2013-05-18In order to prevent frequent electricity shortages, the Balkans should focus on joint energy projects, according to energy analysts.
2013-05-16Turkey and the Balkans show signs of progress following investments in medical services.
2013-05-15Experts advocate a more pragmatic foreign policy between majority Muslim nations and the Middle East.
2013-05-15The joint working groups will target the Nabucco gas pipeline. Also in business news: The International Financial Corporation is holding bank training for financial employees in the region.
2013-05-14Smugglers and travelers use border villages, mountains, rivers and forests to illegally cross borders.
2013-05-13Murder for religious motives goes against Islamic beliefs, experts say.
2013-05-13Economic opportunity and education are necessary tools in halting spread of extremism among youth.
2013-05-11Industrial and intellectual property protection in Albania will boost the country's economy and attract investors, experts say.
2013-05-10Officials from the office for protection of cultural heritage are among 19 suspects arrested.
2013-05-08Communication and regional-level discussion are some of the most effective tools in the fight against organised crime and corruption, officials and experts say.
2013-05-06Analysts warn that counterfeit money is becoming a serious problem in the Balkans.
2013-05-06A draft law against financing terrorism has been approved by the Albanian government and is being discussed in parliament.
2013-05-02A national donor campaign in Macedonia unites ethnic, religious and social divides in a common goal.
2013-05-01The state will assist Macedonian municipalities to solve their infrastructure problems.
2013-05-01Seven air carriers in the region plan to increase co-operation. Also in business news: German company Henkel will invest 7 million euros in a factory in BiH, and 15,000 public jobs in Greece will be cut by the end of 2014.
2013-04-25Joint work by national parks in the region could improve tourism.
2013-04-24A Serbian company will provide Turkey's Tomosan with tractor parts through 2016. Also in business news: Albania, Greece and Italy have established a committee tasked with overseeing their parts in the Trans Adriatic Pipeline project.
2013-04-23Sharing specialised technology and other co-operation results in more drug arrests, extradition of traffickers and seizure of criminals' assets.
2013-04-22Turkey has clamped down on drug trafficking, accounting 16 percent of global heroin seizures.
2013-04-20Regional police, judiciary action results in arrests of organised crime group for drug smuggling.
Economic opportunity and education are necessary tools in halting spread of extremism among youth.