Police have launched an operation to find the organisers of last month's massacre of five Macedonians, but some analysts warn that they should tread carefully.
After a magazine from Kosovo was prevented from attending Share Conference in Serbia due to threats from ultranationalists, conference participants mobilised to show their support.
The economic crisis has worsened the already worrisome state of Montenegro's agriculture.
A governmental agreement intended to protect cross-border travel is having the opposite effect, particularly on Albanians in Serbia.
With 193m euros of debt, Montenegro's Zelejzara AD Niksic was bought by a Turkish company. Also in business news: the IMF will loan Kosovo more than 100m euros to create a cash buffer for the country.
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.