Officials' involvement in organised crime raises the issue of cross-border security.
Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro are joining an OSCE initiative that aims to increase the countries' abilities to fight organised crime and terrorism.
Experts laud police action, say terrorism financers and trainers should be arrested next.
Authorities intensify the fight against money laundering and narcotics trafficking.
Efforts by the authorities as well as the end of duty tariffs on car imports have had an impact.
Experts and officials said that the Karadzic verdict could help unify BiH.
The efforts coincide with government calls for lesser sentences but bigger fines.
Authorities in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina detain more people suspected of ties to violent extremist organisations.
ICTY chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz said the country's progress in dealing with war criminals is evident.
Officials said 13 million pre-paid cards are used in Romania and, apart from terrorism, they can be misused in a wide range of illegal activities.
The Serbian War Crimes Prosecution ordered an investigation of the military general Dragan Zivanovic, the first general suspected by the Serbian judiciary of command responsibility for war crimes in Kosovo.
Bloggers are divided whether the government can implement the law and protect public health.
Indictments by an EU task force are expected to be filed once a special court is established next year.
The trial raised questions about the judiciary, as well as safety conditions at clubs.
A Skopje court sentenced six people for 2012 murders that officials say were committed to put ethnic Macedonians and Albanians in conflict.