Opposition supporters attempted in vain to push through a police cordon in Tirana on Thursday near the Albanian parliament – as three more opposition MPs defied a boycott and took their seats.
An analysis of tweets about the recent anti-government protests in Serbia show that the tweeting community is just as divided as the rest of society.
Most Balkan members of the centre-right group in the European Parliament appear to support the bloc’s decision on Wednesday to suspend Hungary’s ruling party, seeing it as an acceptable compromise.
Twenty years after the killings of dozens of Kosovo Albanians by Serbian forces in the Skenderaj/Srbica area during the war, the Humanitarian Law Centre NGO hosted an event explaining what happened that day.
With the exception of Slovenians, the peoples of the Balkans are far from content with their current lives, according to a new report.
The final verdict in Radovan Karadzic’s trial was welcomed by Bosniak and Croat politicians and war victims’ groups in ethnically-divided Bosnia and Herzegovina, but condemned as biased by Bosnian Serb political leaders.
The UN tribunal in The Hague upheld wartime Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic’s conviction for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, and increased his sentence to life in prison.
State Investigation and Protection Agency officers arrested former Bosnian Serb Army soldier Dusko Suvara, who is suspected of raping Bosniak women and torturing and intimidating civilians in the Glamoc municipality in 1992.
The final verdict in the trial of former Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic for genocide and other wartime crimes will be delivered on Wednesday by the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague.
A witness in the trial of eight Serb ex-policemen for the massacre of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in the village of Kravica in 1995 told a Belgrade court how he buried the bodies of about 200 people who were executed.