2013-04-17The soft drink company's move will employ 150. Also in business news: Vodaphone will transfer its main regional operations to Romania, and Serbia, BiH and Turkey plan to boost economic co-operation.
2013-02-22Belgrade is making progress on the country's most significant challenges.
2012-12-03Single ethnicity parties dominate the Balkan political scene, representing a history of inter-ethnic conflicts that left behind a lack of trust between different groups.
2012-12-01Pristina seeks an agreement on control of energy assets in northern Kosovo.
2012-11-26Experts believe that Belgrade would be more attractive to foreign investors if corruption is reduced.
2012-11-16Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac were convicted in 2010 for their roles in the 1995 Operation Storm.
2012-08-14While new social measures are in the making in Serbia, citizens' reactions are divided.
2012-08-10The transfer of Serbian MPs from the opposition into ruling caucuses is nothing new, but in the current parliament convocation entire parties have switched sides.
2012-06-02More than a week since his victory, Serbia President-elect Tomislav Nikolic is still sparking controversial views.
2012-05-12Some argue that recognising Kosovo's independence would bring political and economic stability to the region, but Bosnian Serbs remain resistant.
2012-04-05The resignation of President Boris Tadic has opened the way to a May 6th presidential election.
2011-12-14Serbian authorities continue to battle one of the most reprehensible crimes in the country, but critics say they often fail to treat human trafficking as organised crime.
2011-03-03Turkey is the only Southeast European country to express open opposition to the UN sanctions.
2011-01-06BELGRADE, Serbia -- Labour Minister Rasim Ljajic confirmed on Wednesday (January 5th) that any final decision regarding a government reshuffle will b...
2010-12-27BELGRADE, Serbia -- Serbia is asking The Hague war crimes tribunal to launch an investigation against a former UNMIK chief, Soren Jessen-Petersen, fo...
2010-12-16Six months after elections, the Bosniak National Council still has not been formed, triggering another round of voting.
2010-10-12Serbia's predominantly Bosniak community in Sandzak initiates a political effort to move from the status quo.
2010-09-21THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- UN war crimes tribunal chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz said on Monday (September 20th) he is not satisfied with Serbia...
2010-09-07Riots and a call for international monitors highlight tensions within the Bosniak community in Serbia's western Sandzak region.
2010-08-13As the government copes with the recession, many Serbs are losing patience with tight living conditions.
Ongoing efforts of political parties and NGOs help fuel peaceful transformation.