The Serbian holiday of Vidovdan was marked in Kosovo by numerous incidents between Serbs and Albanians, and Serbian authorities said there was an attack on a police checkpoint in the municipality of Bujanovac.
The mandate to form the new Serbian government has been given to Socialist Party of Serbia leader Ivica Dacic -- pushing former President Boris Tadic into the opposition.
Cyprus becomes the fifth eurozone member to receive a bailout, but in its case, just days before it assumes the EU presidency.
Most bloggers said they do not believe Dino Asanaj committed suicide, and some link his untimely death to Kosovo's shady privatisation dealings.
The financial crisis hits another regional country as Cyprus looks for a bailout. Also in business news: Kosovo has relaunched a procedure to privatise the state-controlled post and telecom company RTK.
An EU strategy aimed at improving the quality of life for those living along the Danube is moving forward, despite the crisis in the eurozone.
Belgrade's Mikser Festival proves to be a regional creative output, bringing original ideas under one umbrella.