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Parties from Serbia not able to campaign in Kosovo. Serbian referendum is anti-constitutional. Labors go to picnic instead of protesting.
Romanias to have a week holiday starting on Wednesday, UDMR opposes a vote of confidence on regionalization project, WB gives money for Romania's tax system modernization
Security Minister praises police agencies. Budimir's attorney claims the arrest was coup. RS's Cvijanovic said no untouchables.
Opposition party members ask their leader to stay, Ruling party vigilant over shift in the opposition bloc
Albanians skeptical-Serbs persistent. The SAA doesn’t recognize Kosovo as a state. Jahjaga and Hoxhaj spend thousands of euros for new furniture.
Law for creating new regions to be adopted in the fall, 2019 is Romania's new deadline for joining eurozone, Over 1.4 million Romanians have celebrated their name day on Palm Sunday
Serbian parliament discuses Belgrade-Pristina deal. Conservative parties form ‘patriotic bloc’. Fuele: Serbia to implement Belgrade-Pristina deal.
BBC show presents wrong flags of Romania and Bulgaria; Van Rompuy encourages Romania; new head of the tax authority, ANAF.
Serbia puts agreement at risk; Presevo citizens seek reciprocal deal; Some people appear above the law, head of parliament says.
Lenient sentences for hooligans; accession talks with EU start after implementation of Belgrade-Pristina deal; Serbian officials to meet Kosovo Serbs.
Implementation plan of deal with Serbia ready on April 26; government spent 2.1 million euro on trips; unqualified civil servants hold office thanks to party membership.
Romania has no personal bankruptcy law; six top politicians are being investigated by the National Integrity Agency; the Bank of Cyprus is to reopen offices in Romania.
Bishop Irinej denies Danas' claims on culprits behind church's letter. The church is yet to deal with sex scandals it faced in the recent past. Vulin resigns.
Dana Skrba sentenced to 14 years for murder of photographer. Radmanovic: If half of UN recognizes Kosovo, RS to separate from Bosnia. Wahhabi leader in Buzim has four wives.
Liberal senator to head supervision fiscal authority. Petrom to awards 360m euro in dividens. EC resumes payments for Regional Operational Programme.
SDA official supports head of criminal group. SBiH and SDP leaders met. Serbia to pressure Bosnian Serbs.
Russians, Americans and Arabs interested in Telekom Srbija. Beckovic and Nikitovic main culprits for Church's letter. Westerwelle on Belgrade-Pristina deal.
Amnesty for criminals in the north. No Republika Srpska in the north. CEC spends 18,000 euros for a trip.
Former senator jailed on corruption charges. International drug band arrested in Romania. US Ford starts production of a new car at its plant in Craiova.
Greek minority party eyes coalition with Socialists ahead of poll, Rama and Meta to sign coalition pact, parties eye deadline to declare pre-electoral coalitions.
Gay scandal hits Serbian Orthodox Church. Vucic: There may be a referendum over Kosovo deal. Dacic on meetings with Thaci, Ashton.
US State Department considers Romania’s judiciary vulnerable, BBC survey shows few Romanians interested to emigrate to UK, Romania wins seven medals at European Gymnastics Championships
Luxembourg will support no passport regime with Croatia. CCI prevented from following the parliament session. Non-working days in RS 1st, 2nd and 9th May.
Solid arrangement in sight, FM says. “EU should exert pressure on Pristina”. Serbian film production may see better days.
Kingfisher buys 15 DIY stores in Romania. Romanians prefer to spend holidays in the country. ATE Bank was bought by a group of Romanian investors.
Opposition legislators squabbling after election defeat. Media to be put under powerful regulatory body.
Pristina-Belgrade agreement without prejudicing status. Footnote for Kosovo removed. Parliament clash on PTK privatization.
Kosovo refuses deal in Brussels. High school students support the violence towards LGBT persons.
Opposition acted as police at local elections; Messages from Brussels had fail to inspire Macedonia
Dog owners in Bucharest will have to sterilize their dogs, Romania sold the 15 percent share package in Transgaz, TVR pays 2 mln euro to broadcast next Olympic games
In two high-profile war crimes trials currently ongoing in Pristina, a series of witnesses have retracted previous statements alleging abuse at Kosovo Liberation Army detention centres.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…
A couple of days ago, I watched the movie „Parada“ by Srdjan Dragojevic, and I could tell why it was so widely praised by international critics.
May 1 is a day when Kosovo suddenly feels very socialist again.
Even though Sarajevo has all the attributes of a multicultural and tolerant city, war wounds seem to bring out just the opposite when certain anniversaries come along.
One problem with the Balkans is that it doesn’t have an ideology. Instead, people get by on a form of misconstrued stoicism.