Serbia's Ivica Dacic says he is determined to take responsibility for providing people with "what they lack above all else: economic development and justice in all spheres".
Parliament sends a controversial pension law back to the drawing board.
With traditional social safety nets in tatters, welfare and charitable organisations offer alternatives for struggling families.
Serbian authorities refute the claim that they have security personnel in Kosovo, after the International Steering Group asks the country to pull the forces out.
Many examine the reasons for why the effect of the healthcare reform bill protest was diminished by violence and unrelated causes.
Greek authorities published a "black list" of tax evaders in the country. Also in business news: Croatia is expected to financially benefit from joining the EU.
Betting on Greece takes courage, as the debt-crushed country struggles to lure believers.
Tumata, a musical society in Istanbul, researches ethnomusicology and performs soothing sounds of healing music, appreciated in Turkey and abroad.