Council of Europe could step in over Bosnia and Herzegovina’s failure to respect a deadline for amending the constitution.
More just a strain on Balkan pockets, roaming charges over EU borders are another example of how deeper regional integration could make everyone’s life easier.
Thousands rely on UN aid workers for winter clothes and heating fuel.
Opposition claims process in unconstitutional, while ruling Socialists say judicial reforms cannot be delayed by a single day.
Troubled region welcomes readiness to address longstanding grievances on both sides.
Macedonia and Greece are reopening UN-sponsored talks over their long-standing name dispute.
Ten years after entering the EU, there is one unticked box for the Black Sea pair: membership in the passport-free zone.
Estonia has accused or convicted a half-dozen people of spying for Russia since 2015, and now Moscow follows suit.
EU foreign ministers unanimously reject Netanyahu’s plea to join U.S. in moving embassies to divided city of Jerusalem.
The court proceedings signal Brussel’s willingness to enforce the policy, but EU Council chief Donald Tusk has called the furore ‘divisive.’
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