Montenegro has renewed its request to extradite the ex-president of the former State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, Svetozar Marovic, from Serbia. This comes after investigation revealed the Marovic family's lucrative business interests in Serbia

Map. History of Balkans conflict

28 February 2021
Newly elected Moldovan President Maia Sandu hinted in a press briefing this evening that no party is willing to make a proposal for a new PM - and that early elections are the only solution to unblock the political crisis in Moldova.
2 month ago
Russia has expelled Bulgarian diplomat in retaliation after Sofia declared a defense attaché persona non grata over alleged espionage.
More than 2,600 new cases of COVID19 were reported on Monday in Romania after more than 7,700 were made, which means an infection rate of more than 34%. Another 104 people have died in the past 24 hours, with 1,197 patients being in ICUs
2 month ago
The prosecution in Kosovo said it was investigating how COVID19 vaccines had reached the Serb-run north of the country from Serbia without the knowledge of Kosovo's own institutions
Montenegro has renewed its request to extradite the ex-president of the former State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, Svetozar Marovic, from Serbia. This comes after investigation revealed the Marovic family's lucrative business interests in Serbia
Members of so-called patriotic organisations in Montenegro demonstrated in front of the parliament building in Podgorica, protesting against the government's proposed changes to the freedom of religion law
2 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 2 km SSW of Petrinja, Croatia
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 8 km W of Petrinja, Croatia
2 month ago
Greece: Turkey's foreign ministry announcement of Greek maneuvers in the Aegean and Mediterranean is misleading
PPDA announces that it will go on Monday to consultations with the President of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu
2 month ago
Kosovo Government says Serbia smuggled its Covid19 vaccines into north of the country, 'will take proper legal actions'
Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic was hospitalized with pneumonia, while all coronavirus tests showed negative results.
Coronariots in Aspropirgos, a suburb in Athens. Against authoritarian state curfews and Lockdowns2 month ago
Coronariots in Aspropirgos, a suburb in Athens. Against authoritarian state curfews and Lockdowns
Greece Barricades, molotovs and clashes with police broke out in the working-class Aspropyrgos suburb of Athens, as hundreds of people took to the streets under the slogans No to segregation and No to a class-based lockdown. Against repression, police States and injustice2 month ago
Greece Barricades, molotovs and clashes with police broke out in the working-class Aspropyrgos suburb of Athens, as hundreds of people took to the streets under the slogans "No to segregation" and "No to a class-based lockdown". Against repression, police States and injustice
Vučić says TurkStream gas pipeline from the Bulgarian-Turkish border to Serbia is working. Deliveries to kick off on 30 Dec
Dodon said that early parliamentary elections in Moldova could be held in May or autumn
At the time of the attack in Syria last night an Israeli El Al aircraft was diverted over Cyprus to avoid air defence fire from Syria
Montenegro's new government yesterday ordered the closure of Montenegro Airlines, citing debts racked up under previous governments
Turkish drone over their portion of Cyprus using an invalid hex code2 month ago
Turkish drone over their portion of Cyprus using an invalid hex code
2 month ago
The vaccination against coronavirus officially began in Serbia. PM Ana Brnabić was among the first ones to receive one of the 4,875 doses of Pfizer vaccine, which arrived on Tuesday
Romania has reported over 600 thousand infections with COVID19 since the start of the pandemic. Nearly 85% of the people infected have recovered. Over 4,300 new cases and 146 related fatalities were announced on Thursday by the Group for Strategic Communication
2 month ago
The mission of Oruc Reis has been extended to June 15, 2021, in a step which indicates a continuation of the escalation, with clear Turkish disregard towards the EU warnings of sanctions
Maya Sandu is sworn into office as President of Moldova
2 month ago
#Kosovo reports 12 deaths, 271 new #coronavirus cases
2 month ago
€24.05 million That's how much Kosovo's Treasury received today in budget assistance funds provided by the European Commission. These funds are part of the general EU assistance to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
2 month ago
A fresh draft Law on the Kosovo Philharmonic, Opera and Ballet again failed to address the key issue – the country has no proper concert or performance hall
2 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.8 - 12 km NNE of Kamárai, Greece
Croatian PM Andrej Plenkovic announced today that the government has adopted a COVID19 vaccination plan, "which provides a clear calendar of activities". Vaccination begins on December 27 and will run for several months
The Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro said there will be no traditional Yule log burning in the country due to the COVID19 pandemic. The lighting of the Yule Log, or "badnjak", is an ancient tradition among Orthodox Christians
2 month ago
A group of migrants set fire to the Lipa camp in northwestern Bosnia today. The head of the IOM for BiH, @PeterAuweraert, said that fortunately there were no casualties, as most of the migrants have left the camp before the fire.
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