Serbian President Vučić on EU bid and making "huge efforts” to normalise Kosovo relations
Members of Cuba's LGBT community staged a colourful parade through the streets of Havana on Saturday .... while a similar march took place in Albania.
Four countries are at the front of the queue to be the EU's newest members. Serbia, Albania, FYR Macedonia and Montenegro are all in the running - but who will win the battle of the Balkans?
EU Commission gives green light, now needs OK from member states
A three-year-old boy stuck in a gap between two walls was rescued by firefighters in northwest China's Shaanxi Province Thursday. While on Saturday, protesters gathered on the Kosovo-Albania border to challenge a new road tax.
A DNA database to identify the remains of Greek WWII soldiers killed and buried in mass graves in Albania during 1940-1941 has been set-up in Athens.
Local inhabitants believe progress in Macedonian-Greek negotiations on solving the name issue will bring about the re-opening of the border
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
Thousands of people take part in a large anti-government rally in Tirana demanding the government step down.
Serbia and Montenegro are likely to be the next countries to join the European Union, possibly by 2025.
After years of stop-start progress, the EU is making a new push to bring in the Western Balkan nations.
Smoke bombs in parliament and clashes with police have erupted over how Albania’s new judicial laws have been carried out. With fears of a parliamentary boycott growing – Euronews explains what’s to come for the Balkan state as politicians grapple with the EU and US-backed reforms.
Litter brought to shore from Albania’s rivers washed up hundreds of miles north in the port of Dubrovnik, Croatia—and environmental activists aren't surprised.
Albanian police and demonstrators clashed outside the parliament in Tirana during the election of the new prosecutor.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
In this edition: Euronews talks to Albanian
Albania wants to open negotiations on EU membership.
It has been an official candidate since 2014.
But Prime Minister Edi Rama, who was on an
A series of unusual weather events has taken place across the continent.
Albanian communist leader Enver Hoxha commissioned the construction of 173,371 bunkers between 1975 and 1983, they are now being used as beach bars, restaurants, storages, dog houses and museums.
Exit polls give PM Edi Rama and his Socialist Party victory in Albania's parliamentary election
Albania is holding parliamentary elections with all major parties set on readying for EU membership
Albanians head to the polls on Sunday in a general election set to gauge the Balkan nation's readiness to join the European Union.
Gay rights organizations in Albania held their annual pride event in the capital, Tirana, on Saturday (13 May) without any disturbances.
Police in Kosovo say they have arrested 19 people on suspicion of having links with ISIL.
Scores of young boys live holed up at home for years: they could be killed in family feuds if they simply stepped outside.
The Albanian town of Saranda has unveiled a Hillary Clinton statue.
On Sunday the group stage for the host nation ended.
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