Balkans
Bosnia developed, not afraid of Serbs says Ganic
At the anniversary of independence, Ejup Ganic a former member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency Council and close friend of Alija İzetbegovic assessed the 21 years.

Early election for Bulgaria after government quits
Wednesday's resignation by Borisov's rightist government has failed to quell anger in the European Union's poorest country over high utility bills

No Problem with Macedonia, Just with Nationalist Rhetoric - Bulgarian FM
Bulgaria does not have a problem with Macedonia and its aspirations for EU membership but with the nationalist rhetoric of some of its political leaders, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov declared at a trilateral meeting…

Serbia won't be a 'safe country' any time soon
The Serbian government has prepared comprehensive measures aimed at reducing the number of Serbian asylum seekers in the EU, Serbian media reports. But judging from statements made by the Serbian officials, it is obvious that they…

The internal dimensions of Hajj
The ultimate destination You are the luckiest person in the world. Allah has invited you personally to His House.

'Populars' and populists in Bucharest
Romanian capital, Bucharest, is the scene of an unprecedented PR battle.

The Balkan Wars: 100 Years Later, a History of Violence
A century ago today, the Balkan wars began. On Oct. 8, 1912, the tiny Kingdom of Montenegro declared war on the weak Ottoman Empire, launching an invasion of Albania, then under nominal Turkish rule. Three other Balkan states in league…

"Wise king Alija" to be commemorated in Bosnia
The founding president of Bosnia-Herzegovinia, Alija Izetbegovic, or the "Wise King" who died 9 years ago, commemorated on Friday in Bosnia.

Former Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic opens defense, rejects charges
Former leader of the Bosnian Serbs Radovan Karadzic denied charges of genocide and crimes against humanity as he opened Tuesday his defense in the trial at the UN tribunal