Balkan Insight reports that Kosovo Serb leader Oliver Ivanović has been shot in Mitrovica.
EU Observer reports on the continuing crisis surrounding the Kosovo Relocated Specialist Judicial Institution (KRSJI), which is investigating Kosovar war crimes during the Kosovo Liberation War.
In an interview with BIRN, EU spokesperson Maja Kocijančič has addressed the challenges and possibilities for the Western Balkans in 2018.
TRT reports on the death of Albanian asylum seeker Florenc Beqiraj, who died in a detention center in France.
Balkan Insight reports that former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski has resigned as party leader of the VMRO-DPMNE, which will now hold new leadership elections.
Politico reports on the EU’s selective approach to its enlargement with the Western Balkans countries by splitting off a duo of frontrunners.
Greek newspaper Kathimerini reports on 1.6 tons of marijuana captured by the Greek police. 11 traffickers have been arrested.
The Guardian reports on the threats for nature and wildlife posed by hydropower plants including those in the last wild river of Europe, the Vjosa.
British Daily Mail reports on Albanian under-age asylum seekers trying to enter the UK, and Deputy Minister of Interior Rovena Voda’s plea “to send them back.”
The International Press Institute, a global organization defending press freedom, has condemned recent statement of Prime Minister Edi Rama insulting the media.