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Macedonians voted for a new president Sunday in the polls seen as a test for the ruling party in the landlocked Balkan country and its path towards EU and NATO membership
THE HAGUE- Agence France-Presse
The UN Yugoslav war crimes court today acquitted Kosovo's ex-prime...
Kosovo has won full sovereignty from the international community, four years after...
SOFIA - Reuters
Patriarch Maxim, a conservative who led Bulgaria’s Orthodox Church for 41 years in times of Communist rule and democracy, died, the church said yesterday.
BELGRADE – Agence France-Presse
Serbia will abandon its goal of joining the EU if Brussels insists Belgrade recognizes Kosovo’s independence, President Tomislav Nikolic told a local newspaper yesterday.
A trial against 13 Bulgarian Muslim religious leaders, that include some Turks, for preaching a radical form of Islam heard witnesses Oct. 29
BUCHAREST - The Associated Press
Romania’s unpopular president was fighting for his political life yesterday as Romanians voted on whether to impeach him ...
THE HAGUE - Agence France-Presse
A strident Radovan Karadzic told the UN Yugoslav war crimes court todayhe should be rewarded for doing everything to avoid war in Bosnia...
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expresses concern over the tense situation in Kosovo’s north, mostly
populated by Serbs.
BELGRADE - Agence France-Presse
A Serbian air force pilot died after staying with his crashing plane to make sure it missed houses ...
The partition of Kosovo is “the only possible realistic solution” to the ongoing dispute between Serbia and Kosovo, the Serbian prime minister has said, while insisting that the EU cannot force Belgrade to recognize Pristina as an independent state.
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