The US government is seeking dozens of missing soldiers from WWII -- some of whom they think may have ended up throughout Southeast Europe.
The international community in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is urging local authorities to proceed with the demarcation of entity boundary lines to make life easier for the thousands of people straddling them.
The consequences of crop failure to regional economies are severe, yet the reasons few farmers are insured is a matter of debate.
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.
The Jewish minority in the Balkans has been a lasting presence for hundreds of years.