2014-02-11The on-and-off Cyprus reunification talks may be revived soon, according to statements from Greek and Turkish Cypriot officials.
2014-01-22While thousands are protesting in Istanbul's streets against government corruption, supporters of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan have launched a pro-government campaign across the Balkans.
2013-12-04Social media enables people to connect with the world, but there is a danger of quickly spreading misinformation, experts say.
2013-11-12Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality received an award for raising awareness of Roma issues.
2013-11-06Mufti Naim Ternava declared religious education and allowing headscarves in schools as his priorities.
2013-10-30Ancient history and differences of religion pose challenges for both sides.
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.
2013-10-22Turkey Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was awarded a gold medal by the Bosnia National Council (BNC) for contributing the improvement of minority rights in Serbia.
2013-10-18If countries in Southeast Europe do not take steps to address lingering problems in the area of media freedom, what is ultimately at stake is democracy, the OSCE has warned.
2013-09-10An election in the Kosovo Islamic Community shows clear differences between two leading candidates.
2013-08-26The new centre covers 11 countries across southern Europe.
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.
2013-07-08In Turkey, religious dress can be seen as more than a fashion choice, but the Balkans it is different.
2013-07-05The prime minister greeted the Balkans in a recent speech, but not everyone was flattered.
2013-06-18Brutality by police also undermines prospects for Turkey's EU candidacy, according to officials.
2013-06-13Officials in the EU warn that the government's harsh treatment of Taksim Square demonstrators could slow its bid to join the Union.
2013-06-12Clashes between protesters and police began early on Tuesday.
2013-03-06The two prime ministers signed 25 agreements to boost co-operation. Also in business news: Bulgaria's energy regulator proposed cutting electricity prices and BiH Airlines will launch a new route April 1st.
2013-03-01Several agreements are expected to be signed during the prime ministers' meetings.
In hopes of smoothing the relations between Pristina and Belgrade in carrying out the Brussels agreement, KFOR and Serbian Army officials are discussing co-operation.