Since 1991, Athens had objected to its neighbour being called Macedonia because Greece has a historic northern province of the same name. Greece has blocked Macedonia's NATO and EU integration until it changes the name.
Most recently, six men were given prison sentences for fighting with terror groups in Syria.
Croatian journalists face threats, lawsuits and political pressure as the country is criticised for its stance on media freedom.
Despite warnings by the Turkish government and pledges by Macedonia to fight FETO, the Balkan country announced funding for a FETO-linked newspaper in Skopje.
Mustafa Kaymakci, head of the Culture and Solidarity Association of the Turks of Rhodes, Kos, and the Dodecanese, says a plot of land spanning over 34,000 sq m belonging to the NGO is set to be sold off in an auction later this month.
Anti-government protests in Serbia continued this week for the sixth week, with protesters marching in silence to commemorate the assassination of Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic this time last year in Northern Kosovo.
Could unlikely alliances between Serb and Croatian hardliners threaten the country’s unity?
Buoyed by the Ukrainian Church splitting from the Russian Church - Montenegro and Macedonia attempt their own escape.
President Aleksandar Vucic has increasingly clamped down on the opposition arousing widespread discontent with his rule.
Kosovo passed laws to build an army, asserting its statehood in a US-backed move that prompted outrage in Serbia, which does not recognise its former province's independence.
Kosovo's parliament has approved the formation of an army, a move that has angered Serbia which says it would threaten peace in the war-scarred region.
US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Palmer says that Macedonia could become the 30th member of NATO "as early as in 18 months from now."
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