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BELGRADE - The 20th Author Film Festival will take place in Belgrade from November 26 through December 3.

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has demanded that Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) Governor Ivan Iskrov step down.

Bulgaria has the sixth lowest overall taxes for medium-size companies in EU and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), shows the Paying Taxes 2015 survey of Price

The president of the UN-backed court, Theodor Meron, defended the temporary release of war crimes defendant Seselj after the Croatian leadership called it a setback fo

The future of two regeneration projects in Athens has been put in doubt after the European Commission reportedly expressed concerns about the scheme.

Some 200 Syrian refugees protesting in front of Greek Parliament for the last six days went on hunger strike on Monday.

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Albanian Nationalist Demands Montenegro Territory

Danaj on Sunday published an open letter to Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic which said that Albanians would regain their rightful territory in Montenegro "peacefully".

Bosnian Serb Refugee Recalls Son’s Murder

A woman testified how her son was shot dead when Serb civilians were attacked by Bosniak forces while fleeing from the Gorazde area in 1992. 

Platinum Wolf 2015 exercise to take place in South base

BELGRADE - Military exercise Platinum Wolf 2015 is underway in base South near Bujanovac, southern Serbia, and it gathers around 360 members of the Serbian Armed Forces, United States Marine Corps Forces Europe and armies of Bulgaria, Macedonia, Romania and Croatia.

Lack of EU funding puts future of Panepistimiou, Faliro revamp projects in doubt

The future of two regeneration projects in Athens has been put in doubt after the European Commission reportedly expressed concerns about the scheme.

According to reports, the Commission does not see the pedestrianization of Panepistimiou Street in central Athens and the revamping of the Faliro coast as suitable for European Union funding at this point.

Hague Tribunal Defends Vojislav Seselj Release

The president of the UN-backed court, Theodor Meron, defended the temporary release of war crimes defendant Seselj after the Croatian leadership called it a setback for international justice.

Syrian refugees go on hunger strike in front of Greek Parliament

Some 200 Syrian refugees protesting in front of Greek Parliament for the last six days went on hunger strike on Monday.

The protesters have taped shut their mouths as they demand asylum and medical assistance. One of the Syrian women taking part in the protest fainted on Monday and had to be taken to the hospital.

Winter tourist season to begin with EXPO-ZIM 2014

BELGRADE - The new winter sports and tourism season in Serbia will kick off with EXPO-ZIM 2014, an international trade fair of winter sports equipment, tourism and recreation, which will be opened by Slovenia's famous alpine skier Jure Kosir on November 27.