Kosovo will play its first FIFA-approved soccer game when it plays Haiti on March 1.
Nemanja Vidic, the 32-year-old Serbian captain of the Manchester United soccer team, says he is planning to leave the team when his contract expires at the end of the season during the summer.
Bosnian officials and ordinary citizens have laid flowers at a memorial in the Markale market in Sarajevo to commemorate the 20th anniversary of a wartime massacre.
One of Russia's most controversial public officials has opened a new human rights organization in Kosovo that aims to monitor alleged rights abuses and provide aid to ethnic Serbs in Kosovo.
The prime ministers of Serbia and Kosovo say the process of normalizing relations between Belgrade and Pristina has benefited both sides.
Emergency services in northern Serbia have evacuated at least 190 people from vehicles trapped in deep snow as snowdrifts are blocking roads and causing other problems for residents.
In a statement on state-run RTS television on January 29, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic dissolved the parliament and announced elections will be held on March 16.
The Serbian government has formally asked the president to dissolve parliament and schedule early elections.
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic says he will push the government to call for early elections to be held in March.
Dozens of Serbian workers have returned to Serbia and the ethnic-Serbian part of Bosnia with horror stories of their time working construction jobs at the Russian Olympic host city of Sochi.
Appeals judges at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague have reduced the sentences of three high-ranking Serb political, military, and police officials for atrocities committed against ethnic Albanians during the 1998-99 conflict in Kosovo.
Serbia has officially started its European Union accession negotiations in Brussels, with Prime Minister Ivica Dacic leading Belgrade's delegation.