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04/04/2012

Features

Serbian President Tadic to resign; plans to seek new term

04/04/2012

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Announcing his resignation on Wednesday, Boris Tadic said he is planning to run for a new term in an early vote on May 6th.
Under EU pressure to protect its borders, Greece rounds up immigrants

04/04/2012

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EU pressure and popular anti-immigrant sentiment evoked for political advantage is driving the campaign against crime and illegal immigration in Athens.
Head of anti-corruption task force arrested for corruption

04/04/2012

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The chief of the task force against corruption in the Kosovo Special Prosecutor's Office and two others were arrested on charges of abuse of power.
Lingering landmine problem hinders safety, development in BiH

04/04/2012

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Landmines still pepper an estimated 3.5% of BiH territory.
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

Sarajevo voted best city to visit

04/04/2012

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Beating out several Mediterranean locales, the BiH capital was named the best vacation spot. Also in business news: US company Chevron is terminating its activities related to shale gas in Romania for the rest of the year.

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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