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New round of negotiations in Brussels: Dacic and Vucic travel for agreement. Serbian government presents austerity measures.
European market at Bosnian door. Serbian MPs want ban on gatherings. Dangerous heatwave.
Voters in Herceg Novi promised floor of the house for the ballot. "I am amazed". SDP voted for VAT.
The privatisation of CFR freight rail company is at risk of failing. The government approvs plan to buy second-hand F-16 fighter jets. Lufkin Industries opens a new manufacturing facility.
Ratification of EU brokered Pristina-Belgrade deal delayed. IMF ask Kosovo to increase taxes. “IPKO” and “Kujtesa” fined with 140.000 euro.
Serbia stops financing of police in the north. Registration at the Central Election Commission precondition for Serbian parties to take part in elections. Kosovo economic development decreasing.
Radmanovic had to let go. Suljagic claims Bosnia the new Palestine. Dodik certain he will win next elections.
Parliament rejects new referendum, Anti-graft agency starts investigation against powerful mayor, Japan Marubeni to build power plant
Slovenia opts for granting Serbia the EU start date. Serbia and Kosovo likely to use Gymnich model in Zagreb. Fuele: European Commission supports granting Serbia EU start date.
Fule asks Djukanovic for audio-recordings. Audio-recordings affair: Prime minister to be interrogated on July 15. Heat-wave until the weekend.
Thaci-Dacic meeting important for EU accession date for Serbia. Kosovo to be recognized by Thailand. Up to eight years imprisonment for piracy.
Senate postpones vote on Constitution, EBRD grants loan to BCR bank, Romania’s annual inflation reached 4.4 percent in May
Three arrest after miner’s death, minister of defense accused of corruption, Berisha inaugurates new tunnel that connect Tirana with Elbasan.
Candles for the little Berina. Boy dies in an explosion. Dodik criticizes protests.
Draskovic opts for autumn elections. Ljajic: Serbia will not discuss recent criticism of the Hague tribunal. Constitutional Court expected to put an end to the unauthorized use of telephone listings.
Comprehensive agreement between Pristina and Belgrade do be achieved this week. Migrant traffickers targeted. Fight of corruption does not produce needed effects.
Lebanese traps at ITMs. Montenegro to get the first Centre of Excellence. By borrowing money to himself, made the country poorer for seven million.
CSAT to discuss the Army equipping plan. PRM revokes party's leader. Romania's set to fall in coming years.
Drug lord Darko Saric negotiates length of prison sentence. The Netherlands still undecisive on Serbia EU start date. Looting of state reserves.
Serbia gets date in January-Kosovo get maybe the “MSA”. Decisions of parallel courts legitimized. EULEX ignored a witness of the Lybeniq massacre.
The government to seek derrogations from IMF accord. New bridge over Danube. WB revises upward economic growth estimation.
Inzko praised Radoncic. Student protests in Mostar. Serb veterans boycott a supermarket for selling Bosnian army flags.
They seek evidence of abuse. Vukovic: They will win if the DPS doesn't take part in the election. Minister Numanovic interrogated.
Real-estate prices remain high despite low demand, Macedonia not afraid of expensive food forecasts
Government to sell Telecom, tender in September. New draft law enables interception of electronic communication. Vulin: All Kosovo deals have to be status neutral.
Meta says left-wing coalition has yet to decide on the name of the premier if they win the elections, Socialist eye return of tens-of-thousands of emigrants as voters, LSI to control 40 per cent of public administration in case of electoral success.
Heavy rains hit Romania. ICR to open bookstores in major cities around the world. Many indebted companies go insolvent.
Pristina-Belgrade agreement towards failure. “New Deal” for Kosovo economy. Current Kosovo Post-Telecommunications director receives double salary by Kosovo Trust Agency.
Around thousand babies got personal numbers. SDP's politics went to impasse. RS parliament to call citizens not to pay RTV taxes.
Will of politicians to curbe corruption absent. Doctors prescribe lexilium as if it was andol. Doctors refused to enter the cave.
The Hague Tribunal has been successful in bringing wartime commanders to justice but hasn’t met expectations on reconciliation, chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz told BIRN.
Though Albania has a history of dubious elections, the forthcoming polls are fraught with new tension pitting rule of law against the need to hold elections.
When the protests in Turkey began on the 28 May, what struck me the centrality of the Mediterranean as the focus on social movements in the last two years.
Some of us in Bosnia have to stay at work and confine our protests to Facebook - so that others can take to the streets.
It is already the fifth day of the protests and still few seem to be brave (or foolish) enough to state what the protesters are actually protesting for.
It is difficult these days to resist the temptation of misusing what is happening in Turkey for comparisons, which don't work.