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Seven years after citizens voted to end the loose State Union with Serbia, Montenegro is celebrating independence day with a series of events.
In a move whose legality is disputed, Montenegro's ruling party has declared Filip Vujanovic, the current head of state, as its presidential candidate in the April election.
Foreign Affairs Committee welcomes Montenegro's progress, while urging it to do more to tackle media freedom issues, women's rights and gender equality.
Montenegrin reservists are seeking to prove they were mobilised during Yugoslavia's NATO conflict but hopes of getting unpaid wages from Belgrade may be misplaced.
Facing a Sunday deadline, Ranko Krivokapic, speaker of Montenegro's parliament, is expected to call elections for a new head of state on Friday.
Tomislav Nikolic is to pay his first official visit to Montenegro in a few days time, on a mission to improve relations between the two countries.
Annual report on the state of global freedom by Freedom House, shows Balkan countries remain divided into 'partly free' and 'free', with only Bosnia moving up the table a notch.
Parliament’s constitutional committee was to discuss changes intended to bring EU accession closer but instead agreed to close its doors to press and public.
Refugees from Kosovo living in containers at a camp in Montenegro's capital staged a demonstration to demand power supplies.
Parliament’s consitutional committee will discuss moves that will help address EU concerns about judicial independence.
As the film star visits Montenegro negotiating a deal for a film, the Prime Minister has asked him to become a cultural ambassador for the country in the world.
Ranko Krivokapic, the speaker of parliament, is expected to call a presidential election by the end of next week after meeting the heads of various parties.
The European Stability Initiative, a think tank, says the EU does not need to reintroduce visas for the Western Balkans in order to reduce the flow of asylum seekers from the region.
Podgorica’s high court has rejected an appeal aimed at overturning a nine-month prison sentence for the beating of a reporter.
The train once used by the former Yugoslav leader, Josip Broz Tito, is now taking tourists from Serbia to Montenegro.
The film star who has become a high-profile tax exile from France has said Montenegro could become his tax haven.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
Niksic bauxite miners ended a strike over unpaid salaries and exited the mining cave after the authorities guaranteed payment of some of the money they are owed.