Despite 'Yes' vote, the low 44% voter turnout was of concern.
For the second straight weekend, supporters of the Vetevendosje (Self-determination) Movement gathered at two border crossings to protest a lack of implementation of the reciprocity agreement with Serbia. But this time, the protests were peaceful.
Serbian authorities say the mid-February vote will hurt Belgrade's chances for EU accession.
Despite staffing and equipment shortages, the director of police gives his force high marks.
Many examine the reasons for why the effect of the healthcare reform bill protest was diminished by violence and unrelated causes.
National Geographic praises BiH for its mountain biking opportunities. Also in business news: Croatia's economy is forecast to shrink, and more strikes against austerity measures in Athens.
Betting on Greece takes courage, as the debt-crushed country struggles to lure believers.
Albanian, Serbian, Turkish, Bosnian, Roma and other languages are all spoken in Prizren and other parts of Kosovo.