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European Parliament deputies wants to know more about Kosovo’s President Atifete Jahjaga. EU member states cannot agree on the bloc's future presence in Kosovo. Albanian National Army appears again in public.
European Parliament calls for an end to campaign violence in Albania. Rama calls Election Commission head a gangster. Berisha asks supporters to avoid confrontations during the campaign.
EU Parliamentaries say Bosnian citizens should not be held hostage by narrow political interests. Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik works against state institutions. Referendum announced once again.
Albania parties lack transparency on campaign funds. Berisha denies allegations that he testified in former dissident's trial. Police numbers boosted ahead of election.
Macedonian politicians 'invade' Facebook, Skopje’s construction works cause traffic chaos, Government passive over galloping inflation
Serbia to complete EU questions by Easter. Ceca to sell house to pay fine. Governor to keep inflation rate at 6 per cent. Serbia could ban burqa.
Government debt is likely to be 37.7 per cent of GDP in 2011, Central bank to revise year-end inflation forecast. Advertising in print media €30 million in March.
Campaign row erupts in ministry of interior. Police commander accuses deputy minister of ordering illegal move against opposition protestors. Son of one of the victims of January riot dead in apparent suicide.
Montenegro is 35 per cent Serb, poll shows. Progressives: Tadic keeps mum on election call. Ceca strikes deal to avoid jail. Outcome of Telekom deal to be known on Wednesday.
Belgium concerned about influx of Kosovan asylum seekers. Pharmacies in Kosovo will strike today. Senior Kosovo Serb policemen may be dismissed.
Parties start electioneering. Authorities unable to prevent school violence. More party placemen in public office.
Former High Representative doubts chances for peaceful dissolution. Explosive device detonated under car of Croat Democratic Union delegate. Intelligence agencies eavesdrop on citizens.
Inflation rate hits 31-month high. French company has highway contract cut short. Romanian researchers win 49 medals.
Hague chief prosecutor Brammertz visits Sarajevo. Carla del Ponte confident that Ratko Mladic and Goran Hadzic will be arrested soon. And if they are arrested after the deadline, they will be judged by a residual mechanism.
Fight over cherry trees overshadows Belgrade gesture of solidarity with Japan. Socialists hope to join the winning party after elections. Doctors are the most corrupted professionals in Serbia. Crash of small plane kills three.
Bucharest won’t sell 9.84 percent stake in oil company OMV Petrom for less than 600 million euro, Pharmaceuticals company Johnson & Johnson accused of bribing doctors in Romania, Consumer prices rose 0.6% in March from a month earlier
Plagiarism goes unpunished in Macedonia. Macedonians hurry to insure homes. Skopje deaf to EU remarks.
Clashes between opposition and ruling party supporters. Activists clash in Tirana over party symbols. Ministry of Interior manipulated the 2010 crime statistics.
A US advisor to help the CEC during elections, CEC accused of manipulating the ballots for the elections in the municipality of Tirana.
EP document changes 'Macedonian language' to 'Official Language'. Future Macedonian government may be unstable. Government put pressure on Kanal 77 radio.
Population down by 220,000. Government signs military deal with France. Vesna Pesic leaves LDP. Parliamentarians smoke at work despite ban.
Roma in a difficult position in Bosnia. Charges against former leaders of of Yugoslavia. Croat representatives refuse to leave official apartments.
Former agriculture minister dies. Central Bucharest bank robbed. Almost all business report 'restructuring' in 2010
OSCE under pressure to deliver positive report on Albania’s May 8 elections, Greece threatens Albania over death of ethnic Greek. Socialist contest the voting procedures for the May 8 elections.
European Parliament to vote on Macedonia resolution, Foreign Minister denies planning to leave the country. Government tries to circumvent courts over communication tapping
Far-right leader sent for trial. Wheat crop up 7 per cent this year. EC complains about air pollution.
Chief ICTY prosecutor arrives in Bosnia. Wikileaks: US Ambassador’s says Dodik is a biggest threat to Balkan stability. Dodik accuses the former US ambassador of playing politics.
Tadic calls all parties to unite on EU goal. Libyan leader 'loves Serbs'. Governor optimistic on inflation. Poll: Progressives/DSS coalition would win elections. Journalists call for media strategy from Tadic.
Ghost voters on electoral lists. Presidents’ calls for dialogue. Berisha 'called for political prisoner to be hung' during communist trial.
Del Ponte blocked NATO indictment. Broadcasting agency appoints 'unqualified' member. Mladic's wife claims he is not alive. Vucurevic has "no stians on his soul".
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.
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.