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Protesters throw molotov cocktails during a violent protest in Pristina, Kosovo, on Saturday. Photograph: EPA/Valdrin Xhemaj

Police in Kosovo have fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters whose rally against EU-backed deals with Serbia and Montenegro ended wit(...)

An Islamic State militant  in  Damascus, Syria: 11 people were arrested in Bosnia on suspicion of being linked to Islamic State and other terror groups. Photograph: AP

Bosnian police arrested 11 people on Tuesday for suspected links to Islamic State and other groups fighting in Syria and Iraq, a day after detaining f(...)

The memorial centre in Potocari, Bosnia, a cemetery for victims of the Srebrenica massacre killed in 1995. Photograph: Amel Emric/AP Photo

Serbia’s prime minister, Aleksandar Vucic, has vowed to ignore security concerns and join former US president Bill Clinton and dignitaries from dozens(...)

Serb prime minister Aleksandar Vucic: said a testing month lay ahead for his country and the region. Photograph: Gent Shkullaku/AFP/Getty Images

A plan to “reboot” Bosnia’s faltering European Union integration has stumbled at the first hurdle, as the country’s Serb-run region blocked a key r(...)

 Salafi members in Upper Maoca village, Brcko, in northeastern Bosnia, deny allegations they are connected with Islamic State.  Upper Maoca is in the focus of the Bosnian public as the place from which recruited fighters were allegedly going to fight on the battlefields in Iraq and Syria to support the IS. Photograph: Samir Yordamovic/Anadolu Agency/Getty

The video’s slick style is now familiar: between clips of documentary footage, and with English subtitles, young Muslim gunmen urge fellow believers t(...)

Ethnic Albanians carry forty coffins draped in Albanian flags during a burial prossesion for the 40 ethnic Albanian civilians allegedly massacred by Serbian forces in 1999. Police in Serbia and Bosnia have arrested 15 people over the 1993 Strpci massacre. Photograph: Yannis Behrakis/Reuters

Police in Serbia and Bosnia have arrested 15 people over a 1993 wartime massacre that traumatised the Balkans and came to symbolise a culture of impun(...)

Croatian prime minister Zoran Milanovic won’t visit Belgrade after a UN war crimes tribunal released a Serbian suspect. Photograph: EPA/Filip Singer

Croatia’s prime minster has cancelled a trip to Serbia after a UN tribunal released a Serbian nationalist on trial for alleged war crimes.Zoran Milano(...)

Serbian  soldiers rescue  a boy from a flooded house in the town of Obrenovac, southwest of Belgrade. Photograph: Marko Djurica/Reuters

Soldiers, police and volunteers battled to protect power plants in Serbia from rising flood waters today as the death toll from the Balkan region’s w(...)

A protester stands near a fire set in front of a government building in Tuzla today as Bosnians protest over job shortages and political inertia. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters.

Protesters in Bosnia set fire to government buildings and fought with riot police today as anger over unemployment and political inertia fuelled a th(...)

A 2010 file photo of forensic experts uncovering the remains of people killed during the  Bosnian war, on the shore of lake Perucac near Visegrad. Photograph: Danilo Krstanovic /Reuters

Two decades after Serb soldiers carried out house-to-house searches in a campaign of ethnic killings in Bosnia, forensic scientists are digging up wha(...)

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