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Refugees In | Athens | November 29 & 30

The Greek Council for Refugees presents "Refugees In," a two-day event at the Bios venue addressing the many different aspects of the biggest wave of migration into Europe since World War II.

Cable Operator United Group to Meet Potential Buyers

Dutch-based cable and pay-TV operator United Group is to conduct meetings over the coming week with potential buyers, two sources familiar with the matter told BIRN, ahead of a reported auction in September.

Balkan Docs Feature in Kosovo Film Festival

Of the six competing categories in Kosovo's international documentary and short film festival, Dokufest, which opens on Friday in Prizren, the Balkan Dox category will feature 16 documentaries from the region.

Sarabande, a film by the Kosovo director Kaltrina Krasniqi, started as a personal documentary on the classical music virtuoso Petrit Ceku.

Epic Drama Joins A1 Bulgaria

A1 Bulgaria, previously known as Mtel, has added Viasat World's Epic Drama to its IPTV and cable offers.

Koper-Divača Railway: A decade too late, yet still crucial

The reporter who wrote the story would be hard-pressed to find similar scenes in Slovenia at any point in the last couple of decades. Slovenian railways and trains have long ceased to be a point of pride for Slovenians, who use the existing rail infrastructure sparingly, mostly due to poor connections and slow trains.

Ljubljana hosts first Art Expo fair

More than 40 events will take place until 1 October. Visitors will be able to take part in a number of workshops and courses, enjoy music concerts and guided tours.

It is high time that Ljubljana started hosting an event like this, creative director Dorian Spanzel has said ahead of the fair. He hopes the Art Expo will grow bigger with time and become a recognised brand.

Eurostat: Bulgarians Preffered Cinema to Concerts, Performances and Other Outgoing Events

A Eurostat analysis of some cultural preferences of Europeans in 2016 shows that Bulgarians preferred going to the cinema to concerts, performances or other outgoing events.

Around 6,500 different films were screened in Bulgaria, of them almost 4,000 American, around 1,800 European and around 700 - Bulgarian.

Eighth BIRN Summer School Opens in Croatia

Some 35 reporters from the Balkans and across the world gathered on Monday in the historic resort city of Dubrovnik in Croatia for the eighth BIRN Summer School Master Class on Investigative Journalism.

Potica, the link between the US First Lady and the Pope

According to STA, the search for potica, made famous by the pope and the First Lady last month, led Hollywood actor Bill Murray to Melania Trump's birthplace of Sevnica, a small town east of Ljubljana where Murray got more than he bargained for.

Slovenia as a learning laboratory?

This made me think about Slovenia. What is the unique value that we can offer potential graduates to set them up for success that goes beyond "generic" business education? How different is Harvard beyond the asymmetry in resources, supporting infrastructure and the esteemed brand?

Croatia Quizzes Slovenia Over Thompson Concert Ban

Croatia's Prime Minister and Foreign Ministry are demanding an explanation from Slovenia about why a concert by the Croat nationalist singer Marko Perkovic ‘Thompson’ has been banned.

Slovenian town Maribor bans Croatian pro-Ustasha singer's concert

The city authorities in Maribor, Slovenia, have banned Marko Perkovic aka Thompson from holding a concern in this town, as it represents "a security risk."

The Croatian singer, known for glorifying Ustashas, was to perform in Maribor on Saturday.

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