Disinformation poses threats to stability and democracy and contributes to tensions and violence in the multi-ethnic communities of Bosnia and Kosovo, says report by Balkan Free Media Initiative and CRTA.
Releases study showing 360,000 people could die prematurely before the end of the century because of global heating caused by companies’ 2022 greenhouse gas emissions alone.
Proposed plan for Western Balkans involves integration into the EU single market, with a €6bn financial package.
Tabloids target government’s opponents with furious criticism and obscenity-filled headlines ahead of December general election.
North Macedonia's decision to open airspace to allow Lavrov to attend sparked a boycott by Ukraine, Poland and the Baltic states.
Members of Kosovo’s leftist Social Democratic Party clashed with police outside Sirius hotel in Pristina where the president of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers was meeting with NGO representatives.
Where does the EU’s hopes for a deal to phase out fossil fuels leave coal-dependent aspiring members from the Western Balkans?
Over 70,000 people attended Dino Merlin concerts in Belgrade despite negative campaign on pro-Kremlin platforms.
Activists were openly critical of Serbia’s government, which NGOs say has a track record of deploying spyware and other digital surveillance tools.
Reliance on outdated and inefficient coal-fired power plants in Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia complicates the transition to renewable energy.
Nato has increased its military contingent in Kosovo after recent violent incidents.
New report warns rise of right wing extreme nationalist groups are a "serious risk factor" in the region and undermine efforts to preserve peace.
NGO urges development partners to stop funding fossil fuel projects in the region and focus only on renewables.
Around half of the commercially available caviar products in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine are illegal, according to a new study.
In the last seven years, Emerging Europe has grappled with pandemic, war and a cost of living crisis. So why did people get happier?
EBRD research shows majority in transition countries believe climate change will severely affect the children of today, but fewer people are willing to pay to address the climate emergency.
Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says bolstering military contingent would lower the risk of a new violent conflict in Kosovo or the wider region.
Serbian and Kosovan negotiators' separate meetings with EU special envoy Miroslav Lajcak revealed a continued impasse in key areas.
Ukrainian president says Russia likely orchestrated Middle East crisis and warns Balkans may be next.
Serbia has agreed to buy 400mn cubic metres of natural gas a year from Azerbaijan from 2024, diversifying away from Russia.