The prime minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic, has tested positive for Covid-19. Until last week, Croatia's measures were some of the most lax in Europe, despite a surge in new infections since late October
Slovenia has classified Hezbollah as a terrorist organization
Montenegro's special prosecutor has accused his Serbian counterpart of meddling in the so-called 'coup' case – to save two of the accused
Al-Ahram: Egyptian and Greek naval forces carry out naval training in the Aegean Sea
In the last 24 hours, Croatia recorded its largest number of COVID19 related deaths, with 74 patients dying of disease-related complications. The death toll since the beginning of the pandemic has risen to 1,786
"We no longer have human resources to expand capacities in hospitals in Moldova." Moldova's government today declared a state of emergency that will at least run until January 15, 2021
The breakaway region of Transnistria in Moldova yesterday staged parliamentary elections for the seventh Supreme Council since 1992, in which the turnout was only 27.79%. It is the lowest voting turnout recorded in the history of the region
Local elections held in Podujeve/Podujeva and North Mitrovica confirmed two things: The growing popularity of Kosovo's biggest opposition party, Vetevendosje – and Belgrade's continued influence in the Serb-majority north
Montenegro slams EU calls to rescind expulsion of Serbia Ambassador
US Ambassador in Athens: Military relations with Greece are at an all-time high
Greece extends ban on flights to and from Catalonia and Turkey until December 14
President Aleksandar Vučić solemnly presented decorations to doctors and non-medical staff for their services in the fight against covid 19, decorated on the occasion of the Day of Reconciliation in the First World War, on November 11.
Montenegro's special prosecutor says Serbia tried to overturn the verdicts in Montenegro's so-called 'coup' case to assist two of the accused
Croatia's Platform for Reproductive Justice and 35 other organisations sent a letter to the govt demanding condemnation of rights violations in Poland, triggered by October's Constitutional Court decision effectively outlawing legal abortion.
European Enlargement Commissioner @OliverVarhely has called on Montenegro to reverse its decision to expel the Serbian ambassador - as political tensions continue between the two neighbouring countries
Kremlin: changing the status quo in Transnistria could lead to very serious destabilization
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Turkish Air Force E7T Peace Eagle TURAF43 active over the Mediterranean
The Russian military should be withdrawn from Transnistria and the weapons they are guarding should be removed - President-elect of Moldova Maia Sandu
Moldovan President-elect Maia Sandu said that the government of Ion Chicu should resign.
Greek newspaper: Turkey returns a drilling vessel to the port of Antalya, a week ahead of the European summit
Greek newspaper: Turkey returns a drilling ship to the eastern Mediterranean a week ahead of the European summit
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German, Greek, Dutch and U.S. PATRIOT forces conducted a Tactical Live Firing exercise at the NATO missile firing installation (NAMFI) at Crete, Greece from November 19 to 23
Coronavirus in Dubrovnik – 45 new cases of Covid-19 across Dubrovnik-Neretva County – 3 more fatalities
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Hague Tribunal documents reveal the names of Croatian Defence Council brigade commanders and military policemen associated with the detention, abuse, rape and killing of prisoners in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Prozor-Rama area in 1992-93.
"The voices of the victims are indispensable to justice." In a pioneering scheme, victims of alleged wartime crimes are being offered the opportunity to play a role in the upcoming trials in The Hague of former KLA guerrillas.
Montenegro, Serbia expel each other's ambassadors: foreign ministries
Dusko Vujnovic, who has been sentenced in absentia for war crimes, was handed over to Croatia police at Zagreb airport on Thursday after being arrested in Germany on August 17
Serbian ambassador declared pesrona non grata and ordered to leave Montenegro. He is an ethnic Montenegrin, interfeering a lot during the elections campaign. The straw that broke the camel's back was his positive remarks on anexation of Montenegro by Serbia in 1918
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The Minister of Internal Affairs of Serbia, Aleksandar Vulin, stated that this morning, in the area of the municipalities of Vršac and Novi Kneževac, from Vatina to the village of Majdan, the police arrested about 450 migrants who were outside the camps and reception centers.
COVID19: 8,134 new cases of people infected with coronavirus have been registered in Romania in the last 24 hours, reaching a total of 465,982 diseases. 335,764 patients were declared cured. 1,249 patients are admitted to intensive care