Quake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale shook the Corinthian Gulf on Saturday afternoon and was felt as far as Athens. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damages

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19 September 2019
Demonstrators light flares as they head to the govt building in Belgrade, where Serbian actor Branislav Lecic will address the crowd of anti-govt protesters.  1od5miliona5 month ago
Demonstrators light flares as they head to the govt building in Belgrade, where Serbian actor Branislav Lecic will address the crowd of anti-govt protesters. #1od5miliona
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Quake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale shook the Corinthian Gulf on Saturday afternoon and was felt as far as Athens. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damages
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 6km SSW of Itea, Greece
Two brothers were shot dead in a mafia-style assassination this morning in the Albanian northern city of Shkoder. In the last 8 months, the city is rocked by 11 murders as a result of a bloody war among two criminal groups. However, none of the shooters was ever identified.
[email protected]_romania the 3rd biggest party in Romania has just submited the Magnitsky Act in the RO parliament
1od5miliona rally in Priboj, Serbia5 month ago
#1od5miliona rally in Priboj, Serbia
PSD is officially forbidding Kovesi, the European parliaments top candidate for chief European prosecutor from leaving the country
Laura Kovesi, former head of Romania's anti-corruption agency and candidate to become new European public prosecutor, has apparently been placed under judicial control by Romania's Magistrates' Investigation Section, and banned from leaving the country
President Iohannis: PSD has crossed every limit. Every 3 days there's an emergency ordinance. This is an attack against the constitution by this 'accident of democracy' that is PSD'
President Iohannis: 'It is certain, i'll call a referendum on 26th of May because this is no longer acceptable. PSD is attempting to destroy the judiciary.'
During today's protest, opposition protesters sprayed paint at the Interior Ministry building in Tirana Albania, after their failed attempts to break through the police cordon at the main entrance of Parliament.
Albanian Interior minister is live-tweeting how his ministry gets attacked by angry protestors.5 month ago
Albanian Interior minister is live-tweeting how his ministry gets attacked by angry protestors.
Anti-govt demonstrators in Tirana have started throwing smoke bombs at police, who are blocking them from getting close to the parliament building.5 month ago
Anti-govt demonstrators in Tirana have started throwing smoke bombs at police, who are blocking them from getting close to the parliament building.
Dodik: Serbs should not pay attention to enemies of Republika Srpska
@facebook/@instagram remove 2,632 pages, groups, accounts tied to "inauthentic behavior" connected to Iran, Russia, Macedonia, Kosovo
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Kosovo's Deputy Justice Minister Vesna Mikic was sacked yesterday after describing the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, which was a military intervention to help Kosovo Albanians, as "genocide against a sovereign state".
Canadair water bomber in action over fires near Sutina, S Croatia yesterday, March 25. Report: Mario Mušterić / partners @crometeohr5 month ago
Canadair water bomber in action over fires near Sutina, S Croatia yesterday, March 25. Report: Mario Mušterić / partners @crometeohr
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USAF RC-135V Rivet Joint airborne SIGINT platform on mission
Romanian police found a capsized boat with 800kgs of cocaine onboard in Danube Delta on the border of Ukraine5 month ago
Romanian police found a capsized boat with 800kgs of cocaine onboard in Danube Delta on the border of Ukraine
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Greek PM says Turkish jets buzzed his helicopter
Novi Pazar: A fire near the Djurdjevi Stupovi monastery5 month ago
Novi Pazar: A fire near the Djurdjevi Stupovi monastery
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Serbia's Vucic: I don't think I'm either unmistakeable or irreplaceable
Romania says will transfer embassy to Jerusalem
As they head back to the main square in Podgorica, anti-govt protesters "Throw away your shields" at police and "We are the state."
Anti-govt protesters in Podgorica are heading back to the main square in the Montenegrin capital.
Thousands of anti-govt protesters are marching through Podgorica. Organised by a group of intellectuals, academics, NGO activists and journalists, Montenegro's oduprise protests were sparked by new revelations of corruption in the political elite.
Outside the Montenegrin prosecution building in Podgorica, anti-govt protesters light flares and call for justice. They accuse top govt officials, incl President Djukanovic, of corruption. #oduprise
Protest 1od5miliona in Belgrade5 month ago
Protest #1od5miliona in Belgrade
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The Foreign Ministry called the bombing of Yugoslavia in March-June 1999 "a spot of shame on NATO's reputation. Air strikes led to numerous civilian casualties, and the Kosovo problem was never resolved, the ministry said
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Serbia's students outside state TV: Peaceful protests to continue
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