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"As long it’s needed, it should exist,” explains Stanko Stojanovic
The Football Association of Montenegro will face a UEFA disciplinary hearing on May 16 after the team's fans were heard chanting racist taunts at England's black players
Thousands of people rallied in Belgrade on Saturday, as demonstrations against Serbian President Aleksandar Vuci and his government entered a third month.
The Balkans have been bombarded with political protests of late as thousands marched in Serbia's capital of Belgrade and Montenegro's capital of Podgorica on Saturday.
Thousands march in Montenegro to end president's 30-year rule in third protest this month
Debate over the activity of NGOs helping migrants
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How long could you lie in bed for? These four Montenegrans lay on mattresses for 49 hours to win the "World Lazy Olympics".
Though, many of Trump’s policies seem to be aimed at large states, it is small states that perhaps have the most to lose from Trump’s policies.
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?
The ballot is a test of former Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic's decision to join the Western military alliance. His party leads in the opinion polls.
Montenegro is going to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president. Here is all you need to know.
It’s not the first time tear gas has been thrown into Kosovo’s parliament. On this occasion it was to delay a vote on a controversial border deal with Montenegro.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is currently touring six Western Balkan countries and has made it clear membership of the bloc is not a done deal
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.
The US vice-president sought to reassure the region over Washington's commitment to security during a visit to Montenegro.
Firefighters in Montenegro battled to contain wildfires which posed threats to coastal towns on Tuesday, July 18.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has a new member. Tiny Montenegro, once part of the communist former Yugoslavia.
became the 29th member at a
Predrag “Peđa” Mijatovic is known as the hero of the 1998 Champions League final.
There had been protests, but Montenegro’s parliament has ratified the country’s membership in NATO.
Russia has categorically denied any involvement in an alleged plot to assassinate Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.
Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic has resigned after twenty five years in power.
Results in Montenegro’s general election are pointing to a win for Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and his pro-Western, Democratic Party of Socialists.
Montenegro will go to the polls on Sunday as citizens vote in a national election seen by some as a referendum on the country’s western integration.
“No to NATO” was the message coming out of a demonstration in Montenegro. The protest – attended by around 2,000 people – was called by pro-Russian
NATO has asked the former Yugoslav republic of Montenegro to become a member. The invitation came at a meeting of alliance foreign ministers in