21 Nov 14 Macedonian Clerics Mull Lustration Checkups

Top Macedonian Orthodox Church clerics are thinking of voluntarily taking a lustration test, so as to remove any suspicions that priests and bishops once acted as spies for the former Communist-era secret police.

21 Nov 14 Croat MEP Wants Strasbourg to Denounce Seselj

A Croatian European Parliamentarian, Andrej Plenkovic, has tabled a critical resolution on the Serbian nationalist Vojislav Seselj, which he wants fellow MEPS to back next week.

19 Nov 14 Ombudsman Checks EULEX's Corruption Probe

The European Ombudsman is investigating whether EULEX has taken all the measures it should to probe the corruption allegations made against mission.

19 Nov 14 Zubin Potok Group Plead Not Guilty

Eight persons from Zubin Potok pleaded not guilty on Tuesday before a EULEX judge in Mitrovica of attacking EULEX personnel and property and endangering UN and associated staff.

19 Nov 14 Seselj Inflames Croatia With Vukovar Jibe

Croatian politicians have voiced outrage over comments by Vojislav Seselj, mocking the fall of Vukovar in 1991, demanding his speedy return to The Hague.

19 Nov 14 City Revamp Overshadows Skopje’s WW2 Memorials

Old World War Two memorials lie forgotten in the Macedonian capital, overshadowed by new taller ones that form part of the government-funded makeover called ‘Skopje 2014’.

18 Nov 14 Seselj Release Alarms Croatian Leaders

President and Foreign Minister say early temporary release of Vojislav Seselj is both worrying and destablising for the region - and represents a setback for the idea of international justice.

15 Nov 14 Thousands Join Seselj's Welcome-Home Rally

Some 3,000 people marched through central Belgrade at the first rally held in 11 years by nationalist leader and recently-released war crimes trial defendant Vojislav Seselj.

13 Nov 14 Seselj Vows to Resist Return to Hague Tribunal

Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj, temporarily freed by the Hague Tribunal for cancer treatment, said he would fight any attempt to send him back for his war crimes verdict.

13 Nov 14 Triple Murder Highlights Macedonian Veterans’ Traumas

After a veteran of Macedonia’s 2001 conflict was accused of a triple murder, veterans’ associations said ex-servicemen are not given any help to deal with their war traumas.

12 Nov 14 Croatian Dissident Feared Kidnap by Yugoslav Spies

The trial of Zdravko Mustac and Josip Perkovic, former Yugoslav spy chiefs accused of killing a Croatian émigré, heard that the victim repeatedly told his German lover that he was living in fear.

11 Nov 14 Radovan Karadzic’s Daughter Becomes Bosnian Serb MP

The daughter of the former Bosnian Serb leader, who is currently on trial for war crimes, has been elected as a member of parliament in Serb-dominated Republika Srpska.

10 Nov 14 EU Appoints Legal Expert to Probe Kosovo Mission

The EU’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has appointed an independent legal expert to investigate allegations of corruption at Brussels’ rule-of-law mission in Kosovo, EULEX.

10 Nov 14 Vojislav Seselj’s Return Sparks Arguments in Serbia

Serbian politicians traded accusations over the impending arrival in Belgrade of nationalist leader Seselj after his conditional release by the Hague Tribunal for cancer treatment.

06 Nov 14 Croatia Veterans Refuse to End Sit-In Protest

Former soldiers who are in their third week of non-stop protest outside the veterans’ ministry in Zagreb complained that the authorities have been violating their rights.




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