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Lawyers for former Serb fighters accused of involvement in killing and burning Bosniak civilians at a village mosque near Prijedor in 1992 said their guilt had not been proved.
New system of sanctioning for violation of traffic regulations as of March 1
Drunk and arrogant drivers caught by the police while violating traffic regulations, shall be immediately taken to a judge and sanctioned.
Croatia and Serbia to pursue war reparations
Experts said reparations are important to reconciliation in the region.
Davor Stier (centre), European Parliament member from the Croatian Democratic Union, rasied the issue of war reparations with EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule. [Facebook/Davor Stier]
Candidate said to have addressed Cretan party rally where MP did Nazi salute
The Greek Police has launched an internal investigation following reports that a police officer on the island of Crete is to stand as a candidate on the ticket of neofascist Golden Dawn in local authority elections in May, reports said Monday.
The present and future of the Greek banking system is way too crucial and sensitive an issue to tamper with.
It really is too bad that for a considerable period of time the question of recapitalizing the countrys banks appeared to have become a bone of contention in the negotiations between the Greek government and the troika of foreign lenders.
By Stathis Kousounis
The growth in Greek tourism is attracting a succession of major international hotel chains to this country. The latest to take an active interest in Greece is Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which has signed a franchise deal with the owners of the Minos Imperial Beach Resort and Spa in Milatos in Lasithi, eastern Crete.