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Serbian opposition politicians and experts have condemned Belgrade’s decision to send a train covered in nationalist slogans and pictures to Kosovo as unnecessarily provocative.

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Hungary Shuts Down Border with Croatia

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The former director of the Health Insurance Institute of Sarajevo Canton faces a lawsuit after spending more than 20,000 euros on a conference in the US that never took place.  

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Serbian Opposition Challenged to Agree on Presidential Candidate

Opposition parties in Serbia can only win the upcoming presidential election if they unite behind a joint candidate, experts say – but whether they can agree on one candidate to be seen.

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Multi-ethnic States Have Failed in the Balkans

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