The KSF may soon take part in NATO-led missions in Libya and Afghanistan.
Three journalists say they were assaulted while covering recent protests triggered by the suicide of a pensioner who couldn’t pay for his medicine.
Since 2003, more than 70 judges and prosecutors from Western Europe and the US have provided legal expertise in improving BiH judiciary.
Bloggers argue statements from Belgrade and Pristina are calculated to avoid organising local elections in the Serbian enclaves in Kosovo on May 6th.
Promising tax breaks, Albania's prime minister calls for Turkish companies to invest. Also in business news: Representatives of 50 countries gathered in Istanbul to attend the 15th Eurasian Economic Summit.
The social fabric grows more frayed, with virtually no group unscathed by the economic meltdown.
Croatia, the country of sun, sea and tourism, has yet to fully develop its rich rural homesteads to attract visitors.