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Fourteen defendants face charges of planning to kill the prime minister and sow disruption to stop the Serbian neighbor from joining NATO.
Podgorica bans events commemorating creation of Yugoslavia, while billboards in Russian city of Vladimir attempt to sanitize the Soviet-era security forces.
Bosnian police shut down a border crossing on Monday to stop migrants from entering neighboring Croatia.
The EU and the U.S. join local journalists, activists in condemning the move, seen as an attempt by ruling party to stifle editorial independence.
Moscow denies lurid allegations of involvement in plot to install pro-Russian government.
Increasing violence against journalists from the Balkan country draws widespread condemnation from the international community.
Kosovans are hoping to travel visa-free in the EU once lawmakers ratify controversial agreement.
Domestic discord over Montenegro border demarcation agreement is blocking Kosovo’s bid for visa-free travel in the EU.