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/en/file/show//Images/Images.New/Podgorica 660.jpg Montenegrin Court Seizes Marovic’s Properties

The high court in Podgorica has seized the assets of the former president of Serbia and Montenegro, and those of his family, until an investigation into how he obtained them has ended.

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Hungary Shuts Down Border with Croatia

Follow live latest developments as Hungary has decided to close the border with Croatia to prevent further influx of refugees


18 Aug 17

Romanian Church Mulls Punishing Bishop Over Sex Scandal

In an echo of the sex scandals that have rocked the Catholic Church, the Romanian Orthodox Church is considering unfrocking a bishop for alleged involvement in a sexual relationship with a seminarian.

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17 Aug 17

VIDEO: Albanian "Thailand" Attracts Hundreds of Tourists

Unexplored nature, azure waterways and the many opportunities for adventure have recently turned the Shala river valley into one of the tourist hotspots in the Albanian Alps.

17 Aug 17

Turkish Purges Leave Once Mighty Army Weakened

Once one of the world's strongest armed forces, the Turkish military has been seriously undermined by waves of arrests and dismissals, experts warn.

15 Aug 17

Bosnia-Born American Sues US over Travel Ban

10 Aug 17

Balkan Parents Dream of Finnish Baby Boxes


VMRO DPMNE is Jeopardising Macedonia’s EU Prospects

Having lost power, Macedonia’s former ruling party is clearly bent on obstructing the work of the new parliament and hampering progress towards EU integration.

croatia-s-far-right-will-profit-from-agrokor-s-fall-08-16-2017 17 Aug 17 Croatia’s Far Right Will Profit From Agrokor’s Fall

The economic giant’s collapse could have momentous political – as well as economic – consequences, not only for Croatia but for the whole region.

16 Aug 17 Romania’s Economy Named EU's Fastest Growing
in-pictures-wildlife-snapped-in-bulgaria-s-rhodopes-mountains-08-17-2017 In Pictures: Wildlife Snapped in Bulgaria’s Rhodopes Mountains

Cameras installed by Rewilding Rhodopes Foundation in the remote mountain range are helping document wildlife activity in one of Europe’s richest environmental habitats.

romanian-broadcast-watchdog-mulls-permit-for-russian-tv-08-17-2017 Romanian Broadcast Watchdog Mulls Permit for Russian TV

Romania’s Audiovisual Council is considering whether a Moldovan television station that rebroadcasts Russian programs can operate in Romania, amid fears that it will spread pro-Kremlin propaganda. 


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