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/en/file/show//Images/FeatureHome/Macedonian Parliament by MIA 660.jpg ‘Martial Law’ Rumour Fuels Unease in Macedonia

The new manager of an old Yugoslav military complex denied allegations that the authorities are preparing a bunker to serve as command post for declaring martial law in the country.

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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

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26 Apr 17

Moldova-Ukraine Border Plan Makes Transnistria Anxious

The separatist government in Transnistria has accused Moldova and Ukraine of trying to impose a blockade, after the two countries agreed to set up a joint checkpoint at the border.

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moldova-ukraine-border-plan-makes-transnistria-anxious-04-26-2017
26 Apr 17

Moldova-Ukraine Border Plan Makes Transnistria Anxious

The separatist government in Transnistria has accused Moldova and Ukraine of trying to impose a blockade, after the two countries agreed to set up a joint checkpoint at the border.

mine-sale-sparks-bosnian-serb-israeli-diplomatic-row-04-25-2017
26 Apr 17

Mine Sale Sparks Bosnian Serb-Israeli Diplomatic Row

The possible sale of Bosnia's key iron-ore mine to an Israeli investor has sparked political infighting in Republika Srpska and a diplomatic row involving Bosnian Serb politicians and Israel.

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Dishonour for Zagreb Over ‘Alternative Facts’ About Holocaust

The Zagreb authorities have showed their disrespect for World War II victims by honouring a film-maker whose documentary downplays the crimes committed at the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia.

austria-s-omv-sues-romania-for-petrom-environmental-clean-up-expenses-04-25-2017 25 Apr 17 Austria’s OMV Sues Romania over Environmental Clean-Up

Austrian oil group OMV, which controls Romania’s former state-owned Petrom, has filed an arbitration suit accusing Bucharest of not reimbursing environmental clean-up costs and violating its privatisation contract.

19 Apr 17 Bulgaria Stands to Gain from EU-Gazprom Deal
serbian-capitol-to-host-conspiracy-theorist-david-icke-04-25-2017 Serbian Capital to Host Conspiracy Theorist David Icke

David Icke, the former BBC broadcaster best known for his belief that reptiles from outer space control the world, is visiting Serbia, a country much given to conspiracy theories.

montenegro-s-eurovision-contestant-sparks-controversy-04-20-2017 Montenegro Eurovision Singer Hits Wrong Note Back Home

Slavko Kalezic, Montenegro's entry for the Eurovision song contest, may have wowed some international audiences with his provocative appearance - but it has appalled many people at home who deem it an insult to traditional values. 

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