The Belgrade court decisions on war crimes committed in Kosovo will help improve the relationship between Albanians and Serbs, experts and citizens said.
The arrests of five suspects bring a long-desired relief from a terror group's actions.
An amendment is seen as an effort to increase public trust in the police.
Thousands of workers from Southeast Europe headed to Sochi for what sounded like a dream job in constructing venues for the Olympic Games. In some cases, when they arrived, they found out differently.
An arrest warrant and extradition request have sparked a debate between Serbia and BiH on protocol.
By seizing criminals' assets, countries in the region hope to prevent corruption and crime.
Greeks debate the need to offer prison furloughs to terrorists and hardened criminals.
A newly implemented court network will improve the pace of judicial proceedings by spreading cases more evenly among judges, experts say.
Croatia aims to have 80 percent of its illegal buildings either legalised or demolished by 2015.
EU officials have praised Croatia for using the European arrest warrant, which has been the subject of a months-long dispute between Brussels and Zagreb.
Kosovo authorities said the slaying was intended to spread fear at a time when the government is trying to consolidate rule of law in the Serb-dominated north.
The Serbian Prosecutor's Office for Organised Crime has completed its preliminary investigation of 24 privatisations.
The EU invested more than 7 million euros in BiH's justice system to help the country deal with war crime cases more efficiently.
Electronic filing, random audits and other measures are reducing instances of tax evasion, experts said.
Both countries institute measures to deal with corrupt practices, including in the judiciary.