The resignation of President Boris Tadic has opened the way to a May 6th presidential election.
Twenty years since the biggest conflict in Europe after WWII ravaged Bosnia and Herzegovina, consequences linger.
Lawmakers got a little bit more than they bargained for in amending Kosovo's broadcasting law.
Opinions differ over whether one of the most controversial 20th century books, Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, should be banned.
Beating out several Mediterranean locales, the BiH capital was named the best vacation spot. Also in business news: US company Chevron is terminating its activities related to shale gas in Romania for the rest of the year.
Same work, same pay is as elusive in Southeast Europe as it is across the rest of Europe.
Croatia, the country of sun, sea and tourism, has yet to fully develop its rich rural homesteads to attract visitors.