The recent arrests could assist in implementing the rule of law in Kosovo, one analyst said.
Seventeen years after the worse mass killings in Europe since WWII, the small town of Srebrenica is starting to mend ethnic tensions.
The new institution will liberalise the home loan market, and will allow citizens and businesses to obtain mortgages.
The murder of a Japanese tourist in Romania is resulting in a crackdown against illegal taxis at Bucharest Otopeni International Airport.
Croatia has drawn about 10 million tourists so far this year. Also in business news: Youth unemployment in Greece is among the highest in Europe and Turkey is set to become Europe's top emerging logistics market over the next five years.
Enterpreneurship in small businesses has flourished in some parts of the region.
In its fifth year, the Mitrovica Rock School has fostered ties between ethnic groups and shown many that there are few differences in the problems each face.