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Bosnia Press Review - June 18, 2015

Diplomatic battle over Srebrenica. On 20th anniversary 130 victims to be buried in Srebrenica. Austrian Foreign Minister warns of radical Islam in Bosnia.

Romania Press Review – June 18, 2015

President cautios about extra pensions for lawmakers, Bucharest goes down in 2015 cost of living ranking, National Post registers growth

Bosnia Press Review - June 17, 2015

Sarajevo flooded with heavy rain. Austrian Minister Kurz coming to Sarajevo. Two arrested in Prijedor for alleged war crimes.

Romania Press Review – June 17, 2015

Green light for MPs’ special pensions, Elena Udrea gets off house arrest, New EBRD director in Romania

Montenegro Press Review - June 17, 2015

Ecology moves citizens from the coastal area, the survey shows.  The government urged to stop a mass migration from the northern regions. Being a credible partner recommends Montenegro for NATO membership

Montenegro Press Review - June 16, 2015

Montenegro to train its troops at US military college. The opposition accuses Djukanovic of deceivig the public. France praises Montenegro's regional contribution.

Bosnia Press Review - June 16, 2015

Hotel Nacional in Sarajevo awaits reconstruction. Seems like SDA and HDZ will rule alone. RS assembly ready to discuss reform agenda.

Romania Press Review – June 16, 2015

PM Ponta misses hearings, FDI up in the first four months, Ikea to open new store in Bucharest

Romania Press Review – June 11, 2015

Justice Minister might join UNPR ranks, PNL give plans for protests on Friday, Canada’s Transeastern Power Trust acquires solar parks

Bosnia Press Review - June 11, 2015

Durakovic said he is not returning without Oric to Srebrenica. Cvitkovic's doves returned to Mostar after Pope's visit. Dodik to attend a reception in Sarajevo.

Romania Press Review – June 10, 2015

Embassies react to vote in parliament; unit 1 at nuclear plant temporarily disconected; trade deficit rose 14.5 per cent in Jan-April period.

Montenegro Press Review - June 10, 2015

Serbian tycoon sells off his property in Podgorica; local governments owe parties over 850,000 euro; Prime Minister Djukanovic to host NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

Bosnia Press Review - June 10, 2015

One person dies in Sarajevo car accident; EU remains committed to Bosnia; governments to sign reform agendas.

Bosnia Press Review - June 9, 2015

Sarajevo court to decide over releasing Arslanagic. Kukic said Pope's visit showed citizens were smarter than politicians. Radoncic not interested in a coalition with the HDZ.

Romania Press Review – June 09, 2015

Parliamentary panel rejects prosecutors request on PM, US Embassy wants all wrongdoings to be investigated, The net average monthly wage rose in April

Montenegro Press Review - June 9, 2015

Djukanovic's party wants to quit coalition for the next election. The Constitutional Court rules against new tax fees in Budva. United opposition wins elections, MP say

Montenegro Press Review - June 8, 2015

Gas poisoning kiled  one in Zelenika port. Consolidation of anti-regime forces is the opposition's duty, opposition leader claims. Darko Pajovic wins Positive party's leadership.

Romania Press Review – June 08, 2015

PM Ponta to challenge prosecutor’s order, Discussions over new Defence Strategy, EU money for subway in Bucharest

Romania Press Review – June 05, 2015

Germany's defense minister discusses security issues in Bucharest, Surge in number of Romanians working in UK, IMF says Romania's Tax Code to be revised

Montenegro Press Review - June 5, 2015

Abu Dhabi Fund approves 50 million euro loan for Montenegrin agriculture.Montenegro to appoint special prosecutor for organize crime. Chinese to hire locals for highway construction.

Kosovo Press Review - June 4, 2015

 Kosovars should distance themselves from gunmen in Kumanovo. 700 Kosovo Serb refugees and IDPs will be returned this year. Local TV accuses Kosovo officials of trying to politically influence the EU's rule of law mission.

Bosnia Press Review - June 4, 2015

Merchants in hunger strike in Zivinice over inspections. RS ruling coalition in question. Djokovic family is not opening a restaurant in Banja Luka.

Montenegro Press Review - June 4, 2015

Democratic front announces mass protests for the autumn. Police questioned father of alleged jihadists in Syria. Ranko Krivopakic wins Pyrrhic victory, analysts say.

Romania Press Review – June 04, 2015

The unemployment rate reached 6.9 per cent in April, Debt issue for retail investors, British gambling operator leaves Romania

Croatia Press Review – June 4, 2015

Croatia and Serbia agree upon 1,606 persons missing from the 1990s war. Zagreb mayor set an urgent meeting on the quality of water in Zagreb’s lake of Jarun. Companies risk fines of up to 13,300 euro for nagging consumers.

Kosovo Press Review - June 3, 2015

Kosovo lawmakers want the word "genocide" taken out of the law for the special court. Vetevendosje activists skip a court date in vandalism trial. EU Minister says that Kosovo will recieve no new conditions for visa liberalization.

Serbia Press Review – June 3, 2015

The adoption of a new constitution in 2017. The model used for privatization in Serbia was problematic. Not enough gynecologists in Serbia.

Romania Press Review – June 3, 2015

The economy could grow by more than 4 per cent this year, MPs reject a detention request, Many OLAF investigations in Romania

Bosnia Press Review - June 3, 2015

Obama's man for fight against ISIS coming to Bosnia. Kosevo stadium turned in an open-air church. Cvijanovic insisted RS is a factor in negotiations.

Serbia Press Review – June 2, 2015

Social assistance is used to fund party campaigns. Top of The State Security denies involvement in the murder of journalist Slavko Curuvija. Angela Merkel arrives in Belgrade on July 9.

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