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Montenegrin Constitutional Court judges reject judicial chief's claim that the court works under political influence.
Sarajevo _ An association supporting families of deported and murdered Bosnian men has asked to meet Montenegro’s President and Prime Minister to seek apologies for the wartime deportation of their loved ones.
Split _ Boris Dvornik, one of the best-loved Croatian actors has died from stroke at his home in the coastal city of Split, local media reported Monday.
Pristina _ Following the recognition of Kosovo by Hungary, Croatia and Bulgaria, more countries in the Balkans region signalled Thursday they would follow suit soon.
Podgorica _ Montenegro's place is in NATO and the European Union, a local daily, Vijesti, on Thursday quoted an American scholar as saying.
Sarajevo _ Reis Mustafa Ceric, the religious leader of Bosnian Muslims, has demanded an apology from Montenegro for the 1992 killing of Bosniaks, Sarajevo daily Dnevni Avaz reported Thursday.
Podgorica _ The prime ministers of Montenegro and Croatia have agreed that The International Court of Justice, ICJ, should rule in a dispute over their maritime border, a Podgorica daily reported Thursday.
As the EU organizes a second media freedom conference on June 20, the jury is out on whether Brussels has positively affected a generally deteriorating situation for the media in the region.
Montenegro will get a new telecom operator, which will be state-owned, said the the Deputy Minister for Electronic Communications and Postal Services, Ratko Strugar.