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14/11/2012

Features

Balkans cautious about 2013 budgetary plans

14/11/2012

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Europe's forthcoming stagflation has called for prudent and frugal budgetary planning in the region.
Kosovo justice system needs more money and staff

14/11/2012

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The head of parliament's budget and finance commission said funding should not be used as pretext for judiciary's inefficiency.
Hijab-wearing mayor breaks barriers

14/11/2012

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The election of the first headscarved woman in Bosnia and Herzegovina sends an important message to Europe.
Serbia acts against war-related messages at sporting events

10/11/2012

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Bloggers strongly condemn recent football fans' displays of war-crime imagery.

Roundup

Greece sells treasury bills to repay debt

14/11/2012

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Eurozone finance ministers will decide on the next 32.6 billion-euro tranche of the international bailout for Greece next week. Also in business news: The biggest corporate energy spenders in the Balkans are Macedonia and Montenegro; and Cyprus launched a fresh round of talks with potential international lenders at the EU, European Central Bank and the IMF.

Reportage

Regional violence in sports prompt calls for change

12/11/2012

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A series of incidents at sporting events in Serbia and the region have resulted in a debate about racism in sports.

Audio Story

Tourism competition is a multicultural success

08/11/2012

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The Hotel and Tourism Association held its annual European competition in Macedonia.

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