Montenegro's chief prosecutor accused "nationalists in Russia" of having organized a criminal group to overthrow the government during last month's elections in the Balkan country.
Residents of the Bosnian Serb Republic—decried as a "genocide creation" by Bosnia's Muslims—voted to establish an independence day, in defiance of a Bosnian court ruling.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urged Macedonia to end its pattern of expelling and detaining migrants in defiance of international standards.
When Green Party candidate Jill Stein supped with Putin at a Moscow confab, also on hand was Donald Trump's ultra-hawkish military advisor, retired General Mike Flynn.
The Hague tribunal found Radovan Karadzic guilty of genocide on the anniversary of the start of the 1999 NATO bombing campaign against Serbia—to angry protests in Belgrade.
Riots broke out as French police moved to evict the Calais migrant camp, while Macedonian security forces fired tear-gas at migrants who tore down the fence on the Greek border.
Riots broke out at Greece's frontier with Macedonia as migrants and asylum seekers stranded there for the past two weeks blockaded the border.
The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights filed a criminal complaint against a high-ranking CIA official for the torture of German citizen Khaled el-Masri.
The UN warned that the flow of refugees into Europe shows no signs of easing or stopping, as approximately 8,000 refugees a day seek to enter the Continent.
The 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre comes just as Russia vetoed a UN resolution to designate the massacre an act of "genocide"—leading to new violence in Bosnia.
A Serbian court officially rehabilitated Dragoljub "Draza" Mihailovic, a World War II-era royalist executed nearly 70 years ago on convictions of collaborating with the Nazis.
Street-fighting in Kosova's capital Pristina was portrayed as more Serb-Albanian "ethnic hatred," but it came as workers occuiped the Trepca mining complex to resist privatization.