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Main developments in the Serbian energy sector

Serbia's role in the Southeastern European energy market is increasing, based on a series of international oil and gas projects
Ioannis Michaletos: October 25, 2013

Ibisevic sends joyous Bosnia to World Cup finals

Bosnia reached their first major tournament as an independent nation after a Vedad Ibisevic goal gave them a 1-0 win over Lithuania in Kaunas on Tuesday and sent them to next year's World Cup finals in Brazil.
Reuters: October 15, 2013

Balkan jihadists in Syria

The Balkan region is a source of Jihadist fighters into Syria, mainly through Turkey, in a process that resembles the connections between Balkan Jihadists and the Middle East during the 90's.
Ioannis Michaletos: October 3, 2013

Balkans gold rush prompts pollution fears

Plans by mining companies to dig for gold in Romania and Greece have triggered massive opposition, with academics and environmentalists stressing that risks far outweigh benefits for the Balkan nations.
AFP: September 24, 2013

Bosnian authorities reveal extent of Iranian services inflitration in the country

A revealing report by the Bosnian authorities details the inflitration of Iranian state in the country for a prolonged period suggesting subversive activities as a result.
Ioannis Michaletos: September 21, 2013

PAOK summon Kace to explain Kosovo picture

Greek club PAOK have demanded Albanian international Ergys Kace explain why he posted a photograph on his Facebook page supporting a Kosovan militant group.
AFP: September 5, 2013

Greek uproar over Kosovo support picture

Albanian international Ergys Kace Wednesday eliminated his Facebook page after causing an uproar in the Greek press with a picture he posted supporting a Kosovan militant group.
AFP: September 5, 2013

Croatians tear down Serbian signs in Vukovar

Dozens of protesters in the Croatian town of Vukovar have torn down signs written in the Serbian Cyrillic script.
BBC: September 2, 2013

FYROM PM threatens early election over political deadlock

FYROM's prime minister threatened on Saturday to call a snap election unless the main opposition party did more to resolve a political deadlock that is damaging its European Union membership prospects.
Reuters: August 25, 2013