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19/11/2012

Features

Divided Mostar left without local government

19/11/2012

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Most officials have informally extended their own mandates to keep basic services available.
Albanian leader in Macedonia calls for parties to unify

19/11/2012

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DUI leader Ali Ahmeti's calls for unity have been called a political ploy by other Albanian parties.
Balkan NGOs want their voices heard

19/11/2012

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NGOs seek greater involvement in ongoing reforms.
Medical sector arrests show action in Croatia's corruption fight

19/11/2012

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Croatia's anti-corruption police arrested 76 pharmaceutical company management and doctors in a bribery scandal.
Bloggers voice anger over monument devastation

17/11/2012

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Bloggers argue against construction at Banja Luka's Kastel fortress as well as other historical monuments.

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

Region needs to act on growing obesity, experts say

19/11/2012

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The global obesity pandemic is sweeping through Southeast Europe, experts warn, pointing to lack of physical activity and poor diet as the main culprits.

Audio Story

Balkan countries join effort in battle against human trafficking

15/11/2012

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At a recent regional initiative, volunteers handed out leaflets and posters reading, "Human beings do not have a price," aiming to reach the entire region with its message.

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