The family of an autistic boy who was shot by a police officer at a protest in NS is looking for an investigation. A protest announced today at 7 pm in front of the police station in Detelinara, because an inspector who allegedly beat a boy with autism is working in that police station

Map. History of Balkans conflict

2 March 2021
Protest in Plovdiv. photo: Ruslan Yordanov
Protest tonight in Sofia, Bulgaria
Tens of thousands of protestors in Sofia Bulgaria today, demanding the resignation of PM Borissov and prosecutor general Geshev. Perhaps the biggest democratic gathering of Bulgarians since 1990
The Serbian President and Prime Minister of Kosovo hold their first face-to-face meeting in Brussels in 20 months
In Chisinau, seven people detained at a protest of veterans
The family of an autistic boy who was shot by a police officer at a protest in NS is looking for an investigation. A protest announced today at 7 pm in front of the police station in Detelinara, because an inspector who allegedly beat a boy with autism is working in that police station
Democratic Party of Moldova demands to convene High council of security on deployment of 37 new checkpoints by Trasnistrian authorities in safe zone
Veterans of Trasnistria war protesting in central Chisinau, police intervened after attempt to deploy tents. Tensions now
Bosnia FM advocates border opening for all nationalities, following the decision to allow entry for citizens of EU and Schengen area with negative Covid19 test
7 month ago
The North Macedonian State Electoral Commission's website was temporarily brought down by an alleged DDoS attack during the parliamentary elections yesterday. SEC officials insisted that the alleged attack did not affect the data
The Bosnian state court's appeals chamber today found Bosnian Serb ex soldier Sretko Pavic guilty of war crimes, committed in the village of Rizvanovici near Prijedor in July 1992
In Moldova, the opposition is gathering the signatures under the no confidence vote against the government. The opposition takes with a salt of grain the fact that the EU acknowledged the reform efforts of the government, in return for which new assistance was approved
7 month ago
Greek Foreign Minister: We asked the European Union to impose multiple sanctions on Turkey
7 month ago
North Macedonia's former PM declares victory in early elections
7 month ago
Two of U.S. 6th Fleet's P-8A aircraft participated in Bulgarian-led exercise Breeze today in the Black Sea.
7 month ago
North Macedonia, national parliamentary election: Polls close in the country. The latest update at 20:30 CEST has the turnout at 50.84%.
7 month ago
European Parliament member Costas Maverds: Sanctions must be imposed on Turkey for violating the arms embargo on Libya and its support for terrorism
Many thousands of people in Sofia at protest tonight, demanding resignation of Borissov
Big anti-government protest in Sofia, Bulgaria
Rumors in Sofia that Borisov will step down as prime minister by the end of this month but the cabinet led by his party, GERB, will stay in office till the next general elections in March 2021
@SecPompeo was sparing when asked about Hagia Sophia. He expressed his disappointment with Turkey's decision "I have nothing else to add he said
7 month ago
Vučić: We are talking to one country, the vaccine maybe by the end of the year
7 month ago
North Macedonia goes to the polls in a high-stakes and complicated-as-ever election.
Bulgarian police last night had red paint thrown at them in reaction to police violence during days of anti government protests
Bulgaria on fire. Day 6 of protests against EPP GERB gov of BoykoBorisov. Protests are held in more than 20 cities around the country.
Demonstration in Belgrade7 month ago
Demonstration in Belgrade
Protest in Bulgaria
Day 6 of protests in Bulgaria
The Protests are in full swing as the sixth day comes to an end @2153 local time in Sofia Bulgaria, @BoykoBorissov stated his cabinet has no intention of resigning
Several citizens went on a protest walk from the building of the Nis Assembly to the Palace of Justice.7 month ago
Several citizens went on a protest walk from the building of the Nis Assembly to the Palace of Justice.
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