The Kosovo government and civil society debate the draft law on the confiscation of property.
Alternative ideas might get Greece back on its economic feet.
Analysts object to a 2002 law that allows people charged with lustration to sue their accusers.
Oil reached $115 a barrel, causing gas prices to peak in the region. Also in business news: car parts producer Bosch is opening a plant in Serbia and Greece's GDP has shrunk by 6.2 percent since April.
The political landscape in many countries in Southeast Europe is weak, and voters cease to be parties' main concern.
Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to struggle with widespread corruption.