Deaths as far away as Spain are attributed to pollution from coal-fired power plants in the Western Balkans, says a study by environmental NGO HEAL.
Nationwide protests against President Aleksandar Vucic, numbering tens of thousands of people, have taken place weekly since early December.
Tens of thousands gathered in Serbia for the latest “1 of 5 million” protest demanding the resignation of President Aleksandar Vucic.
The volume and value of M&A deals both soared in some of the EU accession candidate countries in the Western Balkans, a report from law firm CMS and information service EMIS.
Ramush Haradinaj says Pristina will suspend tariffs on goods from Serbia and Bosnia if the US and EU help Kosovo reach a deal with Belgrade that must include recognition of Kosovan independence.
The Serbian authorities plan to build more than 850 hydropower plants, of which around 200 will be within nature reserves.
The value of M&A deals in the region soared by 20.1% in 2018, with investors largely ignoring populism and protests in Central and Southeast Europe, a CMS/EMIS report shows.