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Police believe Stefanakos murder was 'contract killing'

Police probing the murder of the career criminal Vassilis Stefanakos, 57, whose body was found in a car in western Attica on Wednesday evening, believe the hit was a contract killing carried out by two assassins, sources indicated Thursday.

Kosovo Leads World in Cheering for Trump, Poll Shows

While approval of the US leadership and of President Donald Trump varies in the countries of the Balkan region, a poll by Gallup showed that support is higher in Kosovo than anywhere else in Europe.

Bosnia MPs Challenge Excise Law in Court

A group of MPs on Thursday filed a motion to Bosnia's Constitutional Court against the excise law adopted in December, which they say was passed in an unconstitutional procedure and with different versions of the law in Bosniak, Croatian and Serbian.

Vucic: Abe's visit historic

BELGRADE - Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's visit to Serbia is of great significance for improvement of bilateral relations, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday.

"Your visit to Serbia is of historic significance for us as it comes exactly 31 years after the last visit to Serbia by a Japanese PM," Vucic told Abe in Belgrade.

Abe: Serbia key to stability in Western Balkans

BELGRADE - Serbia is crucial for stability in the Western Balkans, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe said in Belgrade Monday, announcing that his country would actively assist the European integration of Serbia and the region.

Vucic: Abe's visit crucial for further development of ties

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Monday Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's visit to Serbia was historic and a turning point that was crucial for improvement of bilateral relations, adding that he had told Abe he was hoping for improved ties, in particular in the economy.

Abe: Serbia key to regional stability

BELGRADE - Japanese PM Shinzo Abe said Monday he was very pleased to be visiting Serbia for the first time, adding that the country was key to regional stability.