The names of North Macedonia's new technical PM and ministers will be officially announced on Monday, in coordination with the opposition, the country's PM Zoran Zaev told media tonight after parlays with opposition leader, Hristijan Mickoski

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19 February 2020
Earthquake M4.0, 28/12 23:33, 2 km depth, 15 km SE of Thebes (Source: GEOL, UOA)1 month ago
Earthquake M4.0, 28/12 23:33, 2 km depth, 15 km SE of Thebes (Source: GEOL, UOA)
Police deployment in Podgorica tonight
Protest in Niksic1 month ago
Protest in Niksic
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The names of North Macedonia's new technical PM and ministers will be officially announced on Monday, in coordination with the opposition, the country's PM Zoran Zaev told media tonight after parlays with opposition leader, Hristijan Mickoski
1od5miliona protest tonight in Belgrade1 month ago
#1od5miliona protest tonight in Belgrade
Turkish Goverment GIV airborne from incirlik  a while ago NATO C17 left Incirlik too1 month ago
Turkish Goverment GIV airborne from incirlik a while ago NATO C17 left Incirlik too
Croatian FM: Bosnia's progress toward EU membership is also Croatia's interest
Montenegro's President signs Religious Freedom Law
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Speaker of the Parliament of Cyprus: We support the LNA in its war on terror and armed militias
Ilyushin Il-76TD from Incirlik AB Turkey heading over Eastern Mediterranean
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Vucic spoke with the Vice President of the New Serbian Democracy and MP Slaven Radunovic
Today Montenegrin flag on the Belgrade embassy is burned1 month ago
Today Montenegrin flag on the Belgrade embassy is burned
Belgrade protestors firing firework trying to set Montenegrin flag on fire.1 month ago
Belgrade protestors firing firework trying to set Montenegrin flag on fire.
A new protest over the controversial law on religion passed by Montenegro's parliament yesterday took place in the western city of Niksic tonight, where several people were detained after a brief clash between demonstrators and police.1 month ago
A new protest over the controversial law on religion passed by Montenegro's parliament yesterday took place in the western city of Niksic tonight, where several people were detained after a brief clash between demonstrators and police.
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Turkey to launch TurkStream natural gas pipeline on Jan. 8, energy and natural resources minister says
The protesters sang patriotic songs about Kosovo and chanted the names of Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic. There was a minor incident in front of the Pride Info Center in Kralja Milana1 month ago
The protesters sang patriotic songs about Kosovo and chanted the names of Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic. There was a minor incident in front of the Pride Info Center in Kralja Milana
Montenegrin police have denied claims from Serbian Orthodox Church officials in the country that officers beat one of its top bishops, Mtodije, during a protest on Thursday against the controversial religious law that was passed that night
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Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Counselor Aqila Saleh, and an accompanying parliamentary delegation arrive in Cyprus on an official visit
Dodon suggested holding a presidential election in Moldova on November 8th, 2020
During today's Serbian parliament session, right-wing opposition Dveri leader Bosko Obradovic, and his MP colleague Ivan Kostic, clashed with ruling MPs after storming the speaker area in protest of Serbian authorities' lack of reaction to a law on religion passed in Montenegro1 month ago
During today's Serbian parliament session, right-wing opposition Dveri leader Bosko Obradovic, and his MP colleague Ivan Kostic, clashed with ruling MPs after storming the speaker area in protest of Serbian authorities' lack of reaction to a law on religion passed in Montenegro
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The Higher Court in Belgrade has refused to extradite Osman Osmanovic, who is wanted for war crimes – and is in custody in Serbia – to Bosnia and Herzegovina. This decision can be appealed
A Bosnian court sentenced Ibro Cufurovic today to four years in prison for taking part in terrorist activities and with fighting for so-called Islamic State in Syria. This verdict can be appealed.
The Parliament of Montenegro adopted a bill on religious freedom, which caused widespread protests in the country
Several thousand people gathered in Banja Luka, administrative centre of Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity, Republika Srpska, tonight for two rival rallies, one a protest against its authorities and the other a counter-protest in support of its institutions
During today's debate in Montenegro on the controversial law on religion, PM Dusko Markovic met with Metropolitan Amfilohije of the country's Serbian Orthodox Church. The religious leader said that he called on the politician to withdraw the legislation
Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic Addressed Deputies: Police Protect Institutions
"We will hold a liturgy before the police if we cannot pass." Archpriest Predrag Scepanovic leads Serbian Orthodox believers in Montenegro in prayer after police stopped them from entering Podgorica's old town. So far, there are no incidents of violence
Today Montenegro Police block roads in Podgirica, while Serbs block Berane city1 month ago
Today Montenegro Police block roads in Podgirica, while Serbs block Berane city
Democratic Front MP, Andrija Mandic, urged Montenegrin citizens to take to the streets if the law on religion is passed today in Podgorica, local media reports. "People will go to the streets with icons. This cannot work out," he said during parliamentary debates
Montenegrin Bishop Joanikije of Budimlja-Niksic told local media that he had not blessed today's opposition-led protest against the controversial law on religion in Podgorica. He did, however, say that he would not prevent anyone from participating. The rally is set for 11 am
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