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02/04/2012

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Arrests increase on the border as Serbia's election nears

02/04/2012

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The Serb gendarmerie arrested two Kosovo police officers on Saturday, the same day that four Serbian police officers arrested in February by Kosovo police were released.
In India, investors look to the Balkans for opportunity

02/04/2012

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Macedonia's macro-economic stability and low taxes may be able to launch India into the European economy markets.
Greeks fight to keep Olympic champ's silver cup

02/04/2012

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The grandson of 1896 marathon winner Spyridon Louis plans to auction the cup this month.
Lack of transparency trails political parties in Southeast Europe

02/04/2012

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Many say more control and disclosure of campaign financing is needed.
Preservation efforts showcase 'unknown' pages of history

02/04/2012

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Istanbul and Athens are working to ramp up public recognition of lesser known monuments.
Furor over publishing Hitler's Mein Kampf divides Albanians

31/03/2012

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Opinions differ over whether one of the most controversial 20th century books, Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, should be banned.

Roundup

Greece hosts regional women's initiative

28/03/2012

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A regional initiative aims to create a network for women's business associations. Also in business news: 5,000 Romanians protest shale drilling and Turkish Airlines offers more flights to Belgrade.

Reportage

Gender gap: Women still earning less than male counterparts

02/04/2012

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Same work, same pay is as elusive in Southeast Europe as it is across the rest of Europe.

Photo Essay

Audio Story

Sufi music: A unique approach to Islam

29/03/2012

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The music of the Sufis, an Islamic sect, may be one of the keys to understanding the philosophy of Islam.

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