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Bosnia Press Review - September 22, 2014

Current government should go, SBB said. Sense documentation center opened in Potocari. Dodik convinced he would win for President of Republika Srpska.

Montenegro Press Review - September 22, 2014

Non-governmental organizations Anima appeals to "end the war" in Montenegro. The opposition party Positive accuses its leader for cooperation with PM Milo Djukanovic. Montenegrin soldiers will continue its mission in Afghanistan.

Romania Press Review – September 22, 2014

Journalist admits beeing an undercover officer, Bucharest to host games in 2020 European Football Championship, Nuclearelectrica to buy part of Enel's assets in Romania

Bosnia Press Review - September 19, 2014

Euphoria at Radoncic meetings; Trial starts for Osmanovic over bribery; Russia's Vladimir Putin supported Milorad Dodik.

Romania Press Review – September 19, 2014

UDMR asks for greater autonomy for ethnic Hungarians, EBRD keeps economic growth forecast for Romania, Freedom is the main gain of last 25 years for most Romanians

Montenegro Press Review - September 19, 2014

Science Minister Sanja Vlahovic denies plagiarism claims; China’s Exim Bank approves 687 million euro loan for Montenegro highway; Portonovi project will boost cooperation between Montenegro and Azerbaijan, Prime Minister Djukanovic says.

Bosnia Press Review - September 18, 2014

Radoncic criticized Izetbegovic, Lagumdzija and Dodik. OHR could have stopped construction of Budak church. Machine oil spilled over SNSD building in Trebinje.

Bosnia Press Review - September 17, 2014

Radoncic addressed citizens of Doboj-Istoku, Gracanica and Lukavac. Miners will not be left alone, Grabovica said. Dodik and Cvijanovic to meet Putin.

Montenegro Press Review - September 17, 2014

PM MIlo DJukanovic meets contractor of the Bar-Boljare highway. Chinese Poly Group interested in investing in Montenegro's energy projects. NATO membership is reality.

Romania Press Review – September 17, 2014

Russia is criticising Prime Minister Victor Ponta, The government seeks indefinite suspension of gas prices liberalization for households, 1.5m tourists visited Romanian seaside this summer

Serbia Press Review – September 16, 2014

Serbian state institutions employ thousands advisors. Thousands welcome Serbian basketball team. Progressives mull penalties for state officers among them.

Bosnia Press Review - September 16, 2014

There is no similarity between Scottish and Dodik's referendum. Parliament hearing chiefs of institutions. Every citizen of Republika Srpska owes 1.782 KM to a bank.

Montenegro Press Review - September 16, 2014

Party's interests more important than the public ones. The Trade Union of Education to continue talks on salaries. The government does not have a right to deal with Metalac factory.

Romania Press Review – September 16, 2014

Romanian troops in training exercise in Ukraine, Some 531,000 foreign tourists were accommodated in Romanian hotels, FDI totalled 1.3 billion euro in the first seven months of 2014

Macedonia Press Review – September 15, 2014

Government announces increase in wages for public sector; Postponed self-proclamation of ethnic Albanian republic in Macedonia

Romania Press Review – September 15, 2014

PSD officially names PM Victor Ponta as candidate in future elections, Telekom Romania starts rebranding campaign, Current account records a deficit in January-July period

Macedonia Press Review – September 12, 2014

Villagers in Macedonia prevent young people from joining Syrian war; Macedonian parliament lacks debate

Montenegro Press Review - September 12, 2014

One and Only resort to be built in Montenegro by 2017. Government has to say who ordered  security investigations of the judges. Montenegro urged to improve social protection and employment.

Bosnia Press Review - September 12, 2014

Division of Mostar would divide the country. New floods around Cazin. Student tried strangling his colleague in Brcko.

Montenegro Press Review - September 11, 2014

New owner of the Aluminum Plant Podgorica, KAP, has paid only 4 million out of 28 million euros. Cyclone brings heavy storm. German government pledges strong support to accession process of Western Balkans.

Romania Press Review – September 11, 2014

Students who did not pass high school graduation exam can apply for faculty, Annual inflation rate reaches 0.84%, EU funds absorbtion rate reaches 37%

Serbia Press Review – September 10, 2014

Serbs unsatisfied with the President. UAE company might get Nikola Tesla Airport. Democratic Party of Serbia elects new leader.

Macedonia Press Review – September 10, 2014

Macedonian jihadists originate from middle-income families. Ecologists raise environmental fears over dams.

Montenegro Press Review - September 10, 2014

It is uncertain when the new buyer will pay for the Aluminum Plant Podgorica. Municipality of Herceg Novi is set for the new elections. Montenegro and Norway to boost legal cooperation.

Romania Press Review – September 10, 2014

Parliament adopts law cutting employers’ social contributions, The government aims to cut the construction tax, Chinese company bids for construction of new units at Cernavoda nuclear plant

Macedonia Press Review – September 9, 2014

What is normal for EU judiciary in Macedonia would be a scandal; Macedonian leaders call for unity on Independence Day

Montenegro Press Review - September 09, 2014

The opposition Democratic Front consides boycott. Twelve refugees families returned to Kosovo. UNICEF presented a report on violence against children.

Romania Press Review – September 09, 2014

Romania must spend over 3 billion USD for public investments, Businesswoman held in a tax evasion case, BSE to lower trading fees for transactions

Bosnia Press Review - September 9, 2014

Wild mushrooms were up to a kilogram each. Stup traffic loop to be over in mid-October. A week of prom excursion costs 400 euro.

Romania Press Review – September 08, 2014

The president of the Senate asks for impeachement of the president, The net average monthly wage rose 5.1 per cent in July. Money for new bike paths in Bucharest

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