Atomstroyexport, a Russian company, wants Bulgaria to pay 1 billion euros for the damages it claims it sustained from Sofia's decision to cancel the Belene nuclear power plant.
Statistics in Kosovo show disproportion between the average salaries and the yearly average expenses per family, raising questions on where the rest of the money comes from.
Community officials accuse Skopje of using children as political tools.
Environmentalists warn of a likely ecological disaster if waste water remains untreated.
Bloggers are joyful or sceptical in Pristina, reserved and concerned in Belgrade.
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.
Golden Dawn capitalises on an anti-immigrant stance, but many Greeks refuse to accept the party.
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.