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26/11/2012

Features

World Bank notes achievements, challenges in Bulgaria

26/11/2012

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With the right policies and investments in public infrastructure and services, Bulgaria could achieve its goal of converging with Europe in the next 20 years, according to the World Bank.
Ending corruption would help Serbia's economy

26/11/2012

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Experts believe that Belgrade would be more attractive to foreign investors if corruption is reduced.
Kosovo to join European development bank

26/11/2012

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Investments in agriculture and energy will be especially important for economic growth.
Macedonia, region prepares for potential terrorist threats

26/11/2012

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As terrorist attack threats become more frequent globally, Macedonia and the region employ anti-terrorist safety measures.
Bulgarians split on country's nuclear energy future

24/11/2012

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The decision to construct a new nuclear power plant will be put to a rare referendum.

Roundup

Bulgaria, Russia sign South Stream deal

21/11/2012

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Russia's Gazprom will reduce gas prices by 20 percent as part of the agreement. Also in business news: Turkey officially introduced the prototype of the first national tank and Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is embarking on an investment tour next week.

Reportage

Region faces challenges in prison overcrowding, amnesty

26/11/2012

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By Katica Djurovic and Bedrana Kaletovic for Southeast European Times in Belgrade and Sarajevo -- 26/11/12

Audio Story

Youth engaged in Croatia's campaign against violence

22/11/2012

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Croatia's campaign against domestic violence targets young students, teens, parents and the community at large.

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