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02/02/2012

Features

Turkey welcomes US sanctions on PKK drug smugglers

02/02/2012

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Wednesday's action sanctioning four people and three companies for their drug trafficking ties to the PKK is the first use of the Kingpin Act in Europe targeting the organisation.
Steel deal seeks to spare Serbian economy

02/02/2012

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Serbian officials say closing the Smederevo steel plant was not an acceptable option -- but finding a new partner may prove difficult.
EP: corruption still a major hurdle in Kosovo

02/02/2012

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The European Commission chides both Kosovo authorities and EULEX.
Macedonian court decision to limit lustration sparks controversy

02/02/2012

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Many citizens are concerned that the constitutional court decision to exempt large groups of people from lustration may lead to further human rights abuses.
Heavy snowfall takes lives in the region

02/02/2012

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A dramatic drop in temperatures kills dozens in the Balkans.
BiH embraces adventure tourism

28/01/2012

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Bosnians take advantage of international media exposure regarding opportunities for adventure tourism to advance their economy and improve the country's image.

Roundup

More than 43% of Bosnians are jobless

01/02/2012

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BiH unemployment numbers hit a four-year high. Also in business news: Albania and Montenegro have agreed to build a motorway and Bulgaria looks to join the European Financial Stability Pact.

Reportage

SEE countries under spell of drought

30/01/2012

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The months of drought have packed a double punch: affecting energy supplies in some Balkan countries and agricultural production in others.

Photo Essay

Audio Story

Volunteering: civic engagement that makes a difference

02/02/2012

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Volunteerism in Kosovo is still a gray area, the will to volunteer and a lack of recognition for the effort linger.

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