More than a month after the Albanian High Court acquitted him of corruption charges against him, Socialist Movement for Integration head Ilir Meta comments on his trial.
Sarajevo canton authorities will provide logistical support to the International Commission for Missing Persons to permanently base its headquarters and world-renowned forensic laboratory in the BiH capital.
Sharp budget cuts, salary reductions and mass layoffs demonstrate tough times for Croatians.
Turkey's European Affairs Minister Egemen Bagis' comments to Turkish Cypriot newspaper Kıbrıs sparked a debate over whether Turkey might proceed in annexing North Cyprus.
On Thursday, Serbia finally received the status of a candidate for membership in the EU.
Bulgarians say Russian-owned Lukoil Bulgaria is setting fuel prices too high. Also in business news: Belgrade hosted the 34th International Tourism Expo, and Greece's long-term credit rating takes a hit.
Failing factories and plants lead to higher unemployment, but government intervention -- however well intended -- may not be the answer, according to analysts.
The Israeli band Orphaned Land forges Turkish-Israeli ties.