Finger Pointed at Russians in Alleged Coup Plot in Montenegro
A detained mercenary is slowly spilling his guts on what he says were efforts to sow mayhem in the Balkans and undermine NATO.
Montenegro’s Prime Minister Resigns, Perhaps Bolstering Country’s E.U. Hopes
Milo Djukanovic had led the country for most of the past quarter-century and managed its peaceful separation from Serbia in 2006.
House Hunting in ... Montenegro
Montenegro’s housing market was affected by the global real estate crisis of 2008, though Russians continued to buy homes.
A 350-Year-Old Stone House With a Pool in Montenegro
The home, which has bay views and was renovated in 2013, is on the market for $2.8 million.
NATO Invites Montenegro to Join Alliance
NATO made a formal invitation on Thursday to tiny Montenegro to join the alliance as its 29th member, a move Russia strongly objects to.
Montenegro Expels Foreigners Linked With Japanese Cult
After raids, the government expelled 58 people suspected of being associated with Aum Shinrikyo, the group that staged a nerve gas attack on Tokyo’s subway in 1995.
Kosovo Opposition Releases Tear Gas in Parliament
Lawmakers released multiple canisters of the gas, adding to a series of protests over corruption, unemployment and deals struck with Serbia and Montenegro.
Kosovo: Protesters Rebuke Government
Thousands of opposition supporters called for the government to resign Wednesday, accusing it of violating the Constitution in deals with Serbia and Montenegro.
1916: Key Citadel May Have Fallen
From the International Herald Tribune archives: The Central Powers gain access to an Adriatic port in 1916.
Russia Opposes NATO's Montenegro Invite
The deputy speaker of Russia’s Duma said Montenegro joining NATO would negatively impact relations between the two countries.
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