The Balkan Jihadist volunteers in Syria pose a real threat for countries such as Albania, with measures to oppose them being implemented.
Greeks are not demanding anything more than what is legitimately due to them and in full view of the global media and representatives from the international community.
The coming end of the Syrian conclict poses new challenges for the Balkan and European security due to the return of a large number of Jihadists
Olympiakos face a fight to win a seat at the table of Europe's elite 8 clubs, as well as the respect of the British press.
The following interview provides insights from an Israeli point of view on the major issue of Jihadists in Syria and the aftermath that involves their relation with the Balkans.
Greek society is in that transitional phase where it sees the previous concept of the world collapsing and is still waiting to see what the future may bring.
The basic outline of the radical islamist media network in Western Balkans
Kostas Mitroglou will reportedly be ready to make his long awaited Premier League debut for Fulham against West Brom. Can he save them from the abyss of relegation?
Greek and Balkan organized criminal structures tend to merge as of lately creating an even larger menace for local societies and a serious security concern for the authorities
The re-engineering of the Balkan-Southeastern European and political landscape and the wider global context