Opposition Serbian Progressive Party leader Tomislav Nikolic was elected president on Sunday – an outcome that some analysts described as "a political earthquake."
After prosecutors failed to disclose thousands of pages of evidence to the Mladic defence team, a judge suspended the trial.
Who has the right to vote and hold office is a central issue, especially in the Srebrenica elections.
Romance and "clandestine relationships" between ordinary Greeks and Turks is again the vehicle for another big-budget Turkish romantic comedy. The theme is far from uncommon in real life.
As Greece reels toward a second election in June, disillusioned Greeks have their say.
Representatives of several countries in the region gathered in Skopje to help promote organic agriculture. Also in business news: Sarajevo is hosting its third annual Business Forum and Croatia's economy is expected to shrink by 1% this year.
Long shielded by law enforcement in the Western Balkans, gambling operations are now in police cross-hairs.
Several nations in the Balkans are encouraging girls to consider careers in fields traditionally dominated by men.