When his family escaped Bosnia 25 years ago, Dženan was too young to have any memories of his dad.
In Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbs and Albanians live right next to each other, but never mingle.
Serbian photographer Jovana Mladenovic photographs forgotten post-World War II sculptures.
At the peak of Yugoslavia's hyperinflation, 500,000,000 dinar would have bought you a loaf of bread.
One night in 1951, Romanian soldiers woke up my grandmother and put her on a train to a barren plain on the other side of her country.
Seselj was accused of setting up paramilitary units responsible for ethnic cleansing that killed thousands of people and drove tens of thousands of Muslims and Croats from their homes.
The mysterious bearded man who showed up regularly at the Crazy House was wanted for genocide. His drinking buddies say they had no idea — but if they'd known, they would have helped him.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was sentenced to 40 years in jail by UN judges who found him guilty of genocide for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and of nine other war crimes charges.
Josip Broz Tito, the post-WWII leader of former Yugoslavia, didn't let communist purse-tightening keep him from getting down and dirty on New Year's.
Germany is expecting to receive more than 800,000 migrants in 2015. Unlike refugees from Syria or Iraq, however, people from the Balkans might not last in the European Union for long.
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.