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Bulgaria and Turkey are planning the launch of a bullet train between Sofia and Edirne, according to the director general of the Turkish State Railways.
The Turkish foreign minister on why Turkey is a Balkan country, neo-Ottomanism, achieving lasting peace in the region and relations with Serbia and Macedonia.
Bulgaria says it will restore a Cold War era fence along its Turkish border to prevent the spread of foot and mouth disease from animals from Turkey.
Montenegro's president has said his country fully supports the Turkey-initiated trilateral process involving Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
Bulgarian police have captured a shipment of 96 kilograms of heroin at the country's border with Turkey in an anti-narcotics operation coordinated with the US Drug Enforcement Agency, DEA.
Montenegro's President Filip Vujanovic will arrive in Turkey on Tuesday on a formal visit.
Serbia handed over 1,864 coins and other archeological artifacts seized at a border crossing to Turkey on Thursday.
The Supreme Administrative Court has acquitted Ahmed Dogan, leader of the opposition ethnic Turkish party, on corruption charges over consulting fees he received for hydro energy projects while his party was in power.
While Ankara maintains close diplomatic relations with Skopje, cemented by their shared political enmity toward Greece, Turkey must step carefully when it comes to inter-ethnic disputes within ‘the heart of the Balkans’.
Pristina rejects Turkish media claims that airport's new operators broke Kosovo law by using the transport hub as collateral to secure a bank loan.
Bulgaria ranks second in the world in terms of the number of Turkish soap operas that it purchases.
Six centuries of Ottoman rule in the heart of the Balkans and other key events in Turkish-Macedonian relations.
The Serb member of Bosnia's presidency canceled a scheduled meeting with the Turkish foreign minister on Saturday in a protocol dispute over flags.
As leading figure in ethnic Turkish party quits, accusing the party boss of being a disaster, speculation grows about possible splits in the movement.
Pristina has unveiled plans for its first toll highway, which will connect the capital to the Macedonian capital, Skopje.