After hundreds of Sarajevo residents gathered in front of Bosnia's Federation Govt to protest agst inhumane treatment of mentally challenged children in Pazaric home, few reps were invited to meet the officials

Map. History of Balkans conflict

1 April 2020
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Serbian National Security Council session underway. President Vucic expected to give a statement tonight on latest in the alleged Russian spy scandal. Attendees incl: President, PM, police director, defence and justice mins, security agency reps
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Russian Foreign Ministry says that video of "GRU recruiter in Serbia" is a provocation, as man who received money is not Serbian security service agent
Hundreds are protesting in Sarajevo today over shocking images of alleged mistreatment of children in a govt-run care centre, which were shown to the public by Federation entity MP Sabina Cudic yesterday.
After hundreds of Sarajevo residents gathered in front of Bosnia's Federation Govt to protest agst inhumane treatment of mentally challenged children in Pazaric home, few reps were invited to meet the officials
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Relations between Moscow and Belgrade will not be affected due to an incident involving an employee of the Russian Embassy - Kremlin
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Serbia's Defence Minister Vulin is also attending today's meeting between Serbian President Vucic and Russia's ambassador to Belgrade, which is currently underway. The meeting comes amid a 'spy video' scandal
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Serbia's President Vucic will meet the Russian ambassador to Belgrade, amid controversy sparked by the release of a video allegedly showing a Russian spy giving money to an unknown Serbian official
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Russia and Moldova agreed to extend the gas supply contract, price for Modldova to drop to $173 for 1 TCM
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After a video surfaced this week allegedly showing a Russian diplomat giving money to a Serbian official in Belgrade, Serbia's Security Intelligence Agency told RTS today that the video is genuine and the Russian is an intelligence officer
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Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 17km SE of Leonidi, Greece
In Athens, police blocks a main city road, while monitoring an anarchist protest near ΑΣΟΕΕ.  5000 policemen, drones and helicopter to be used at the Polytechnic Uprising anniversary rally on November 17.4 month ago
In Athens, police blocks a main city road, while monitoring an anarchist protest near ΑΣΟΕΕ. 5000 policemen, drones and helicopter to be used at the Polytechnic Uprising anniversary rally on November 17.
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Greece will never accept the consequences of the Turkish invasion in Cyprus, Foreign Ministry says
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Cyprus: Turkey's oil and gas exploration off our coast is illegal, "Ankara violates international laws"
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A Serbian court sentenced former Bosnian Serb Army military policemen, Dragan Bajic and Marko Paukovic, to 12 years in prison for killing a Bosniak man, three women and a child in the Kljuc area of Bosnia in 1992
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Khamenei: The abolition of the Zionistgovernment means the Palestinian people, the true owners of the land, choose their own govt and oust people like Netanyahu. This is going to happen, like the Balkans, which became independent after 60 years, and the nation returned to their country
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Turkish Vice President: Exploration begins off the coast of northeastern Cyprus
USAF U-2S Dragon Lady 80-1085 tracking over Eastern Mediterranean
Igor Dodon gets his government in Moldova, full of his ex-advisers, led by Ion Chicu after 62 Democrats and Socialists vote for it in a rushed parliament session.
Varhelyi says EU financial assistance to Moldova will be suspended if reforms don't continue
Moldovan President Igor Dodon nominated his adviser on economics Ion Kiku, who should be approved by the parliament, as prime minister.
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Unrecognized Kosovo's army violates UNSC resolution — Serbian foreign minister
A Turkish Navy CASA CN-235 MSA ( TCB-651, callsign TURNA81) is making a patrol mission (FL030) south of Cyprus. In the last hours Turkey confirms Cyprus drilling to continue despite threat of EU sanctions4 month ago
A Turkish Navy CASA CN-235 MSA ( TCB-651, callsign TURNA81) is making a patrol mission (FL030) south of Cyprus. In the last hours Turkey confirms Cyprus drilling to continue despite threat of EU sanctions
In Chisinau, Moldova, several hundred people joined a protest rally in support of the Maia Sandu government, which was dissolved
Prime Minister Maia Sandu accuses President Igor Dodon and his pro-Russia socialist party, who were her coalition partners until today, of not being serious about reforming justice and investigating corruption in the country. Warns Moldova could lose EU aid money
Moldovan government falls after just five months, over disagreement with coalition partners over general prosecutor appointment.
63 votes decided to dismiss Moldova's pro-reform government. Socialists and Democrats (party of the fugitive oligarch) voted together against ACUM-largely controlled government. New early elections or a appointment of the new government are to follow
Greece's Independent Power Transmission Operator signed with State Grid Corporation of China an Agreement for the Expression of Interest to Invest in Ariadne Interconnection, the SPV that implements the Crete-Attica Interconnection project
The Bosnian prosecution said former reservist policeman Mico Jurisic, who was sentenced to 11 years in prison for committing crimes against humanity against non-Serb civilians in the Prijedor area in 1992, deserved a tougher punishment.
Suspected Daesh militant, who was being repatriated from Turkey, got stuck in the buffer zone between the Turkey-Greece border after Athens refused to accept him4 month ago
Suspected Daesh militant, who was being repatriated from Turkey, got stuck in the buffer zone between the Turkey-Greece border after Athens refused to accept him
Romania's incumbent centre-right President Klaus Iohannis won the first round of the country's presidential elections on Sunday, but must face former Social Democrat Prime Minister Viorica Dancila in a run-off vote
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