Hundreds are sleeping on a highway without food, bathrooms or running water
There's an important distinction between the two groups, the U.N. says.
The experience for many refugees in Hungary was unwelcome and hostile.
As the Balkans sees a flood of refugees fleeing into Europe, a belated rapprochement between Belgrade and Prishtina.
Ahead of the 20th anniversary, families gathered as the bodies of newly identified victims passed through Sarajevo.
Serbia's prime minister said he's shocked by the decision by Hungary to erect a fence along the border to keep out migrants.
A cottage industry for bikes has sprung up as illegal migrants attempt to make arduous journey by foot to EU countries.
One of Europe's 'children of hate', Alen Muhic searches for his Bosnian mother and the Serbian soldier who raped her.
He was a major in the Serbian army, a husband and father of four. Then Helena began her life all over again as a woman.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's cancellation of the pipeline running gas from Russia to the EU has hampered Russian influence but at what cost?
The Russian president has condemned US-backed sanctions on his country, warning about the threat of a fall-out between nuclear powers
The Russian president will be the guest of honour at a WW2 military parade, but Serbia is wary of turning its back on the EU
The Russian President condemns "aggressive nationalism" and "chauvinism" in Europe, as Latvia responds "look in the mirror"
The brother of the Albanian prime minister denied involvement in the stunt that led to the match between the former Yugoslav republics being abandoned
Prosecutors are seeking the maximum penalty of life imprisonment against Karadzic, a leading political figure during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia that left 100,000 dead
Fears spread in eastern Europe as one person is quarantined in Montenegro and 14 under supervision in Serbia
As his country courts the EU, the tennis star is mending its damaged reputation, one Grand Slam at a time