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18:48, 19 September 2014 Friday

16:40, 10 September 2014 Wednesday
Bosnian police arrest two ministers in corruption raid

Jerko Ivankovic Lijanovic and Milorad Bahilj, the agriculture and trade ministers in Bosnia's autonomous Bosniak-Croat federation had been arrested

16:55, 08 September 2014 Monday
Bosnia mourns coal miners killed by earthquake

A joint prayer for the five men and the burial will be held later on Monday in Zenica. A day of national mourning was declared in Bosnia's autonomous Bosniak-Croat Federation

14:20, 08 September 2014 Monday
Bosnia court detains five men under terrorism charges

The five were among 16 people who were detained last week in police raids across Bosnia on charges of financing terrorist activities and recruiting and fighting abroad

09:22, 08 September 2014 Monday
Bulgaria's centre-right party woos voters with energy subsidies

GERB has expanded its lead in opinion polls over its main rival, the Socialist party, ahead of an election on Oct. 5

10:58, 06 September 2014 Saturday
Albanian central bank governor arrested over vault theft

Albania's central bank governor Ardian Fullani's detention comes five weeks after a worker at the central bank, Ardian Bitraj, admitted stealing money over the course of four years.

14:28, 05 September 2014 Friday
Five Bosnian coal miners killed by earthquake

A gas explosion, triggered by an earthquake in central Bosnia traps 34 miners on Friday.

09:40, 05 September 2014 Friday
Albania prepares for Pope Francis visit

Tirana prepares for the visit of Pope Francis on September 21.

15:52, 03 September 2014 Wednesday
Putin opponent seeks political asylum in Bulgaria

Nicolay Koblyakov asked for asylum after a Bulgarian court banned him from leaving his apartment in Sofia until Russia's extradition request could be considered.

13:32, 03 September 2014 Wednesday
Bosnian police detain 16 for involvement in Syria Iraq conflict

The arrests were made in 17 raids the police conducted across the Balkan country, the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) said in a statement.

16:50, 01 September 2014 Monday

The group was being held at a centre for illegal immigrants near the capital Skopje and that Macedonia plans to repatriate the immigrants to Greece.

13:55, 01 September 2014 Monday
Bosnia police detain 13 Serb ex-soldiers suspected of war crimes

Among the detained are several top wartime police officers and members of a notorious military group known as "Mice", suspected of committing the war crimes in the northern towns of Teslic and Doboj

09:38, 31 August 2014 Sunday
Bosnia marks 'International Day of the Disappeared'

Families of people who faced forced disappearances during Bosnian war held a ceremony in Sarajevo.

17:28, 20 August 2014 Wednesday
Bulgaria may extend Turkish border fence to bar Syrian Iraqi

The Balkan country is considering adding 130 km (80 miles) of barbed-wire fencing to an existing 33-km fence along the 240-km southeastern border

14:21, 13 August 2014 Wednesday
Germany charges former Yugoslavia spy chief

Zdravko Mustac is being charged with the 1983 murder of Stjepan Durekovic.

16:18, 11 August 2014 Monday

The newly chosen opposition candidate is Klaus Iohannis, 55, head of the Liberals and mayor of the medieval city of Sibiu, or Hermannstadt in German.

12:09, 11 August 2014 Monday
Kosovo police arrest 40 for fighting in Iraq Syria

The 40 men were being questioned on suspicion of engaging in acts against Kosovo's constitutional order and endangering the safety and security of the state

17:04, 08 August 2014 Friday
Bosnia hit by fresh flooding two people missing

The body of a woman was recovered from the muddy bank of a river in northwestern Bosnia, and two people were listed as missing, police said.

11:09, 08 August 2014 Friday
Accident at Bulgarian military plant causes explosion 10 injured

The defence ministry said the explosion was caused by workers mishandling ammunitions at the plant in the town of Kostenets

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