Demonstrators defy heavy snowfall to express their anger at President Aleksander Vucic in second mass protest, but president says he will not meet any of their demands.
The transformation of the Kosovo Security Force into a regular army is fiercely opposed by Serbia, which has never recognised Kosovo as an independent state.
The second line of the Turkish Stream pipeline that will deliver Russian gas via Turkey to Europe, bypassing Ukraine, will span Bulgaria and Serbia starting from 2020.
For a few years now, foreign banks have been constantly losing market share in many of the larger Central-, Southeastern and Eastern European markets, but there is a shift in the game as state banks are proudly increasing their share in many markets
Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg appeals for restraint after Serbian PM Ana Brnabic warns formation of Kosovan army could lead to a military intervention.
Coal-fired power plants account for a significant share of the region’s power generation, with most burning highly polluting lignite.
No sign of an end to regional crisis caused by Kosovo's 100% import tariffs on products from Serbia and Bosnia, as Serbian president warns failure to resolve situation could lead to an escalation of violence.
Serbia, the region's other frontrunner in the EU accession race, is being held back by unresolved issues with Kosovo, while Montenegro was praised for making good progress.
Politically motivated tariffs introduced after Pristina's bid to join Interpol failed due to Serbian pressure on member countries to vote against Kosovo's membership.