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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.
Movies from the Balkans have a significant presence at this year's international fim festival in Berlin, which opens on February 7.
Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov has called for EU funding of at least 600m euro for cultural projects in the 2014-2020 programming period.
The premiere of the Macedonian movie “The Third Half”, which has already sparked controversy in neighbouring Bulgaria, has received a standing ovation at the Bitola film festival.
Among this year's candidates for the Best Foreign Language Film Award is a rich selection of movies from the Balkans dealing with topics from corruption to religion and football.
Journalists who attended BIRN's summer school 2012 have obtained funds to conduct cross-border investigations.
Top politicians in the region are still struggling to live with criticism, accusing journalists of undermining national interests and of mafia ties, media organisation says.
Serbian and Bulgarian museums holding archeological treasures found on Macedonian soil have turned down a Macedonian request for them to hand over copies.
First prize went to Ozcan Alper’s ‘Future Lasts Forever’ at the seventh South East European Film Festival, which ended on Monday.
A survey of world media freedom in 2011 carried out by US-based watchdog Freedom House put Montenegro in top place in the region. Kosovo has also moved up the rankings while Macedonia has moved down.
A Bulgarian jury has revoked its decision to give the crown of Miss Bulgaria 2012 to Ina Mancheva after it was established that a hacker attack manipulated the online vote of the audience.
A media watchdog recorded more than 500 press freedom violations over the past year in southeast and central Europe, an increase over 2010 figures.
Internet users in Macedonia, Montenegro and Albania simply love Facebook, with almost 90 per cent of them having Facebook accounts, according to a global statistical database maintained by the International Web Stats web page.
A 45-meter-long artificial dinosaur has arrived in Bulgaria's Black Sea capital Varna.
Performers from Albania, Serbia and Croatia will take the stage tonight for the first semifinal in the 2011 Eurovision contest, an event that is very closely watched by viewers in the Balkans.
A movie set against the background of the deportation and destruction of the Jewish community in Macedonia is causing controversy in neighbouring Bulgaria even before it’s been released.
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.
Investors considering Bulgarian markets will be cautious as long as the current political unrest continues, experts warn.