In an extraordinary session, the parliament voted 104-7 to discharge the president with three abstentions. The final approval lies with Albania’s Constitutional Court within three months.
PM Mario Draghi wanted to propose at May 24 summit that EU make a deal with Libya to offer financial aid in exchange for hosting refugees, local media had reported.
Fast-tracking Balkan NATO enlargement would help the US anchor a slipping Bosnia and Kosovo.
A new proposal to redraw borders in the Balkans is causing a heated discussion with some believing it may be just what the region needs.
Over the last week Serbia has thrown its doors open to regional populations in a bid to garner goodwill.
Genocide denial has comfortably situated itself in mainstream discourse after a systematic effort to minimise the crimes committed against Bosnian Muslims in the 1990s.
Strong 6.3 magnitude earthquake hits central Greece, prompting residents in the city of Larissa to rush into the streets, with shocks felt as far away as neighbouring Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro.
Coronavirus has killed more than 2.47 million people and infected over 111.6 million globally. Here are virus-related developments for February 21:
Can Albin Kurti and Kosovo’s likely new prime minister, steer the country towards political stability and economic prosperity?
With mounting political problems at home Bulgaria’s government looks to divert attention.
Fetullah Gulen's terrorist organisation has made major inroads in the Balkans where those who oppose them are bullied into silence.
A quarter of a century after the atrocities in Bosnia, dreams of a Greater Serbia still resonate.
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