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Montenegrin Constitutional Court judges reject judicial chief's claim that the court works under political influence.
As temperatures rose well over 30 degrees in most parts of the Balkans, much hotter than it normally is in June, the authorities are warning people to take precautions.
There are continuing concerns that Montenegro’s Judicial Council, which chooses the country’s judges, could be politically influenced by the authorities, a rights group has warned.
UN special rapporteur Frank La Rue is visiting Montenegro to assess how the country is implementing the right to freedom of expression after critics alleged curbs on the media.
A report by the European Commission notes that the number of asylum seekers from the Western Balkans has dropped.
Montenegrin lawmakers voted to launch a parliamentary inquiry into the alleged misuse of public resources by the ruling party – claims that emerged after a scandal involving leaked tapes.
Serbia will hand Montenegro more than 50,000 pages of EU "acquis" translated into Serbian with the aim of boosting the two countries' European integration.
The Hollywood director and screenwriter has recalled the longtime leader of Yugoslavia who died in 1980 as a heroic figure for bridging East and West.
Nine years since the murder of Dusko Jovanovic, his family, former colleagues, politicians and intellectuals marked the anniversary and urged officials to solve the crime.
On the 21st anniversary of the wartime deportation of Bosniak refugees from Montenegro, activists urged the authorities to punish the perpatrators and build a memorial to the victims.
Montenegrin police arrested one of the sons of Kosovo-born narcotics trafficking suspect Naser Kelmendi early on Friday at one of the country's border crossings.
No final war crimes conviction has been achieved so far because international law is not properly applied at trials, claims a new report from a Montenegrin rights group.
The Amnesty International Report for 2012 listed war crimes prosecutions and discrimination against sexual and ethnic minorities as among the most pressing rights issues in the Balkans.
Filip Vujanovic, from the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, started his third presidential term amid protests by people who still contest the legality of his election win.
The Serbian Orthodox Church’s top cleric in Montenegro, Metropolitan Amfilohije Radovic, has declared 19th-century prince and poet Njegos a saint.
The Montenegrin government has decided to reduce the wages earned by the heads of public enterprises and state institutions in a move aimed at cutting the country’s expenditure.
As the EU organizes a second media freedom conference on June 20, the jury is out on whether Brussels has positively affected a generally deteriorating situation for the media in the region.
Montenegro will get a new telecom operator, which will be state-owned, said the the Deputy Minister for Electronic Communications and Postal Services, Ratko Strugar.