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Montenegro shuts down schools after multiple reports of bomb threats
Police have been deployed to schools to check for potential explosives, but none have so far been found.
The gay Muslim artist representing Montenegro at the Venice Biennale
Buu is a multi-media artist from a Muslim background in Montenegro, his pieces are sure to grab attention at this year's Venice Biennale.
Water emerges from a 150-year-old mulberry tree after heavy rainfall
Locals call this miracle of nature a gift from God or Mother Nature: in this Montenegrin village, water springs from a 150-year-old mulberry tree, a unique phenomenon.
Dozens of Serb nationalists hold pro-Russia rally in Montenegro
One of the large banners carried by those gathered read “Serbs in Montenegro, Russians in Ukraine”.
Lion cub rescued in Montenegro after escaping from private home
The young feline will now be released into the wild or transferred to a zoo.
Montenegro's ruling coalition collapses after no-confidence vote
The country's lawmakers voted 43-11 in favour of the motion against PM Krivokapić following weeks of political bickering between the coalition partners.
Montenegro's prime minister warns of government collapse ahead of vote
Zdravko Krivokapic has urged lawmakers to vote for new elections on Friday.
Montenegro lurches back into political crisis as allies try to oust PM
Both the deputy PM and the prime minister launched motion for a vote of no confidence in the country' parliament, with the latter not attempting to dissolve the parliament altogether, triggering snap election.
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.
Why it's not just religion inflaming Serbia-Montenegro tensions
The spark was the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) installing a new leader at a ceremony in Montenegro.
At least 20 injured in Serbian church protest in Montenegro
Montenegrins remain deeply divided over their country’s ties with neighbouring Serbia and the Serbian Orthodox Church, which is the nation’s dominant religious institution.
Police find record haul of cocaine in bananas shipment
Around 900 kilograms of the drug was found divided into 1,205 packages, law enforcement said in a statement on Friday.
Serbia's Vucic hits back as Montenegro bans Srebrenica genocide denial
Montenegrin lawmakers on Thursday ousted a pro-Serb government minister who denied the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica was genocide.
Montenegro minister ousted over Srebrenica genocide denial
Montenegro's parliament voted to sack the country's justice minister for expressing doubts about the genocide in Srebrenica during the Bosnian War.
In the Western Balkans, ethnic nationalism threatens path to Europe
In a wide-ranging interview with Euronews, EU envoy Miroslav Lajcak also said that it is up to the states of the Western Balkans to prove that they will be functioning and effective members of the European family.
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.
The billion-dollar motorway leading Montenegro to nowhere
Montenegro is building one of the most expensive highways in the world. It is financed by a loan from China. Its tourism-based economy is being crushed by the pandemic making the already difficult loan impossible to pay back and the motorway still isn't finished.
Montenegro justice minister denies Srebrenica genocide rejection
The European Union had criticised Vladimir Leposavic for comments made last week about the massacre.
Balkan neighbours queue up in Serbia for coronavirus jabs
Serbia, which boasts an ample supply of coronavirus vaccines, offered free coronavirus jabs to neighbouring Balkan countries, who took up the offer.
Montenegro urges EU not to tie its hands in anti-corruption fight
Dritan Abazovic says that the EU-backed court is holding up investigations into Montenegro's president, Milo Djukanovic, and his allies.
Montenegro wants to join the EU - but does Brussels want it?
Montenegro is united in its desire to join the EU. On everything else, it is more divided than ever.
Montenegro will be 'corona-safe' for summer tourist season - minister
Since January, Montenegro has allowed unrestricted international arrivals - one of only a handful of countries worldwide to do so. But since January 25, that excludes arrivals from Great Britain.
Montenegro's pro-Serb government vote to amend religion law
The vote comes after months Serbian church-led protests calling for the amendment - but protesters on the other side say the changes will push Montenegro back into Serbia's grip.
Thousands protest in Montenegro over religious law amendment
Demonstrators have accused the new government of being pro-Serb because of its plans to amend a religious property law that is strongly opposed by the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Zdravko Krivokapić: Montenegro’s membership of the EU can inspire the European dream ǀ View
Montenegro is intent on becoming the next member of the European Union, and its ascension to the bloc could act as a spur for reform and change in the rest of the Balkans, writes the country's new prime minister.
What's behind the public spat between Serbia and Montenegro?
Vladimir Bozovic was on Saturday given 72 hours to leave Montenegro after claiming that a century-old decision in 1918 to merge with Serbia was “free expression of the people’s will to unite with fraternal Serbia”.