French President Macron says he does not want "a Balkans that turns toward Turkey or Russia" but neither does he want the European Union to enlarge before it has solved its problems at its current size.
Today, no more than 800 Jews live in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, down from around 12,500 before World War II.
"Why not a single president, as a symbol of national unity?" says Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, arguing his country and Kosovo could one day have a single president.
Aleksandar Vucic's two-day visit is seen as an attempt to solve a number of issues between the two Balkan countries and boost economic ties between them despite divisions stemming from the war in the 1990s that followed the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Edward J. Erickson, a US army veteran and historian, explains how ethnic tensions unravelled in the Middle East following World War I.
61-year-old Naser Kelmendi denies all charges against him, which include the possession, distribution and sale of drugs.
Greece says the name "Macedonia" implies a territorial claim over its own northern region of that name. Row between the two countries has blocked the ex-Yugoslav republic's attempts to join NATO and EU.
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic lay wreaths at a monument for the 116 Muslim civilians killed by Bosnian Croats in the village Ahmici in central Bosnia in 1993.
The dispute between Skopje and Athens dates back to Macedonia's declaration of independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and has strained neighbourly relations.
Athens has blocked the Republic of Macedonia's attempts to join NATO and objects to its EU membership bid because it says the name Macedonia implies a territorial claim over Greece's own northerly region of that name.
It has been 25 years since Czechoslovakia split into two autonomous states, Czech Republic
Edin Mehic, entrepreneur and businessman talked to TRT World about the future of Sarajevo.
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