The surprise acquittal of two former Croatian generals in The Hague raises questions on the potential impact on other trials.
Macedonia's health minister refuses to negotiate with the doctors on strike.
Rebuilding the Banja Luka mosque signals renewed religious tolerance and co-existence in the community.
Education is seen as key to reintegration of repatriated Roma, but is complicated by extreme poverty and language barriers.
Bloggers argue against construction at Banja Luka's Kastel fortress as well as other historical monuments.
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.
The global obesity pandemic is sweeping through Southeast Europe, experts warn, pointing to lack of physical activity and poor diet as the main culprits.
At a recent regional initiative, volunteers handed out leaflets and posters reading, "Human beings do not have a price," aiming to reach the entire region with its message.