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08:21, 21 October 2014 Tuesday

17:55, 17 October 2014 Friday
Albanians in Serbia suffer hate crimes after football brawl

Albanian businesses and the Albanian Embassy in Montenegro were attacked in the wake of the violence at the Serbia-Albania football match on Tuesday

09:28, 17 October 2014 Friday
Albania rejects political smearing by Serbian leaders

Tensions between the countries has reached a new high after Serbian fan violence ended the Serbia-Albania football match on Tuesday.

13:49, 16 October 2014 Thursday
Serbia says Albania not mature enough for Europe after soccer

“Football should not be mixed with politics,” says Albanian Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati

12:45, 16 October 2014 Thursday
Serbia to salute Putin but sees future with Europe

For Serbia, the threat of Russia's United Nations veto is the only thing standing in the way of its former Kosovo province joining the world body

17:25, 13 October 2014 Monday
Nationalists with divided goals extend hold over Bosnia

Turnout was 54 percent, but as many as 10 percent of ballots cast were spoiled in protest

10:50, 13 October 2014 Monday
Izetbegovic declares victory in Bosnian presidential elections

Results show Izetbegovic leading among Bosniaks, Cvijanovic leading among Serbs and Covic leading among Croats.

14:46, 12 October 2014 Sunday
Divided Bosnians vote with little hope of change -UPDATED

With no clear frontrunners, the vote looks like being split between many players, raising the prospect of long delays in forming governments at the various levels.

15:21, 10 October 2014 Friday
Bulgarian election winner seeks coalition without ethnic Turks

Borisov's most likely ally, a group of right-wing parties known as the Reformist Bloc, laid down conditions for joining a GERB government

16:39, 09 October 2014 Thursday
New paper to serve Bulgaria's Turks

'Balkan Daily' becomes the third Turkish-language paper in Bulgaria, which faces calls for more minority rights.

15:05, 06 October 2014 Monday
Bulgaria election winner to form minority government

With 97 percent of votes counted, GERB had won 32.6 percent, more than twice the share of their Socialist main opponents, but exit polls suggested the party would be left 36-38 seats shy of a majority.

10:16, 06 October 2014 Monday
Turkey to repair flood-hit houses in Bosnia

Around two million Euros have been allocated for the project that will repair around 700 houses.

09:41, 05 October 2014 Sunday
Voting starts in Bulgaria's snap election

The new government will be the Balkan country's fifth in under two years.

17:11, 03 October 2014 Friday
Bosnian leader seeks to join NATO

As elections loom, President Izzetbegovic vows to make reforms enable Bosnia to join the military alliance, and to attract more foreign investment

15:37, 02 October 2014 Thursday
Bulgarian party to propose Turkish language bill

According to Bulgarian law, the Turkish language is just an elective course for Turkish citizens and it is banned during the election campaign.

11:43, 02 October 2014 Thursday

A large explosion was followed by a series of smaller blasts in a part of the privately-run plant where mines were dismantled in the village of Gorni Lom.

17:21, 01 October 2014 Wednesday

Transport minister Damir Hadzic described the move as a 'historic event'.

13:20, 01 October 2014 Wednesday
Bosnia war criminal Karadzic calls prosecutors liars

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic rejected the charges in closing remarks at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

10:23, 27 September 2014 Saturday
Prosecutors demand life for Bosnia war criminal Karadzic

"Should the Chamber find Karadzic responsible for a substantial portion of the crimes ... life imprisonment is the only appropriate sentence," prosecutors said.

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