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#DiplomaticCentennial/Romania's Ambassador to Czech Republic Carmen Burlacu: Romanian-Czech relations excellent, will continue to be the same

The Romanian-Czech relations "are excellent nowadays, too, despite the several matters that have affected Europe - at least in the past hundred years - and I believe they will continue to be the same, regardless of the sensitive topics on the European agenda, that could be solved, always in the better way through dialogue and negotiations," says in an interview with AGERPRES, the ambassador of

Jobless Balkan: It's Not What You Know, But Who You Know

Dado knows a lot of people in the Serbian city of Novi Pazar. Apparently just not the right ones, RFE/RL reports. Despite earning a university degree, Dado has been looking for a job for the past eight years. His story is sadly similar to that of many young people across the Balkans, where youth unemployment levels are among the highest in Europe and even the world.

49 Years Since Tanks Rolled in to End Prague Spring

The Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia took place Aug. 21, 1968, making this year the 49th anniversary of the event, The Daily Prague Monitor writes.

People over the weekend might have seen filming of a new movie about Jan Palach, with events being re-created around the city for the benefit of the cameras. The film should be released next year.

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