New organization should help counter foreign fighters emanating from the Balkans, though countries say they have already stemmed the flow abroad.
Edi Rama says his country is a model of religious tolerance and social cohesion.
Greeks accept olive branch over WWII, but rights of ethnic minorities, handling of current migrant crisis, remain heated.
Saudi cleared of al-Qaeda links demands Tirana pay for ‘mismanaging’ his seized Albanian properties.
Concerns over a weak justice system and the reach of organized crime have held back country’s European integration for years.
Serbia’s premier voices the region’s growing ambivalence over the European project.
Illegal and legal logging may have destroyed more than half the country’s forests since 1990, environmentalists say.
Police claim to have destroyed more than 100 tons of marijuana in the past two years.
A greater percentage of violent deaths in Albania involved guns in 2013 than in the U.S., a cause of concern highlighted in its EU country progress report.
The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.
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