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.
2013-12-05Western Balkan countries expect to more readily address security threats by harmonising their security policies with those of the EU.
2013-11-18Security experts said illegal gambling funds other elements of organised crime and terrorism.
2013-11-18Kosovo's highest Islamic institution issued a statement after the police confirmed it arrested six terror suspects, some whom have fought in Syria.
2013-11-18As Belgrade hopes for EU integration by 2020, the price of reforms could be an obstacle.
2013-11-15The number of foreigners recruited to fight in the conflict has jumped by hundreds, a new report says.
2013-11-14Kosovo police deployed specialised units to locate the supporters of arrested Islamic extremists following a terrorist threat.
2013-11-13Police said two of those arrested are suspects in a November 3rd attack in Pristina against two American citizens who are members of a Christian organisation.
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.
2013-11-11The country reached the NATO integration objectives within four years and is preparing for increased responsibilities in the alliance.
2013-11-07Analysts say the agreement would strengthen Kosovo's international juridical reform.
2013-11-06Mufti Naim Ternava declared religious education and allowing headscarves in schools as his priorities.
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.
2013-11-05The vote was the first held over the entire territory of Kosovo since the country declared its independence in 2008.
2013-11-04Organised criminals and terrorist organisations are profiting from the heroin trade route in the region.
2013-11-04A four-year police investigation comes to an end, bringing more than 70 arrests on drug charges.
2013-11-04The newly formed Albanian Road Safety Council is aiming to reduce the number of traffic accidents in the country.
2013-10-30A growing number of lawsuits against the media and journalists could slow media freedom, a central requirement for EU accession, experts say.
2013-10-30The carrier's first jet was named for Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic. In other business news: Turkey's foreign aid reaches $3.43 billion this year.
2013-10-28According to a UN poll, only 16 percent of Kosovo Serbs plan to vote on Sunday.
A lack of funds has affected the pace of clearing landmines in the Balkans.