2014-12-08Vojislav Seselj has shaken the political scene in Serbia and upset victims of war crimes in the region.
2013-08-24Divided by ethnicity and politics, two residents of Mitrovica find common ground in efforts to locate missing relatives.
2012-12-31The countries in Southeast Europe will undergo effervescent political, economical and social events in the year ahead.
2012-10-17Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a speech, describes the UN Security Council's stance on strife in neighbouring Syria as "negligence."
2012-07-28UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon told the Macedonian parliament that it is "imperative" the country's long-standing name dispute with Greece be solved.
2012-07-27Ban said that the UN did not fulfill its responsibility by failing to prevent the Srebrenica genocide.
2012-07-25UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged Kosovo and Serbia to take further steps towards normalising relations.
2012-07-19Israeli authorities blame Tehran for a terrorist attack at the airport of Bulgaria's Black Sea port of Burgas, in which five Israeli tourists and a bus driver were killed.
2012-04-09Cyprus is the happiest country in Southeast Europe, according to a recent UN-commissioned survey, listing Bulgaria among the ten unhappiest nations in the world.
2012-03-27As the UN squeezes Greek and Turkish Cypriots to find a solution for the divided island, few expect a miracle before Greek Cypriots assume the EU presidency in July.
2012-01-26A final effort is being made to unite the divided island, but many believe that the stalemate will continue.
2011-11-16Despite some optimism regarding recent talks, the Cyprus issue remains deadlocked over core issues.
2011-11-10The shootout in northern Kosovo's Brdjani/Bergjani neighbourhood left one dead and two wounded.
2011-09-02The price will be the end of Turkey's friendship, foreign minister Davotoglu says. Meanwhile, a UN panel finds that Israel used "excessive force" in raiding an aid flotilla, although its naval blockade is deemed legal.
2011-07-19Hopes are rising for the reunification of Cyprus following a string of positive statements by Turkey's foreign minister and the UN secretary-general.
2011-07-11The UN chief said he hopes that by October the leaders will be able to report that they have reached convergence on all core issues.
2011-05-31ANKARA, Turkey -- Democratic governments cannot stop citizens from sending a new humanitarian aid flotilla to Gaza, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu...
2011-05-27ZAGREB, Croatia -- Croatia and Slovenia have submitted an arbitration agreement to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on their long-standing sea border...
2011-05-11The annual event highlights the economic, social and educational status of women.
2011-05-11GENEVA, Switzerland -- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes that a new meeting on the name dispute between Skopje and Athens should be initiated...
Citizens and activists strongly condemn acts of terrorism that are creating a fear of Muslims in the region.