The sale of Greek gambling monopoly OPAP is a start on the privatisation path, analysts say.
With local elections set for Sunday, the ministry of public administration says efforts to establish accurate voter lists is ongoing.
The majority of citizens believe dialogue and political solutions will guarantee their rights.
The suspects' dual Kosovo-Macedonian citizenship may delay or even stop their extradition from Kosovo to Macedonia.
Some Serbian priests joined north Kosovo Serbs in a protest last week.
Experts advocate a more pragmatic foreign policy between majority Muslim nations and the Middle East.
As expected, Sunday's early parliamentary elections in Bulgaria failed to produce a clear winner.
Authorities say FBiH Deputy Prime Minister Jerko Ivankovic-Lijanovic and others bought votes to sway the 2010 election.
The focus of the early parliamentary elections has been overshadowed by a recent wiretapping case.
Communication and regional-level discussion are some of the most effective tools in the fight against organised crime and corruption, officials and experts say.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina government passed the amendments to the state law on conflicts of interest, but NGOs claim the changes fall short of transparency.
Surge in racist attacks tied to elected extremist party.
An analyst says police are paying special attention to not anger peaceful Islamic followers as they investigate reports of violent extremism.
A draft law against financing terrorism has been approved by the Albanian government and is being discussed in parliament.
With the milestone of brokering an agreement acheived, officials in Pristina and Belgrade now face the challenge of implementing the plan.