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Serbia, Albania and North Macedonia row back on EU summit snub threat
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As Montenegro turns on itself, its new government doubles down
The tiny Balkan state has been wracked by instability and division since elections last year.
Slovenia's Janša: Brussels exceeding powers on rule of law crackdown
Slovenia's leader tells Euronews the EU Commission is 'close to breaking the law' in its efforts to ensure member states comply with the bloc's fundamental values.
EU commits €9 billion to Western Balkans but divisions persist
EU leaders met in Slovenia to reaffirm their intention to welcome the six Western Balkan countries but failed to deliver major political breakthroughs.
Where do Western Balkan nations stand with their EU membership bids?
As a summit is held on expanding EU membership to the Western Balkans, we look at where each country is with its bid to join.
Western Balkan power plants estimated to have killed 19,000 in Europe
Over the last three years, almost 19,000 people died as a result of pollution from coal-fired power plants in the Western Balkans, according to estimates in a new report
15 years on, Montenegro's vote to quit Serbia still cuts deep
The deep divide that was exposed by the referendum in 2006 still defines politics in Montenegro.
Albania & North Macedonia's EU membership bids 'must be together'
Brussels had been considering both applications together, but last week Olivér Várhelyi, the European commissioner for enlargement, told Euronews that decoupling the bids "might be an option" if Bulgaria continues to oppose North Macedonia's entrance in the bloc.
Changing borders in the Balkans 'would lead to a bloodbath'
He was reacting to an explosive non-paper advocating the redrawing of borders of countries formed after Yugoslavia’s breakup.
Why is EU silent over explosive memo on redrawing Bosnia's borders?
The implications of a leaked memo proposing to re-draw Western Balkans borders along ethnic lines are too far-reaching to be brushed under the carpet, expert Florian Bieber told Euronews.
North Macedonia's woes could hamper Albania's EU bid, says PM Edi Rama
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama told Euronews that "internal problems" within the EU could delay his country's accession to the bloc.
Hungarian mayors battle government over finances
Opposition mayors in Eastern Europe are raising their voices against corruption and populism. We take a look at Hungary where they're accusing the central government of deliberate financial cuts to opposition-led municipalities.
20 years on, the disappeared still cast shadows in northern Kosovo
Tens of thousands of ethnic-Albanians, Serbs and other minorities disappeared during the 1998-99 war in Kosovo. Two decades later, thousands are still unaccounted for.
Illegal landfill sites along rivers in the Balkans are causing an ecology disaster
Unreported Europe takes a look at how rubbish is ending up in rivers in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. Environmentalists have condemn this situation, which has been happening for the last 25 years.
Kosovans vote for new govt to tackle COVID-19 and corruption
The new government will be tasked with restoring Kosovo's pandemic-hit economy and tackling corruption across the nation.
No way forward, no way back: the nightmare of migrants trapped in Bosnia
Unreported Europe looks into the living conditions of economic migrants stuck in Bosnia desperately trying to get into the EU.
Violence and vigilantes add to winter woes of migrants in the Balkans
Thousands are camped near the Bosnia/Croatia border as sub-zero temperatures sweep in ahead of winter.
Dayton Agreement at 25: How is the peace deal viewed today in Serbia?
The Dayton Agreement was a peace deal signed 25 years ago to end the 1992-1995 Bosnian War.
Republic of North Macedonia
'Completely irrational': Skopje anger at Bulgaria’s EU membership veto
"Bulgaria’s position is completely irrational and offensive to the Macedonians and our entire nation," Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said in a video address on Wednesday.
Belgrade's Biden conundrum: How US-Serbian relations will shape up post-Trump ǀ View
Serbia's president Aleksandar Vučić had hoped for a Trump victory in the US presidential election. The elevation of Joe Biden to the presidency poses many challenges for him, both domestically and internationally.
Republic of North Macedonia
EU looks to mobilise €20 billion for Western Balkans
The funds would help the Western Balkans catch up economically with the rest of Europe.
In a divided Moldova, President Igor Dodon fights for four more years
It's the second-most anticipated presidential election taking place in November.
Romanian border police accused of alleged violence against migrants
Migrants have shared testimonies of their alleged physical abuse by Romanian border guards, who illegally expelled them back to Serbia.
With power within reach, this is what Montenegro's new coalition government needs to do first ǀ View
Montenegro's opposition is on the cusp on forging a historic coalition, ending nearly 30 years of rule by the country's Democratic Socialists. There is a lot on the agenda to turn the country around.
Hydro power to the people: the fight against Bosnia and Herzegovina's hydroelectric dams
Bosnia and Herzegovina depends on dirty coal. Hydroelectricity generation is a cleaner, greener alternative. So why are locals protesting against the building of dams and barrages
Serbia-Kosovo dispute: What's at stake during Washington talks?
What are the possible stumbling blocks as leaders from Serbia and Kosovo head to Washington for talks and how likely are they to get anywhere at all?
EU sends 'strong signal' to Western Balkans amid COVID-19 pandemic
Pledging 3.3 billion euros, the EU has reasserted its commitment to the region. It comes amid fears that some states were aligning themselves with Russia and China.