North Macedonia shock Germany in World Cup qualifiers as France, England and Spain grind out wins.
Over the last week Serbia has thrown its doors open to regional populations in a bid to garner goodwill.
It has become one of the most pressing issues in the region and there's no silver bullet to fix it.
With mounting political problems at home Bulgaria’s government looks to divert attention.
After two days of heated debate, lawmakers voted 62-51 in the 120-member assembly in favour of the new government led by Social Democrat leader Zoran Zaev, 46. Seven members were absent.
The ruling SDSM party won 36.9 percent of the votes while nationalist VMRO-DPMNE came second with 35.9 percent.
The government said the eight-day state of emergency that came into force immediately will allow authorities to make the necessary preparations to ensure public health is protected during the campaign and voting amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The event was a pledging conference for the vaccines alliance GAVI, which says the funds will be used to vaccinate about 300 million children in dozens of countries against diseases like malaria, pneumonia and HPV.
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The high amount of coronavirus casualties in Italy has compounded the already short supply of Muslim burial spots.
The controversial law could backfire badly.
Leaders of Montenegro, Serbia, North Macedonia and Albania - all Western Balkan countries blighted by wars in the 1990s that also aspire to join the European Union - met in the Albanian capital Tirana to give shape to the idea.
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