Former president Ion Iliescu and other top officials could be tried for crimes against humanity over their role in the brutal events of December 1989 when Romania's Communist-era dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was removed from power.
Police made 23 arrests after protesters threw stones and burned down toll booths on the Durres-Kukes motorway.
Diplomatic rift opens as Turkey's President Erdogan says Pristina must "pay" for the decision to punish officials after six Turkish citizens with suspected Gulenist links were secretly deported.
Zoran Zaev is in discussions with two small parties as he aims to increase his government's slim parliamentary majority ahead of a planned reshuffle.
Debt-fuelled GDP growth running in tandem with high inflation begs the question—Will the “thrusters” overheat before the next election?
Several European states followed suit but others are still considering whether to take action over the poisoning of an ex-spy on British soil, which has already triggered over 100 expulsions by western countries.
Latest setback in Ankara’s relations with Washington and Nato comes in the form of the Turks’ muted response to the Skripal nerve-agent poisoning.
Arrest of senior Serb official who claims he was "dragged along the ground like a dog" by Kosovan police has inflamed tensions in northern Kosovo and led Serb ministers to resign from the government.
Though no major breakthroughs in relations are achieved, Turkish President Erdogan says he hopes “we have put this difficult period behind us” while warning that it would be “a perilous mistake for the EU to exclude Turkey from enlargement”.
Austrian wood processor beats a retreat from Romanian market after most local DIY chains blacklist its products over illegal sourcing accusations.
OSHEE to be the first major state-owned company to hold an IPO on Tirana's new stock exchange, as Prime Minister Edi Rama outlines ambitious plans to develop the energy sector.
More than 100 diplomats thrown out in the largest collective expulsion of Russian intelligence officers in history, as the US and countries across Europe show solidarity with London over the poisoning of the Skripals.