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The assembly of the former ruling Democratic Party has decided that culture should play a more central part in the country's development strategy.
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.
A variety of events are on offer as part of the month of French language and culture in Belgrade.
An exhibition of photographs by one of Serbia’s first modern artists will place the spotlight on a little known dimension of her work.
The Belgrade Irish Festival will bring the contemporary films, plays and sounds of the Republic of Ireland to the Serbian capital.
This year’s International Theatre Festival, Slavija 2013, will include productions from the U.S., Morocco, Macedonia and Kazakhstan.
Sounds of the Beatles, flamenco and international masters of strings will mark the programme of one of region's biggest guitar festivals.
Albanian leaders on Thursday paid homage to Roland Trebicka, a legendary actor who passed away after a battle with cancer.
A retrospective of Sonja Savic, a Serbian film icon in the Eighties, has gone on display in a multimedia exhibition.
The latest sales figures for last autumn make grim reading for most newspapers in the country.
Girl group Moje 3, known to Serbian television audiences from their talent show appearances, will represent the country at the high-profile pop contest in Sweden this year.
Campaigners angry about the “killing” of the Serbian capital’s old cinemas, which closed after privatisation, built a mock cemetery as a satirical protest.
After critics panned the video clip of Macedonia's Eurosong entry as a tragi-comic advert for the government, it vanished from YouTube only a day after its release.
The State Audit Institution, DRI, has accused a string of officials of irregularities in spending the 2011 budget - including the movie director Emir Kusturica who has resigned as head of a nature park as a result.
It may be a transit zone for truck drivers right now but Savamala was once the beating heart of Belgrade - and will be once again if a group of artists have their way.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…