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Montenegro Press Review - July 23, 2014

Pobjeda daily paper to go bankrupt. The opposition Democratic Front called on the Socialist People's Party and the Positive Montenegro to boycot the Prime Minister’s Hour in the parlament.

Serbia Press Review - July 23, 2014

Thaci won't be indicted for organ trafficking. Serbia pressured on Russia, Ukraine.

Bosnia Press Review - July 23, 2014

Radoncic will not give up revealing political murders. Ten years since the opening of the Mostar Old Bridge. Ante Colic killed his ex-wife and committed a suicide.

Romania Press Review – July 23, 2014

Opposition parties form Christian Liberal Alliance, Tarom cancel flights to Tel Aviv, Ford factory in Craiova temporarily suspends production

Montenegro Press Review - July 22, 2014

Djukanovic declares same asset as last year. Montenegro team at the 2014 European Water Polo Championship in Budapest.

Serbia Press Review - July 22, 2014

Russian president to visit on October 19. "Ex-police chief suspected of hiring underworld figure"

Bosnia Press Review - July 22, 2014

Camdzic family needs help to reconstruct their house. What will happen to SNSD and SDP connections with documents scandal. Fruit industry in RS on its knees.

Romania Press Review – July 22, 2014

Basescu asks EU for more sanctions against Russia, Klaus Iohannis to run in presidential elections, HSBC Global Asset Management enters Romanian market

Bosnia Press Review - July 21, 2014

SDP should be explaining their relations with Dodik. Trams will not stop in Stup. Investigation against Lukac in Sarajevo.

Montenegro Press Review - July 21, 2014

Top Hill may get new owner. Deal on coalition govt in Kolasin.

Serbia Press Review - July 21, 2014

Water in Uzice Not for Drinking again. Kosovo office head: Ministerial positions for Serbs.

Romania Press Review – July 21, 2014

One third of Romanians would vote for rightist party, One Romanian citizen among victimos of Malaysian airplane, Frigoglas to relocate production

Bosnia Press Review - July 18, 2014

Senad Avdic supports Bakir Izetbegovic. Mother of suspect for killing her newborn denies pregnancy. New threats on radical pages.

Romania Press Review – July 18, 2014

New highway to connect Romania, Serbia, InterAgro closes down six fertiliser plants, Bucharest to implement flood-prevention IT system

Romania Press Review – July 17, 2014

PM Victor Ponta wants CAS tax to be reduced now, New car sales rose this year, Dozens of hotels on Romanian seaside resorts are for sale

Bosnia Press Review - July 17, 2014

Jump from the old bridge almost fatal. For starters 810 million euro to Bosnia. Hundreds of liters of alcohol needed for a kindergarten in Banja Luka.

Bosnia Press Review - July 16, 2014

German police investigates Izetbegovic. Bosnia with high expectations of the conference. Dodik's life in danger.

Romania Press Review – July 16, 2014

Disputes over Romania's nomination of EU Commissioner, Tax evasion at 16 per cent last year, OMV Petrom discover new oil reservoir in the Black Sea

Romania Press Review – July 15, 2014

Basescu and Ponta fails to reach agreement on tax reduction law, Brother of President Basescu indicted for bribe taking, FDI in Romania grew in the first months of this year

Macedonia Press Review – July 15, 2014

Macedonia buries four helicopter pilots; Law change aims to shorten payments for retired MPs

Bosnia Press Review - July 15, 2014

Radoncic promised a new day for democracy. Investigation against Presidency arsonists in status quo. Human Rights and Refugee Ministry spending a lot.

Serbia Press Review - July 14, 2014

Krstic to become Vucic's advisor on finances. Nikolic to atten business forum in Croatia. Vujovic opts for cuts of pensions and salaries in public sector.

Romania Press Review – July 14, 2014

Basescu and Porosenko discuss over situation in eastern Ukraine, Former communist official dies at age 87, Simona Halep wins Bucharest tennis tournament

Bosnia Press Review - July 14, 2014

Family still looking for Elma Idic. Covic said talks over Mostar continue. Salaries to judge and prosecutors in Republika Srpska will not increase.

Albania Press Review - July 14, 2014

Controversial bill to reform the HCJ revealed, Basha’s favorite looses party elections in Durres, Socialist MP accused of threatening Democratic Party spokesperson.

Albania Press Review - July 11, 2014

Albania opposition announces boycott of parliament, Ireland will be model for Albania’s new administrative division, judges council slams political attacks on corruption.

Romania Press Review – July 11, 2014

Public institutions investigated over IT contracts, EC warns Romania has to comply with European regulation in five areas, House prices registered a decrease of 3.3 per cent in the first quarter of 2014

Bosnia Press Review - July 11, 2014

Ado Hasanovic lost more than 30 members of his family. Novak Djukic will return to Bosnia, said his attorney. Banja Luka withouth vaccines for two-month babies.

Bosnia Press Review - July 10, 2014

Peace March participants on their final phase to Potocari. Hasiba Salkic to bury her two sons. Bosnia worries with number of users of narcotics.

Romania Press Review – July 10, 2014

Constitutional Court rules in dispute between president and goverment, Annual inflation went down to 0.66 per cent in June, Romania cashed 1.7 billion euro from the European Commission in 2014

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