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
Almost 4,000 new cases of Covid-19 across Croatia – 55 more fatalities
Almost 8,500 new coronavirus infections and 172 related deaths were reported on Friday in Romania. More than 450,000 people have been infected so far and almost 11,000 people have died to the virus in Romania
Croatia's Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic announced today stricter control over the implementation of new COVID19 measures, which includes penalties for not wearing masks
Romanian authorities have slapped fines worth over € 600,000 on pharmacies, supermarkets, and gas stations that sold defective masks which were failing to meet quality standards required by law
The Croatian Civil Protection Authority reported today another record single-day spike in COVID19 cases, confirming 4,080 new infections and 48 virus-related deaths in the past 24 hours.
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TuAF Boeing E-7T Peace Eagle active over the eastern Mediterranean. Callsign: TURAF43 Reg. 13-002
Another 8,499 new COVID19 infections and 172 related deaths were reported on Friday in Romania. 457,848 people have been infected since the start of the outbreak and 10,884 people have died to the virus. 1,226 patients are in intensive care
Serbia appointed Arnaud Gouillon – a far-right French national famous for his advocacy for the Kosovo Serbs – to head its Office for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region
Nesrete Kumnova, director of the Kosovo NGO "Mothers' Cries," joined Igballe Rogova, director of @KWN_Rrggk, in her fifth day of silent protest calling for the dismissal of the country's Deputy PM, Driton Selmanaj
Two Slovenian opposition parties have submitted more than 28,000 signatures to parliament in support of a referendum against additional defence spending planned by the government
Coronavirus: Police warn against public gatherings
Kosovo Parliamentary Commission on Legislation expressed its readiness today to hear the testimony of former EULEX head of judges, Malcolm Simmons, on 'wrongdoings' he claims he witnessed during his time in office
The Russian Foreign Ministry considers Sandu's statement on the need to withdraw Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria as undermining the settlement process in the region
European Parliament: Turkey's decision to open Varosha Beach undermines a comprehensive solution to the Cyprus problem
European Parliament: Turkey's military activities threaten EU member Cyprus and Greece
The European Parliament condemns Turkey's activities in Varosha, Cyprus
The European Parliament calls on the European Council to impose severe sanctions on Turkey
Sandu said she will continue to seek the withdrawal of Russian troops from Transnistria
PM Zoran Zaev's claim that Bulgaria has not been a "fascist occupying force" in today's North Macedonia during WWII has hit a raw nerve at home
As a response to PM Zoran Zaev's "scandalous interview," former leader of North Macedonia's Social Democrats and ex PM, Branko Crvenkovski, froze his membership in the party.
PM Hoti today promised to respond to a letter from the EU Special Envoy to Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, Miroslav Lajcak, criticising his government's decision not to allow Serbia's President to visit Kosovo
France is leading a push for European Union sanctions on Turkey next month to follow through on a threat made by the bloc in October