VICE Serbia went to visit a notorious inker who's set up shop in a remnant of the country's communist past.
A measure to create a special court for Albanian ex-guerrilla leaders accused of human rights violations during the war against Serbia fell five votes short in Kosovo's Parliament.
The government of Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski was rocked by the loss of a close political ally and two government ministers on Tuesday, in the wake of a gun battle that killed 22 people.
Macedonian officials said 14 members of the unidentified “armed group” were also killed in a shootout in an ethnic Albanian enclave near the Serbian border.
The Albanian economy is booming, but organized crime is a major export of this growing global power.
The president of the European Commission has just canceled a trip to the Balkan state and Macedonia's political crisis shows no signs of slowing.
The Balkan state is gripped by a political standoff and the opposition leader was charged with treason over the weekend.
An Italian ferry carrying nearly 500 passengers and crew members caught fire Sunday and became stranded at sea between the Greek and Italian coasts.