Georgia

Georgia seeking answers after Tbilisi 'terror incident'

Local media draw unverified links between ethnic Chechens and special forces raid, upsetting minority Muslim community.

Speculation rife as Georgia stays mum on raid suspects

Russia

The death of the Russian far right

How the Kremlin destroyed the far right in Russia, while backing it in the West.

The death of the Russian far right

Georgia

Soldier, three gunmen killed in Tbilisi 'anti-terrorism' raid

The government says that the three fighters killed in a nearly 20-hour 'anti-terrorism' operation in the Georgian capital were not citizens of Georgia.

Islamophobia

Sage: 'I was out to kill a Muslim'

The 24-year-old Sage pleaded guilty to threatening a person with a knife and accepted it was religiously aggravated.

Sage: 'I was out to kill a Muslim'

Refugees

'Lives will be lost': Greece warned as winter nears

Humanitarian agencies call on Greek authorities to ensure that no refugees are in tents as winter weather approaches.

Rights groups urge Greece to end 'containment policy'

Yugoslavia

Mladic sentenced to life in prison for genocide

Bosnian Serb general 'significantly contributed' to genocide in Srebrenica, The Hague-based tribunal judge rules.

Bosnia

Ratko Mladic sentenced to life in prison for genocide

Former Bosnian Serbian commander Ratko Mladic has been sentenced to life in prison for genocide and war crimes during the Balkan conflict more than two decades ago.

Opinion

The Ratko Mladic disease infecting Europe

Another war criminal from the Yugoslav war has been handed a sentence, but lessons remain unlearned.

Nidzara Ahmetasevic

by Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Hungary

What's behind Hungary's anti-Soros rhetoric?

Shrill campaign against man behind Open Society Foundations seen by critics as part of wider crackdown on civil society.

What's behind Hungary's campaign against George Soros?

Reporter's Notebook

Mladic genocide verdict: A view from the Balkans

Though Mladic will spend the rest of his life behind bars for genocide, his idea of a Serb-only statelet is now a reality.

Georgia

Georgian forces storm building to seize armed suspects

Suspects allegedly opened fire on special forces during large-scale operation on the outskirts of the capital, Tbilisi.

Georgian forces storm building to seize armed suspects

Opinion

Imagining a post-Merkel Europe

Fears about German instability are overblown. A transition to a post-Merkel Germany might not be bad news for Europe.

Thorsten Benner

by Thorsten Benner

Thorsten Benner

Opinion

The UK government's silence on Myanmar is shameful

Just like a decade ago, when the UK led the international campaign against violence in Myanmar, it must do the same now.

Lloyd Russell Moyle

by Lloyd Russell Moyle

Lloyd Russell Moyle

Reporter's Notebook

Ratko Mladic: A symbol of the project of evil

Year after year, I have been recording the testimonies of people whose loved ones were killed in Srebrenica by Serb forces.

Ratko Mladic: A symbol of the project of evil