Kosovo voters head to the polling stations on February 14 for the sixth legislative elections in 13 years, in a competition featuring three main contenders for the post of Prime Minister.
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7X Turkish Air Force Bayraktar TB2 UAVs
Greece: Giannis Dimitrakis and Nikos Maziotis end their hunger strike in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas
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The appointment of Melih Bulu as rector of Boğaziçi University was protested with a march in Athens, the capital of Greece.
The former chief of the general staff of the Yugoslav Army, Momcilo Perisic, was convicted of espionage for passing state secrets to a US diplomat in 2002. The Belgrade Higher Court today sentenced him to three years in prison.
"Due to the salary debts," Moldova's state railway company has had its "accounts blocked today". This comes after auditors released a highly critical report lambasting years of mismanagement and corruption
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Athletes demanded the resumption of sports
Amendments to the law on Croatia's post-earthquake reconstruction of Zagreb were adopted today by parliament. Now, law provisions will be extended to the rebuilding of counties in central Croatia which also experienced the disaster in December
Montenegrin deputy PM Dritan Abazovic said that the country's special state prosecutor detained Dragan Brkovic, owner of Vectra, over suspicions of corruption surrounding a loan from Abu Dhabi intended for the development of agriculture.
Vučić: Production of Russian vaccine in Serbia by the end of the year
In yesterday's closing arguments, the prosecution called for Serb ex-fighter Zoran Djokic to be found guilty of war crimes in the town of Peja/Pec.
Last week, Romanian police intercepted 31 Afghan, Syrian and Pakistani migrants hiding inside three trucks about to cross the border with Hungary.
"These are the people who committed the most horrible crimes, people who killed, tortured and kidnapped". Members of an infamous organised crime gang nicknamed the Janjicari were arrested last night and this morning, Serbia's Interior Minister said
Montenegrin police today detained the former head of the IRF, Zoran Vukcevic, and three others, for alleged misuse of a large loan to develop agriculture, which ADFD was backing with $50 million
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Earthquake 04.02. at 05:59 near Petrinja, M3.0.
Dominic Raab: Britain and Turkey partnership is as strong as ever. Ahead of informal UN talks on Cyprus, today I spoke to Turkish Foreign Minister @MevlutCavusoglu and reinforced the need for all sides to be flexible
Greek Foreign Minister Dendias holds a phone conversation with UAE Foreign Minister Zayed
Romania's President Klaus Iohannis said that schools will mostly re-open on February 8, as COVID19 infections continue to drop. Children will attend courses in the counties where there are less than 1.5 registered cases per every thousand inhabitants over a two-week period
Putin had a phone call with Serbian President Vucic, discussed supplies of Russian vaccine and Kosovo
Maia Sandu left for a two-day official visit to France.
Police in Istanbul seized 104 students following yesterday's student protests after detaining another 159 on Monday. Turkey's Interior Minister @suleymansoylu vowed to stop the students, denouncing them as "terrorists" and "fascists"
Ukraine has also imposed sanctions on Kozak's and Medvedchuk's planes with NSDC decision last Friday
Kosovo's CEC approved the ballots for the February 14 general election, with diaspora members who registered to vote and passed the preliminary approval now allowed to cast their vote via post even if their Identity wasn't verified over the phone.
Montenegro's Special Prosecutor for Organised Crime launched an investigation after PM Zdravko Krivokapic accused officials from the previous government of destroying confidential documents
Around 300 Romanians took to the streets in front of the Ministry of Health demanding the resignation of its leader, Vlad Voiculescu, over a blaze that killed six patients in a COVID19 hospital in Bucharest on Saturday
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Croatian police arrested the owner of a gym in Zagreb today, after he opened his doors contrary to the country's COVID19 measures which prohibit gyms, bars and cafes from working
Kosovo normalises Israel ties, to open embassy in Jerusalem: officials
"Our candidacy at this time is an honest move for citizens and political figures." Bulgarian President and nemesis of Prime Minister Borissov, Rumen Radev, today revealed his intention to run for another five years
The Security Service of Ukraine exposed a large-scale network of Telegram channels that broadcast pro-Russian rhetoric to Ukrainians: "Legitimate", "Resident", "Punisher", "Gossip Girl", "Black Quarter", "Political Schedule", "Atypical Zaporizhzhia", "Trempel Kharkiv" , "Odessa person", "Dnepr live", "Nikolaev live", "Kherson live".
Croatian Interior Minister says weekend attempt by Italian MEPs to check allegations of police violence towards migrants on the border with Bosnia was intended to damage Croatia's international reputation