his role in Denis Tanovic’s ‘An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker’.
This year's international art exhibition in Venice will see a number of interesting projects from the Balkans - and Kosovo will have its own pavilion for the first time.
Movies from the Balkans have a significant presence at this year's international fim festival in Berlin, which opens on February 7.
A heritage commission has declined to loan the famous Sarajevo Haggadah to the New York Metropolitan Museum, although it currently lies locked up and unseen in a closed museum.
The city authorities have backed a campaign to honour a young Serb who won respect across the region when he died while saving his Bosniak friend’s life during the war.
The festival, under the logo "The Art of Touch", aims to present the works of around a thousand artists from about 40 countries around the world.
Lovers of the Bosnian National Museum marked its 125th birthday in Sarajevo in a forlorn mood, by laying flowers and lighting candles, as the iconic institution is closed.
Two major exhibitions are planned at the History Museum in Sarajevo - despite the decayed state of the building - one of which casts fresh light light on the medieval kingdom of Bosnia.
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.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
The International Monetary Fund approved a tranche of 39 million euro for Bosnia under a two-year stand-by arrangement which aims to bolster fiscal stability in the country.