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Law to slow terrorists in Romania stirs privacy debate

22/08/2014

Officials said 13 million pre-paid cards are used in Romania and, apart from terrorism, they can be misused in a wide range of illegal activities.
ISIL's focus on women criticised in Turkey and the Balkans

22/08/2014

Citizens and experts urge states to react decisively against ISIL and its propaganda.
Muslims reject ISIL's changes to Quran

18/08/2014

"If you intend to exterminate and win the right to kill every human being who is not a believer, than you have to change this part of Quran," an Islamic scholar told SETimes.
Military medicine connects Balkan armies

11/08/2014

Armies in the region have been improving their co-operation through joint military medicine activities.
Kosovo citizens condemn ISIL execution by their own citizen

11/08/2014

Such images go against the human feelings of everyone, except for the extremists, a Kosovo analyst said.
Serbia considers law to speed up privatisation

30/07/2014

The proposed law, which would be supported by a loan from the World Bank, is being considered by Parliament. In other business news: optimism grows for the economy's future in southeast Europe.
Islamic community disavows terrorism, extremist organisations

30/07/2014

Muslims increasingly perceive ISIL and Boko Haram as criminal rather than religious organisations.
EU and the Balkans co-operate against human trafficking

29/07/2014

Germany and France have agreed to establish joint expert working groups with Albania and Serbia.
Survey finds support for EU-based solution for Cyprus

25/07/2014

Turks prefer a solution for the decades-long problem that would be provided by full EU membership.
Through co-operation, Balkan countries protect citizens in Iraq

24/07/2014

Officials are assisting thousands of people from the Balkans who work in Iraq.

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