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Macedonia’s Appeal Court is to decide within the next two days whether to detain former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and top officials of his VMRO DPMNE party on election fraud charges.

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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


21 Jul 17

Infighting Brings Down Bosnia's Ruling Coalition

After months of bickering and blockades, the coalition ruling at Bosnia's state level and in the Federation entity has broken up.

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20 Jul 17

Serbia in Two Minds Over New IMF Deal

With the economy in relatively good shape, a question mark hangs over whether Serbia needs a fresh arrangement with the Fund.

20 Jul 17

Kosovo War Court President Promises Impartial Justice

The president of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers, Ekaterina Trendafilova, told BIRN the new court has no ethnic bias, will protect its witnesses from intimidation and deliver justice impartially and independently.

19 Jul 17

New Migrants Face Old Terrors on Balkan Route


Bosnia’s Next Elections Could be a Game Changer

As internal acrimony consumes the nationalist camps, the 2018 elections could see a breakthrough by a reunited Bosnian left – transforming the country’s reform prospects.

bitcoin-atm-challenges-law-on-its-use-07-19-2017 21 Jul 17 Kosovars Warned About Using First Bitcoin ATM

Kosovo is about to get the first virtual currency ATM in the Balkans - but the central bank has warned potential users that they cannot expect much protection from the law.

20 Jul 17 Serbia in Two Minds Over New IMF Deal
18 Jul 17 Albania Hopes Japanese Embassy Will Boost Ties
nine-rare-bronze-age-tombs-discovered-in-romania-07-21-2017 Bronze Age Tomb Finds Thrill Romanian Historians

Romanian archaeologists say nine Bronze Age tombs discovered recently in the east may shed new light on the trade conducted in ancient times between Eastern and Western Europe. 

edgar-degas-ballerinas-strike-a-pose-at-sanu-07-18-2017 Edgar Degas’ Ballerinas Strike a Pose at Belgrade

One of the biggest art scene events in Belgrade this summer will undoubtedly be the exhibition of renowned French impressionist, Edgar Degas. 


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