Europe's forthcoming stagflation has called for prudent and frugal budgetary planning in the region.
The head of parliament's budget and finance commission said funding should not be used as pretext for judiciary's inefficiency.
The election of the first headscarved woman in Bosnia and Herzegovina sends an important message to Europe.
Bloggers strongly condemn recent football fans' displays of war-crime imagery.
Eurozone finance ministers will decide on the next 32.6 billion-euro tranche of the international bailout for Greece next week. Also in business news: The biggest corporate energy spenders in the Balkans are Macedonia and Montenegro; and Cyprus launched a fresh round of talks with potential international lenders at the EU, European Central Bank and the IMF.
A series of incidents at sporting events in Serbia and the region have resulted in a debate about racism in sports.
The Hotel and Tourism Association held its annual European competition in Macedonia.