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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
The European Commission report was postponed for the sake of Serbia; last chance in the Pristina-Belgrade dialogue; opposition criticizes PTK privatization.
Brussels gives Macedonia a positive assessment on neighbourly relations; Ashton visits Macedonia, talks to leaders.
List of 35 former officials allegedly involved in political crimes, Bucharest mayor announces plans for large infrastructure work, NGOs complain of lack of access to public info to Senate
Noone still answers for election irregularities; Catherine Ashton arrives to Skopje
Democrats regain control of the CEC, Berisha defies the international community, heated debates in parliament as parties battle for CEC control.
Compromise on police, courts and the KSF needed in Pristina-Belgrade dialogue. Oppositional parties have no power to remove Thaci. Lawmakers allowed not to vote.
BH Airlines canceled flights again. Mostar financial crisis is not over. Cavic should apologize to Serbs.
Nikolic's speech at the UN is obstacle for EU progress. Belgrade and Pristina expected to continue talks on Wednesday. No agency is monitoring radiation in Serbia.
Justice minister's main goal is to get a favourable EU report on reforming judiciary, Tomatoes, cucumbers bring half of turnover for local producers, Daimler might open an auto components factory in Romania
Bakir Izetbegovic disturbed by deportation of Iranian diplomats. Bomber without motive. Budimir approved 162 amnesty demands.
There is no “right time” for a name change. Calls for courage in the name dispute.
Bucharest should have three new sport halls. Irregularities found at Bucharest public transport company. JP Morgan improves its forecast on economic increase for Romania.
Slovakia to recognize Kosovo after Belgrade-Pristina deal. Progressives launch petition for snap polls in Vojvodina. EU reports on Serbia will not be positive.
Macedonia full of illegal weapons; Catherine Ashton to visit Skopje
Most Serbians think the police are corrupt; Killer of 13 dies in hospital; EU countries split over Serbia.
Death of a man in Hungary worries Bucharest, Low cost airline Blue Air is up for sale, Oltchim is to start paying overdue wages
Killer of 13 has history of violence; State commission opens President Tito’s safe; Vucic seeks consultation with Gordon and Heusgen.
Silence in Skopje after Greek-Macedonia ‘Name’ Talks; Athens discontent from the new Macedonia ‘name’ proposal
Ruling coalition leaders publicly disagree on new solidarity tax, The healthcare system in Romania needs more money, Wizz Air announces new route from Bucharest to Tel Aviv
EU waits for Serbia to accept deal. Preteni hides “supermen” in the government. Fight against corruption-a challenge for the Kosovo prosecution.
Bosnian airline continues to struggle; three persons related to Darko Elez arrested; agreement misused for illegal weapons trade.
The PD and LSI continue cooperation in local government; city council approves expansion of Tirana’s main boulevard; Socialists seek new allies ahead of polls.
Belgrade can still get accession talks date; Serbia declares day of mourning after mass slaying; Nikolic to present analysis on Hague tribunal.
Negotiations at point Zero. UN converts Albanians into Serbs. EULEX violates citizen rights.
Parliament to pass property law, Two doctors taken in custody for receiving bribe, Trade deficit lowered in February
Attempted import of illegal potency pills. Croatian PM called Bosnian constitution “not the happiest solution”. Dodik calls for support to Serbia in Kosovo talks.
Thaci accepts continuation of Belgrade, Pristina dialogue. Ashton’s and European Commission reports on Serbia bring no recommendations. Amended law helps pregnant women.
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.
Today is Let’s Clean Up Kosovo Day.
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.