Thousands demand Montenegro PM resign as clashes rage

Protesters fight with police as they march on parliament, calling for resignation of Milo Djukanovic and snap elections.

Human Rights

War refugees caught in a no man's land

An estimated 30,000 people, mostly Syrian war refugees, are expected to cross into Greece this year.


After the Balkan floods: Unity and compassion

The Balkans floods have unleashed an unprecedented humanitarian response that cuts across borders.

by Lana Pasic


Post-Soviet referenda: The dream of idealists

Can the international community apply a blanket policy supporting the territorial integrity of all states?

by Vartan Oskanian


Sri Lankans still searching for missing sons

UN considers independent inquiry into rights abuses in Sri Lanka war which left 100,000 dead and many missing.


Nine policemen injured at Montenegro protests

Tear gas and stun grenades used against stone-throwing demonstrators, angry at high unemployment and alleged corruption.


Open Letter of support for citizens of Bosnia-Herzegovina

Prominent academics and intellectuals express their support for the Bosnian protests.



Profile: Red Shirts

A look at Thailand's Red Shirt political movement, which supports ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.


United hope for a world of difference

David Moyes believes England success can fire recovery for Man Utd as Premier League restarts after international break.


Seoul overcome Iranian opposition

In the Asian Champions League quarter-finals, Seoul take a 2-0 advantage over Esteghlal into second leg in Tehran.


Fiorentina agree to sell Jovetic to Man City

Fiorentina announce Montenegro striker will join Premier League outfit if personal terms agreed.


Croatia joins the EU: Now what?

Croatia's euphoria at acceding to the European Union risks overshadowing the real economic problems the country faces.

by Filip Mursel Begovic

Inside Story

Croatia's EU entry: The right choice?

As Croatia has become EU's 28th member, we ask if this is the right time to join hands with the bloc.


Q&A: Croatian President Ivo Josipovic

Al Jazeera speaks to Croatian President Ivo Josipovic as his country formally enters the European Union.


Croatians divided over EU accession

With the country to join the European Union on Monday, opinions vary whether it will be beneficial.