2014-01-20Members of the European Parliament have sent an open letter to the Croatian public, saying that the referendum on minority rights is "dangerous and unconstitutional."
2013-12-30Southeast Europe needs to strengthen anti-corruption efforts to reach progress in EU integration process, officials and analysts say.
2013-12-26EU member states' South Stream contracts with Moscow violate Union rules, officials say.
2013-12-20Local government administrators expect a revival of city-to-city relations will promote commercial and cultural ties.
2013-12-18Personal tax levels will increase from 10 percent to as much as 23 percent, the government announced. In other business news: The European Commission approves a financial aid package for Greek highways.
2013-12-03The authorities are showing results in fighting organised crime groups that smuggle Kosovo citizens abroad.
2013-10-21Projects aim to protect the environment while allowing border regions to flourish.
2013-10-17By pursuing a case against INA and MOL, Croatia is showing that it is actively battling corruption, an expert said.
2013-09-24A new agreement provides Turkish instruction in nine elementary schools in Sarajevo.
2013-09-23Macedonia and Turkey will co-operate to "improve the living standards" of their citizens, officials in Ankara and Skopje say.
2013-09-18As the Syrian conflict continues, the EU is seeing a spike in refugees, along with Turkey.
2013-08-26The new centre covers 11 countries across southern Europe.
2013-08-10Establishing and implementing an anti-discrimination strategy will be a key component of Serbia's efforts on the path toward EU accession.
2013-07-22An increased number of asylum seekers from Kosovo will adversely affect the country's visa liberalisation process, officials in Pristina warn.
2013-07-17A European Investment Bank loan will finance projects for small and medium-sized companies. Also in business news: a Bulgarian highway is the first to directly connect Sofia to the Black Sea.
2013-07-13A declaration by the Serbian parliament and a dedication of monuments acknowledges World War II-era killings in Vojvodina, paving the way for improved relations.
2013-06-28Analysts say that in his first year in office, the Serbian president addressed important areas of governance.
2013-06-12Janez Jansa was convicted of seeking a 2 million euro bribe when he was prime minister of Slovenia.
2013-05-23Exchange of personnel, skills, and knowledge will lower costs in aviation companies.
2013-05-14Smugglers and travelers use border villages, mountains, rivers and forests to illegally cross borders.
Child beggars on the streets are a global phenomenon, but experts and NGOs in Southeast Europe are urging governments to take action.