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.
2013-10-30A growing number of lawsuits against the media and journalists could slow media freedom, a central requirement for EU accession, experts say.
2013-08-06Human rights activists say the court's ruling doesn't punish those most responsible for crimes at the Morinj camp.
2013-07-31The new office will focus on anti-corruption efforts at all levels and is a crucial component of the country's EU accession efforts.
2013-07-23Workers at Kombinat Aluminijuma Podgorica say their "lives are at stake" as the aluminum plant falls into bankruptcy.
2013-06-24Tape recordings of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists' officials have exposed potential misuse of public funds and resources to obtain votes.
2013-04-25Filip Vujanovic won a second term in the April 7th presidential election.
2013-04-13Vujanovic wins re-election to the presidency, but opposition Democratic Front vows not to accept the results.
2013-02-15State plans to cross-check records to collect taxes on properties worth more than 350,000 euros.
2013-01-18Human rights in the Balkans require better access to information, implementation of legal provisions, and collaboration of the government and NGO sector.
2012-12-12Much is expected of Milo Djukanovic in his seventh term as prime minister.
2012-10-18Montenegro takes important step in consolidating conduct of democratic elections, but some key issues remain, ODIHR/OSCE election observers say.
2012-09-22Many view the election as a government-opposition dance which benefits the political parties rather than citizens, but some are hopeful of positive changes.
2012-08-14Volunteerism, known in the former Yugoslavia as youth working initiatives, gains a new impetus two decades after its heyday.
2012-03-08A journalist is assaulted in front of her home as Montenegro faces renewed international criticism that its independent media is under political pressure from authorities.
2012-01-16Montenegrin state prosecutors are in the hot seat in the wake of corruption scandal involving privatisation of the state telecom.
2012-01-16A bid for Montenergo's Pobjeda newspaper has raised questions of political and media connections.
2011-12-30One of the biggest scandals in Montenegro, complete with political connotations involving the ruling party, stems from illegal construction.
2011-05-23PODGORICA, Montenegro -- Former US President Bill Clinton said on Sunday (May 22nd) that Balkan countries should continue efforts to join the EU and...
2011-05-22PODGORICA, Montenegro -- The ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) re-elected Milo Djukanovic as leader for another four-year term on Saturday...
A lack of funds has affected the pace of clearing landmines in the Balkans.