EULEX charged a group of 15 former senior Kosovo Liberation Army commanders with war crimes.
The authorities are showing results in fighting organised crime groups that smuggle Kosovo citizens abroad.
The BiH Constitutional Court released 10 men convicted of war crimes due to a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.
The Serbian Justice Ministry changed its criminal procedure code on October 1st.
The final verdict in the case against Mevlid Jasarevic shows that BiH institutions are effective against terrorism, officials said.
Security experts said illegal gambling funds other elements of organised crime and terrorism.
BiH should take more sufficient steps to fight high-level corruption, the EU says.
Organised criminals and terrorist organisations are profiting from the heroin trade route in the region.
A four-year police investigation comes to an end, bringing more than 70 arrests on drug charges.
A growing number of lawsuits against the media and journalists could slow media freedom, a central requirement for EU accession, experts say.
Bloggers criticise a decision by Romania's general prosecutor to remove anti-corruption prosecutor Lucian Papici.
The two countries increasingly use specialised units to address the growing number of cybercrimes.
Analysts praise the court sentencing Akis Tsochatzopoulos and 16 co-defendants and urge Greece to continue to pursue corruption cases.
Prison vacations and other benefits can lead to breakouts, officials say.
A proposed Balkan police force would focus on organised crime networks who are trying to outmanoeuvre national police forces.