Police working to find authors of anti-Roma leaflets
BELGRADE -- The police are working to discover who produced leaflets that openly call for violence, lynch, and hate speech toward the Roma.
The Republic of Serbia will not tolerate any kind of discrimination, the MUP said on Monday.
Pro-EU parties win most votes in Moldova
Three main pro-European Moldovan parties are likely to form a new ruling coalition since together they won the most votes in Sunday's election.
Despite the fact that the pro-Russian Socialist Party is the election winner with the highest number of votes, the pro-European parties are likely to be in power.
A Danish court on Oct. 23 freed 10 men charged with "terror funding" after raising up to 140 million kroner (18.8 million euros, $23.8 million) for PKK militants.
The money was channeled to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), through Roj TV, a Denmark-based Kurdish television channel that had its license revoked last year for "glorifying terrorism."
At first sight, everything seems to be on track.
A group of armed militants have abducted 10 workers from a local electricity distribution company, DoÄan News Agency reported on Oct. 22.
The workers of the company were on duty near the GÃ¼rpÄ±nar village in a rural area of Silvan district when the road was blocked by a group of unidentified militants.
Germany's foreign minister ruled out the possibility of arming the PKK, after a senior ally of Merkel suggested this could help efforts to defeat ISIL militants
One of the key recent causes prompting the revision is the recent postponement of the PKK's 'farewell to arms' due to ISIL