Turkey abandons its putative battle against ISIL in Syria after the eruption of a row with Moscow following the downing of a Russia plane
Police in Montenegro on Oct. 24 fired teargas for the second successive weekend to break up around 5,000 protesters who marched on the parliament demanding the resignation of veteran Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and snap elections
Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has said Turkey aims to strengthen economic relations with Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina as soon as possible
Police in Kosovo fired tear gas on Oct. 12 on dozens of protesters who threw stones and smashed windows after a leading opposition MP was taken in for questioning.
Gazprom has almost halved the planned capacity of its Turkish Stream gas pipeline project to 32 billion cubic meters (bcm) per year from an original capacity of 63 bcm, Gazprom Chief Executive Officer Alexei Miller said on Oct. 6.
Croatia and Serbia traded ugly barbs Sept. 24 and slammed tit-for-tat border restrictions on each other as Hungary started building yet another razor-wire barrier to keep refugees out, this time from neighbouring Slovenia.
Two decades of frontier-free travel across Europe unravelled on Sept.14 as countries re-established border controls in the face of an unprecedented influx of migrants, which broke the record for the most arrivals by land in a single day.
An exhibition on Ottoman scholar and intellectual Matrakçı Nasuh opened in Belgrade on Sept. 15.
The Turkish national basketball team has been handed a heavy defeat by host France at Eurobasket 2015, bidding farewell to its dreams of a podium finish, or at least an Olympic berth
Austrian police found the decomposing bodies of up to 50 migrants in an abandoned truck on Aug. 27, sparking a cross-border hunt for the people-smugglers responsible for the latest tragedy in Europe's migrant crisis.
Serbia and Kosovo reached a "landmark" agreement in several key areas on Aug. 25 in a major step towards normalising ties after war and Pristina's unilateral declaration of independence, the EU said.
Bulgaria’s army stepped in on Aug. 25 to buttress the southwestern border with Macedonia, which has been hit in recent days by an unprecedented influx of migrants.
When Wael and his relatives from Syria climbed into an inflatable boat in the dead of night to cross the sea from Turkey to Greece, they abandoned all their belongings -- except their smartphones.
Serbia’s prime minister hinted Aug. 19 at a possible snap election, confident of winning a new four-year mandate with his opponents close to disarray, the state news agency reported.
Antalya-based Fusion Tour has launched an Islamic cruise business expanding the spectrum of halal tourism, a rising trend in Turkey and its region
A former Yugoslav general was arrested in Montenegro on July 19 on suspicion of having committed war crimes in the 1990s, an official source in Podgorica said
Russia vetoed a draft UN resolution on July 8 that would have recognized the Srebrenica massacre as genocide, triggering warnings the bitter diplomatic wrangling could spark renewed violence.
Their leaders have paid their respects to the victims, begged forgiveness "on their knees," and deplored a "heinous crime," but Serbia and Serbs still stubbornly refuse to call the Srebrenica massacre a genocide, experts say
Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on July 7 his government unanimously agreed to send him to a July 11 commemoration of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, hours after the United Nations Security Council postponed debate over a resolution to mark the 20th anniversary.
Organized by the European Design Organization in a different European city each year, the ninth edition of European Design Conference and Awards Ceremony was held in Istanbul on May 23 2015.
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