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The annual Night of Museums in Romania will involve exhibitions, dance and theatre performances, concerts and films in events across the country.
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.
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.
The sixth One World Film Festival is looking at the theme of hatred and its repercussions - as the organisers say intolerance is growing round the globe exponentially.
Brasov, in southern Transylvania, is gearing up to host the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival, EYOF, the biggest sports event in the country in decades.
Movies from the Balkans have a significant presence at this year's international fim festival in Berlin, which opens on February 7.
Sergiu Nicolaescu, a prolific Romanian director known for his historical epics who also served as a Senator, has died aged 82.
Romania's many fans of the late US actor, Larry Hagman, remember the iconic TV series 'Dallas' as the symbol of the “American dream” in the Communist era.
Journalists who attended BIRN's summer school 2012 have obtained funds to conduct cross-border investigations.
People who want to read while commuting can now download extracts from a 'digital library' in a Bucharest metro station.
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.
On the closing night of the 18th Sarajevo Film Festival, Romania's Radu Jude won the Heart of Sarajevo award for Best Film.
While over 100,000 visitors are expected to visit Bookfest, Romania’s largest book fair, the prospects for book-reading in general in Romania are far from bright.
“Beyond the Hills,” a film directed by Romanian Cristian Mungiu, won two prizes at Cannes film festival.
Museums and cultural institutions across Romania will be opening their doors all night on Saturday and revealing their treasures.
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.
Croatia leads the Balkans in providing the best legal environment for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people, while Macedonia offers the least protection, new research says.
Greater use of electronic payments is responsible for part of the decrease in Romania’s shadow economy, a study by Visa says.