Serbian MPs want security agency to release note on Oliver Ivanovic
Macedonian authorities claim the country's former ruling party illegally purchased dozens of properties worth a total of 17.5 million euros, from private homes and apartment buildings to stores and even pastures across the country.
USArmy AH-64 Apache helicopters provide attack coverage for two U.S. CH-47 Chinook helicopters during an air assault raid exercise with Greek allies at Litochoro, Greece on January 23, 2019
Thaci promised Trump to complete the job and invited him to Pristina
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Dodik and Slovakia's Lajcak in Brussels discussed current political situation in BiH.
Greek defense authorities refute media reports of Turkish ships near Imia
Dodik: Republika Srpska does not have to put up with 'international community interventionism'
Kosovo Prime Minister Haradinaj, in a letter to the Ambassadors of the Quintet countries, urged the EU and the United States to organize an international conference and set out the conditions that must be met for the abolition of taxes on imports of goods from Serbia and BiH.
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The official talks of the IMF mission with the Serbian delegation began
Serbian official Marko Djuric says Pristina should revoke tariffs to continue talks
Greece warns Turkey ahead of Imia crisis anniversary
NATO approves accession protocol for the soon-to-be renamed North Macedonia
Time running out for Cyprus: Turkish Cypriot president
Opposition loses support, Serbia's President says
Serbia to cut unemployment below 10 pct, Minister says
Slovenia's President to meet Serbia's counterpart in Belgrade
Djuric: I do not expect too much from Pristina
Greek Jewish cemetery memorial in Thessaloniki targeted, again
US Embassy in Pristina: We fully support the EU-led dialogue
FYROM FM Dimitrov: "Courage and hope defeated fear. The future is there. As [ex GR FM] Kotzias often says, history should be a teacher, not a prison. I am so proud of what we did. Long live our friendship and the friendship between our nations. Long live visionary patriotism."
EU Council President Tusk tweets in Greek to congratulate Tsipras, Zaev on ratification of Prespes deal: "They had imagination, they took the risk, they did not hesitate to sacrifice their interests for the common good. Alexis, Zoran - bravo. You achieved the impossible
Prime Minister Tsipras hails ratification of Prespes deal by Greek Parliament: "North Macedonia, born today, will be a friendly country. An ally and supporter of Greece in its efforts for security, stability and development in the region
Final vote on Greece-FYROM name deal is announced: All 300 MPs were present, with 153 voting "yes," 146 "no" and 1 "present."
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After days of heated debate, Greece's parliament has narrowly approved the controversial name agreement with neighbouring Macedonia, putting to end their decades-long dispute over the latter's name.
Croatia wants peace and stability in the region, PM @AndrejPlenkovic tells reporters after attending a Western Balkans panel at Davos
Tsipras: Under Prespes deal, Greece has won: compound name with geographical qualifier; erga omnes; eradication of revisionist/irredentist references in FYROM constitution
EU's Hahn says Belgrade and Pristina dialogue can resume by end of 2019
Skopje ready for NATO membership, PM tells Alliance's boss
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Commander of NATO AIRCOM, General Tod Wolters, will attend a ground breaking event for Kucova Airbase, Albania
On Nato, Pompeo is less than reassuring when asked if the US would go to the defence of Montenegro (the newest member). "I'm not going to get into hypotheticals about what might happen or how a certain scenario might unfold. America has always been there when there were important American and global interests at stake."