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The seven Bulgarians, followers of the Buddhist movement Falun Gong, that were detained in Belgrade on T

A small passenger boat carrying 23 people from Ierissos in Halkidiki to Mount Athos suffered engine trouble on Wednesday, prompting the response of coast guard vessels

The Bulgarian Parliament is to discuss at first reading the amendments to the Interior Ministry Act, whi

A truck with Bulgarian license plates overturned on the Egnatia Highway, near the junction for Thessaloniki, early on Wednesday, shedding large quantities of hospital

After the quarrel between Turkish and European officials intensified following the media raid in Turkey on Dec.

With the government unwilling to probe Iranian links with alleged graft in Turkey, Turkey's opposition plans a trip to Tehran to investigate Turkey's two biggest oppo

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Arrested Bulgarians in Belgrade Have Been Released

The seven Bulgarians, followers of the Buddhist movement Falun Gong, that were detained in Belgrade on Tuesday, have been released on Wednesday evening and are expected to return to Bulgaria.

Bulgarian MPS to Deliberate Amendments to IntMin Act

The Bulgarian Parliament is to discuss at first reading the amendments to the Interior Ministry Act, which were tabled by the main ruling GERB last month.

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Mladic Witness Recalls ‘Genuine Hatred of Serbs’

A defence witness at Ratko Mladic’s war crimes trial said Serb forces did not persecute Bosniaks and Croats in the Sanski Most area, but responded to a real armed threat.

Bosnian Croat Fighter Indicted for Mostar Persecution

Former Croatian Defence Council fighter Mile Puljic was indicted for involvement in wartime crimes against Bosniaks, including arrests, torture and using people as human shields on the frontline.

Turkey tries to soothe EU concerns over media raid

After the quarrel between Turkish and European officials intensified following the media raid in Turkey on Dec. 14, the country's permanent representation in Brussels has approached the European Union to try to soothe concerns over the case.

Turkish opposition to send MPs to Iran for graft probe

With the government unwilling to probe Iranian links with alleged graft in Turkey, Turkey's opposition plans a trip to Tehran to investigate Turkey's two biggest opposition parties plan to send separate delegations to Iran to receive related documents over alleged relations between four former ministers of the Turkish Cabinet, Iranian-origin businessmen Reza Zarrab and billionaire Iranian busi

Thessaloniki metro off track again

The troubled project to construct a metro system in Thessaloniki, which is already several years behind schedule, could be set for another blow as the consortium building the underground transport system on Wednesday asked for its contract to be torn up.