Election of new president is seen as a crucial step to end months-long political deadlock after incumbent Milo Djukanovic rejected a new prime minister-designate.
In anticipation of the effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on Europe, the European Union is holding a one-day summit in Tirana, Albania, with leaders from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia.
Moscow has interfered in more than two dozen countries since 2014 by bankrolling candidates and political parties in bid to gain influence, a declassified intelligence assessment claims.
Within two months, four Western Balkan countries, including three NATO member states, faced cyberattacks on public institutions.
Lawmakers vote 50-1 to oust PM Dritan Abazovic's government, just weeks after he signed a deal regulating position of Serbian Orthodox Church in the Adriatic nation.
The incident took place in Cetinje after the shooter was involved in a family dispute, but was later killed after firing at police officers.
The new media platform targets seven countries in the Balkans, and will publish content in multiple languages, including Albanian, Bosnian and Macedonian.
The quake hit the Ljubinje municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, 182 kilometers (113 miles) southeast of the capital city of Sarajevo.
Government proposes a 40 percent cut in fuel tax to offset the rise in gas and oil prices as the vital tourism sector takes a hit.
From Sydney to Tokyo and Athens to Washington, thousands have protested in recent days with banners calling for an end to Russian attacks on Ukraine.
Parliament in capital Podgorica backs no-confidence motion on coalition government after internal disputes and weeks of political impasse.
No breakthrough at the EU meeting with leaders of Albania, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Kosovo on the tortuous path towards bloc's membership.
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