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Bosnia Appoints First Female Chief State Prosecutor

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council has elected Gordana Tadic as the new chief state prosecutor, making her the first woman in the country’s history to hold the position.

Bosniak Party to Challenge Serb Entity's Name

The largest Bosniak party, the Party of Democratic Action, SDA, will start legal proceedings before the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, challenging the name of the Bosnia's mainly Serbian entity, Republika Srpska, the SDA announced on Wednesday.

Kosovo: Group of Albanians attack Serb man

According to this, he was attacked by a group of ethnic Albanians, sustaining light injuries.

The Kosovo police said that the incident happened in the ethnically mixed settlement of Bosnjacka Mahala, on Tuesday afternoon. The victim has been injured and has received medical treatment.

Shakespeare | Athens | January 24

A critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare's lyric tragedy "The Tragedy of King Richard the Second," by the UK's National Theater, will be screened at the Athens Concert Hall in a live broadcast from London on Thursday, January 24.

2101, Sciences et Fiction | Athens | January 24

Celebrating the wonder of science and human curiosity, the French Institute is screening a film by Patrick Chiuzzi titled "2101, Sciences et Fiction," in which the filmmaker combines science fiction with interviews of respected scientists Isabelle Vauglin, Francois Sibille, Pierre Thomas, Cedric Chauviere, Andre Montaud, Rodolphe Gelin, Alain Gallusser, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Mathieu Cunche, We

Campion Staff Concert | Athens | January 25

The Campion School Music Department presents its annual staff concert on Friday, January 25, with proceeds going toward the victims of last summer's deadly fires in eastern Attica.

Zaev optimistic of name deal's ratification, looks forward to new passport

The prime minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on Wednesday expressed optimism that the name deal with Greece would be ratified by Parliament in Athens this week, saying that he looks forward to getting a new passport for the "Republic of North Macedonia."

Commission Spies Downsides of Bulgaria's 'Golden' Passport Schemes

The European Commission has criticized Bulgaria, among two other EU member states, for operating citizenship-purchasing schemes that grant foreign investors EU passports under "less strict than ordinary naturalisation regimes".