Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic went on trial for genocide on Wednesday, accused of leading the slaughter of 8,000 unarmed Muslim boys and men in Srebrenica in 1995, Europe's worst atrocity since World War II.
MSNBC: May 18, 2012
There has been no change in NATO's position concerning the accession of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) ahead of the Chicago summit
May 15, 2012
Two elections took place in the Balkans on May 6, and when historians look back, I think they’ll see a tipping point: The day Serbia ceded to Greece its place as the region’s most troublesome country.
Bloomberg: May 14, 2012
Police in FYROM said they had arrested 20 people on Tuesday, including radical Islamists who fought with the Taliban in Afghanistan, for the murder of five men at a lake near the capital Skopje in mid-April.
Reuters: May 1, 2012
The president of the "Omonia" political organization in neighboring Albania, Vassilis Bolanos, on Tuesday denounced what he called the "unacceptable and selective" demolition of buildings belonging to ethnic Greeks in the Himare region.
April 25, 2012
Artur Metaj made his first drachmas in 1991 selling Bermuda shorts to U.S. soldiers stationed in the Greek capital, Athens. Greece offered Albanians like Metaj their first taste of capitalism after the collapse of four decades of Communist rule.
Reuters Africa: April 6, 2012
Serbia and Greece Friday signed a memorandum on cooperation in agriculture, which should contribute to increasing the trade in agricultural and food products between the two countries
March 30, 2012