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Six Russian Su-27 fighter jets and three military transport planes have been deployed at Bobruisk airfield in Belarus Thursday to boost the airspace defenses of the two countries.
Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko has invited Russian forces to fend off potential NATO threat, Russian RT news reports.
TV reporting on the Serbian election campaign has given a distinct advantage to the Progressive Party, research by the Bureau for Social Research, BIRODI, suggests.
CPJ condemns blocking of news websites in Russia
NEW YORK -- The Committee to Protect Journalists is alarmed by the blocking today of independent and pro-opposition news websites in Russia.
Those include Ezhednevny Zhurnal, Grani, Kasparov, and the website of the liberal radio station Ekho Moskvy, said a statement.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday in London to discuss the situation in Crimea.
The meeting will be a last attempt to bring the conflicting sides closer, ahead of Sunday's referendum on the future status of the autonomous Ukrainian peninsula, Euronews reports.
The House of Representatives, one of two chambers in Bosnia's parliament, dismissed Radoncic as Security Minister on the request of the Party of Democratic Action, SDA, which said he did not do all he could have done to prevent violence in protests in February.
Romanian prosecutors on Thursday detained 10 people on suspicion of tax evasion and money laundering, by trafficking meat and animal products not fit for human consumption.
The suspects allegedly sold expired food, or meat mixed with other products in abattoirs, and then sold on the black market.
ZUBIN POTOK – The deputy commander of the police station in the town of Zubin Potok in northern Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) has been suspended for failure to secure a detainee, who managed to escape from police custody with the help of a group of people on Wednesday, Kosovo Police regional head of operations Zeljko Bojic has said.