The white supremacist suspected in the mosque shootings that left at least 49 people dead in New Zealand had traveled to the Balkans in the past three years, where he toured historic sites and apparently studied battles between Christians and the Ottoman empire.
As a little girl in a wheelchair in Iran, Mahana Jami used to watch children playing on a slide and wonder why she couldn’t do the same.
The protests he leads have drawn thousands of people for months and have become a symbol of resistance ahead of Bosnia’s tense election on Sunday.
Slovenia’s new prime minister used to make people laugh.
Slovenia is set to vote into office Thursday a new, center-left government that will keep away from power anti-immigrant populists who topped June’s election.
A senior Kosovo official said on Tuesday any agreement on normalizing relations with Serbia must include the country’s recognition by Belgrade and its admission to the United Nations.
Serbian lawyers announced Sunday they will go on strike for a week to protest the killing of a prominent attorney who had been on the defense team of former strongman Slobodan Milosevic at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal and also defended crime figures.
In an outburst of national pride and joy, Croatia on Monday rolled out a red carpet and staged a euphoric heroes’ welcome for the country’s national team despite its loss to France in the World Cup final.
Euphoria gave way to a mixture of disappointment and pride for Croatia fans after their national team lost to France in its first ever World Cup final.
In the Balkans, soccer is so political that it has created bitter divisions about Croatia’s surprising success at the World Cup.