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Shocking pedophilia trial begins. Central Election Commission annuls election of President and Vice-Presidents of the Federation. President of Republika Srpska satisfied with Russian support.
Anti-corruption team investigating trade union leader. The European Commission delivers loan to Romania. Petrom plans to pay dividends.
Questions raised over need for IMF cash. Businessman urge moderation in use of IMF money, Opposition gives up key demand in hope of agreement on elections.
Serbian 'mercenaries' in South Africa. Former NATO officer says sorry for 1999 bombing. Quarter of 'war-disabled' have false diagnosis. Power company EPS may be sold to Russians.
Legislative commission calls for PTK privatisation strategy to be dropped from budget plans. Kosovo-wide protests against EULEX. Global Fund freezes millions in funding over alleged violations by by Ministry of Health.
Government to go it alone over elections. No point in elections without opposition participation. Government will dissolve parliament
Putin announces €10 billion for projects in Serbia. Russia and Serbia sign bilateral deals. Moscow supports Belgrade's EU bid. Serbia marks 12th anniversary of NATO bombing. Another celebrity couple breaks up.
Constitutional Court rules in favour of new Labor Code. President orders new preventive measures against terrorist activity. The beer market shrinks by 3.5 per cent to 17 million hectoliters
UK considers abolition of visas for BiH citizens. Infamous war criminal before the Court. Dodik talks to Putin in Belgrade.
Alexander the Great statue 'built illegally'. 2012 budget prepared in advance. Currency under threat of devaluation
Belgrade ready to host Putin. Putin to meet members of Serbian motorcycle club. Djokovic donates US $100,000 to Gracanica monastery. "Scaid" Rakija should be 'withdrawn from market'.
3.500 Bosnians charged with alleged crimes against Serbs. Federation budget by the end of the week. Council of EU Foreign Ministers strengthens regulations.
LDK ignores AAK’s Pacoli petition. Albania supports President Pacolli's plan for economic union. Justice system denies human rights.
Romania will participate in enforcing Libya arms embargo. Chamber of Deputies rejects Roma name change. Government adopts emergency finance plan.
Indirect Taxation Authority staff arrested for alleged fraud. Trial begins over terrorist attack in Bugojno. Banja Luka in fear of another earthquake.
PM buys new bullet proof Mercedes. Three municipality officials arrested on corruption allegations. Former deputy PM files motion in video corruption case.
Macedonia presents case to ICJ, Wikileaks reveal Greece accepted double name formula. A1 TV bank accounts frozen.
Austrians are only bidder for Telekom. Putin to watch Red Star vs.Zenit. Belgrade-Banja Luka relations "never better". Djindjic interviewees must heed subpoenas.
Pacolli calls for economic union with Albania. Opposition AAK fails in bid for new for Constitutional Court ruling. Government to spend millions on luxury vehicles.
Opposition Social-Democrats complain to Constitutional Court. Government to keep the tax and VAT at current levels. Renewables may generate €5 billion
Police block protest against ethnic Greek mayor. Socialists to nominate candidate for Tirana. Opposition accuses government of tampering with voters' lists.
Kosovo’s Embassies ignore security issues. EU to appoint a new EU emissary to Kosovo. Talks between Kosovo and Serbia on March 25 and 26.
Zoran Thaler embroiled in corruption scandal. Parties insincere about name dispute, Prime Minister continues anti A1 TV rhetoric.
EU candidacy unlikely this year. Situation in Libya mirrors Serbia in 1999. More employed in EU related work. Belgrade no longer marks March 17 riots.
Romania in agreement with U.N. Security Council on Libya. Unemployment falls to 6.58 per cent in February. IMF Executive Board to discuss will discuss €13 billion stand-by loan for Romania on March 25.
Price hikes fuel inflation, Junior coalition party boycotts senior partner, Uncertainty over government coalition.
Social Liberal Union challenges new Labour Code. Rents fell by 12 per cent. The economic outlook improves.
Prime Minister wages war on two fronts. Macedonian journalism reaches rock bottom. Election of central bank head shakes ruling coalition.
Limaj accused of war crimes. Second round of talks between Kosovo and Serbia next week. Thaci says budget is a finished matter despite IMF concerns.
Gas companies call for price hike. Six companies apply to advise on Petrom sale. Romanian inflation highest in EU.
To keep its reform policy credible for investors, the government must find common ground with the IMF and look for a new arrangement, experts say.
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.
It is the stuff of urban legends.