For the first time in 40 years, an anthology of modern Serbian literature was published in Albanian in Pristina, and the anthology of Albanian literature in Kosovo was published in Serbian in Belgrade.
Bribery as a way of life in Greece has undermined the country, but attitudes may be changing.
Proposed constitutional amendments call for the president to be elected by direct popular vote and would give the office additional powers.
Albanian bloggers blame the Kosovo government -- and the EU -- for reaching the agreements that they view as Serbia's big political win at Pristina's expense.
A regional initiative aims to create a network for women's business associations. Also in business news: 5,000 Romanians protest shale drilling and Turkish Airlines offers more flights to Belgrade.
China is making it way through the Balkans, amidst the economic crisis in Europe.
Kurdish Dengbej, the tradition of oral narrative and singing, has been kept alive for centuries.