A naturalised US citizen has become the first woman convicted in BiH of a war crime.
Through new regulations, Serbia is trying to increase women's influence in political life.
Gross irregularities and misuse of funds at the Pristina public university have come under legal scrutiny.
The factory in Kragujevac shifts into high gear, to turn out gleaming new Fiat 500Ls by fall.
A governmental agreement intended to protect cross-border travel is having the opposite effect, particularly on Albanians in Serbia.
A tender for a third airport in Istanbul will open this year. Also in business news: BiH's government adopted a budget for 2012 and Romania plans to reorganise its tax system.
Kosovo and Turkey have what former Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu describes as "golden relations", strong political and economic ties bound together by religious and cultural affinities developed over more than five centuries of Ottoman rule.
Every Friday, the open market in the eastern Kosovo town of Kamenica brings together Albanians and Serbs, selling produce and sharing daily concerns.