A dozen others also face charges of financial skulduggery at the Balkans’ biggest food producer.
Spiraling scandal at debt-ridden Agrokor could have a ripple effect across the Balkans.
Belgrade, Zagreb accuse each other of erecting statues to war criminals in latest finger-pointing episode.
Ignoring Zagreb’s scorn, Serbian ministers and others honor a man whose legacy is interpreted in radically different ways in each country.
Slovenian prime minister canceled planned meeting with his Croatian counterpart over rejection of arbitration ruling.
Balkan leaders tackle the thorny issue of maritime borders between the two Adriatic neighbors at Bled Strategic Forum.
Bosnia’s hopes of blocking a project it claims will block its access to the open sea are growing dim.
A much-anticipated soccer match in 2014 ended in farce when a drone unfurled the flag, infuriating Serbian players and fans.
Austrian woman pulled strings to help save thousands of children from Ustasa concentration camps.
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