Montenegro

Pro-EU candidate wins Montenegro’s presidential poll

The veteran leader and former MP Milo Djukanovic favours European integration.

Montenegro's Djukanovic wins presidency, avoids runoff

International Women's Day

Girls unwanted: 'This is not a country for women'

Practice of female selective abortion has long been an open secret in Montenegro but is now being called out publicly.

Girls unwanted: 'This is not a country for women'

Europe

US VP visits Baltic states to ease concerns over Russia

Pence visiting Estonia, Georgia and Montenegro to signal support and draw line under perceived aggression from Moscow.

Mike Pence in Estonia to ease Russia concerns in Baltic

People & Power

A Very Montenegrin Coup

Last October, Montenegro's prime minister announced that an attempted coup had been foiled, but was this 'fake news'?

Europe

Russia rejects Montenegro's coup claims

Moscow denies Montenegro's claims that Russia was involved in a coup plot in the Balkan country last year.

Russia rejects Montenegro's coup claims

Montenegro

Fraud, terror claims cloud Montenegro elections

Will Montenegro elections depose longtime power holder Milo Djukanovic accused of controversial criminal ties?

Milo Djukanovic losing grip in Montenegro

Montenegro

Montenegro elections end inconclusively

Incumbent wins most votes but absence of overall majority in vote prompts coalition-building efforts in Balkan nation.

Montenegro elections end inconclusively

Montenegro

Montenegro's ruling party 'leads' in crucial elections

Tense vote fuelled further by arrest of 20 Serbs for allegedly planning attacks to destabilise small Balkan country.

Montenegro's ruling party 'leads' in crucial elections

Montenegro

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.

Thousands demand Montenegro PM resign as clashes rage

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.

War refugees caught in a no man's land

Opinion

After the Balkan floods: Unity and compassion

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

Lana Pasic

by Lana Pasic

Lana Pasic

Opinion

Post-Soviet referenda: The dream of idealists

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

Vartan Oskanian

by Vartan Oskanian

Vartan Oskanian

US & Canada

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.

Business & Economy

Nine policemen injured at Montenegro protests

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

Nine policemen injured at Montenegro protests