Human rights groups and the opposition criticise light court sentences and a dropped investigation into violence against immigrants.
Initial meetings of youth organisations result in agreements for joint projects.
Police action in Croatia resulted in an 11 percent increase in the seizure of illegal drugs, and authorities are following new drugs that are emerging on the market.
The countries make incremental steps to improving relations.
The Alliance provides funds and equipment to children and adults with special needs.
Experts warn that Ebola is a major threat to the region and could be used as a weapon by terrorists.
Armies in the region have been improving their co-operation through joint military medicine activities.
Bloggers are divided whether the government can implement the law and protect public health.
Lawmakers say they are committed to meeting the EU deadlines to move the accession process along.
Germany and France have agreed to establish joint expert working groups with Albania and Serbia.
A campaign to raise awareness about hate speech on the internet reaches 15 cities in BiH.
The entity plans to create its own residency law in advance of the October general elections, although similar legislation is stalled in the state-level parliament.
Although unions have launched protests over the adoption of the reformed Labour Law, Finance Minister Lazar Krstic resigned, believing that the reforms should be even swifter and tougher.
Bloggers argue on the way to EU membership, women need to join the highest decision-making positons in government.
Humanitarian organisations seek assistance from businesses to reach the disadvantaged.