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Albanian president urges Greece to abolish WWII-era war law

The president of Albania Bujar Nishani on Monday requested the visiting Greek President Karolos Papoulias to push Greek Parliament to scrap a World War II-era law that has technically left both countries at war, APA reports quoting Xinhua.
APA: November 4, 2013

Kosovo: Elections to test EU-brokered Serbia deal

People in Kosovo are voting in a local election that will test the country's fragile relations with Serbia as both countries seek to move closer to the European Union.
The Missoulian: November 3, 2013

Albanian cannabis workers seek medical help after getting high

At least 700 people, mostly women, have sought medical help for apparent drug intoxication in a village believed to be the largest marijuana producer in the Balkans, doctors said Friday.
AFP: November 1, 2013

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

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

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