Joint training operations and preparation for multi-national exercises are the focal points of military co-operation between Bulgaria and Serbia.
A loan from the IMF will help Albania undertake economic reforms. Also in business news: Turkey wants to increase its 20 percent stake in the Trans-Anatolia Gas Pipeline project to 30 percent by April.
Child beggars on the streets are a global phenomenon, but experts and NGOs in Southeast Europe are urging governments to take action.
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.
Activists and the EU are urging Serbia to increase protection for human rights defenders.
The two countries signed a plan for co-operation specifying joint activities this year.
Progress in minority rights protection is being implemented in accordance with EU standards and values.
A recent court ruling in Serbia limits the rights of minorities in the country, the councils said.
Despite the end of the violent protests in BiH, the message is still reverberating. SETimes spoke with one citizen who said that it is past time for change.
With 12 lost at sea, the Greek government defends its Coast Guard.
A change to the law on animal welfare in BiH draws criticism from citizens and international officials and could jeopardise EU funding.
A new government measure enables professional soldiers to work in public institutions after they retire from the military.
Bloggers debate whether reducing the number of municipalities and communes may violate rights of electoral constituencies and national minorities.
Regional co-operation is the only way to resolve the issue of missing persons in the region, experts say.
A new school in Hamil will serve Serbian students in their native language.