2013-12-09Small and medium enterprises brave the risks during the economic crisis and show results.
2013-12-05The Ayvalik film festival is praised by its international participants and the audience for providing a platform for dialogue and co-operation through movies.
2013-12-04Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline is to begin in 2015. In other business news: Romania's president balks at a standby deal with the European Commission and the IMF.
2013-12-03The visa would cover daily travel, and is designed to increase relations between the two countries, experts say.
2013-12-02Officials and experts say the arrangement could be mutually beneficial for doctors in need of work and a nation in need of more doctors.
2013-11-29Officials said regional cadets and doctors training at Turkey's facilities will help military forces throughout the region.
2013-11-29Bulgaria takes measures to deal with overwhelming influx of asylum seekers from Syria and prevent illegal entries into the country, officials in Sofia say.
2013-11-28UNESCO awards a Turkish museum owner for promoting a culture of peace and coexistence.
2013-11-27Historians and civil leaders say it should remain a museum to symbolise Istanbul's multicultural past and present.
2013-11-25Analysts say the new Albanian government will benefit the relationship between Skopje and Tirana.
2013-11-13Some experts said they worry austerity measures applied to Greece's defence industries can affect national security.
2013-11-13The pipeline to connect Serbia to the South Stream gas project will be about 450 kilometres long. In other business news: Bulgaria hopes for another strong winter tourism season.
2013-11-12Authorities believe the killings were done by an offshoot of a terrorist group targeting judges, politicians, journalists and symbols of capitalism and enemies of anarchists.
2013-11-11The country reached the NATO integration objectives within four years and is preparing for increased responsibilities in the alliance.
2013-11-11After a Roma couple accused of kidnapping a child were arrested in Greece, pressure on the minority group has increased throughout Europe.
2013-11-06Cyprus, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Turkey follow in the 2014 Doing Business report. In other business news: The UN warns about the hazards of corruption for businesses.
2013-11-05Already facing a recession and gripped by austerity, Greece's iconic olive oil industry faces challenges, but experts say this year's decrease in production won't raise prices.
2013-11-05Security leaders agree that improved co-ordination and sharing of information is critical in the fight against terrorists.
2013-10-31The story of the "blonde angel," a 4-year-old girl named Maria, raises the issue of child trafficking in Balkans.
2013-10-30Ancient history and differences of religion pose challenges for both sides.
Croatia's accession to the EU opened the market to energy providers and is leading to lower household bills.