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Local football authorities promise action after reports of widespread match-fixing in the football league, which is ruining the image of ‘the beautiful game’ among fans.
Senjanovic, co-founder of the iconoclastic Croatian political magazine Feral Tribune, directed his critical wit against nationalists and warmongers before and after the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia.
Anti-Corruption Agency wants to outlaw the widespread practice of officials taking outside employment.
While the number of drug users rises steadily in Romania, harm-reduction programmes face closure as government funds dry up.
Kosovo playwright Jeton Neziraj discusses his work on such topics such as nationalism in art, Kosovo-Serbia relations, the links between religion and terrorism, and his new play on the possible independence of Wales.
The profitable public company has proven a generous donor to causes dear to the ruling URS, which controls the airport.
The preliminary narrow victory of Filip Vujanovic sends a warning shot to the ruling DPS that it can no longer take election victories for granted.
The alarming decline in the population will further destabilise the economy and society unless the government can turn matters round.
As Serbian nationalists try to re-enact the Yogurt Revolution of the late 1980s, it sounds like history replayed as farce – but it is still no laughing matter.
Belgrade’s failure to obtain a start date for EU membership talks in June will not cause immediate damage to the economy, but the long-term implication are worrying, experts say.
Corruption probe into Telekom Slovenije revives accusations that bribery helped secure the mobile phone license of Kosovo’s second-largest provider.
The debate on war crimes courts at the UN General Assembly could have been a genuine chance to examine international justice and reconciliation, but it was marred by politically-motivated rhetoric.
Tycoons, an alleged war criminal and a Gendarmerie commander are among those finding new ways to present their cases to the public.
A former opposition MP who headed Albania’s largest public corporation failed to disclose an offshore entity as required by law, Balkan Insight can reveal.
Following a UN expert report, Tirana denies knowing that arms destined for the Gulf ended up in the hands of Libyan rebels.