Greece

thumbnailSerbia crash spotlights peril for migrants
2015-03-20A deadly accident involving refugees from Syria and other war zones draws attention to a growing crisis for some Balkan states.
thumbnailSerbia mounts diplomacy drive
2015-03-18Boosting bilateral relations with Croatia, Macedonia and Slovenia is a priority for Serbia.
thumbnailBalkan nations contribute to anti-ISIL coalition
2015-03-16Countries in the region are contributing to the fight against ISIL by providing weapons, sharing law-enforcement information and strengthening legislation against foreign fighters.
thumbnailWestern Balkans continue co-operation against terrorism, extremism
2015-02-19Experts point to the importance of regional and international co-operation among prosecutors in the fight against terrorism and extremism.
thumbnailBalkan nations receive support for NATO membership
2015-02-02Turkey and Hungary voice support for quicker regional NATO integration as they continue comprehensive defence reforms.
thumbnailGreece's economic fate, security, hang on election
2015-01-22Analysts warn that if the opposition SYRIZA wins, it may reverse the austerity policy in exchange for the country's international bailout and cause a run on banks and an exit from the Eurozone.
thumbnailBalkans combat human trafficking, source of ISIL funding
2015-01-20Balkan countries expect greater assistance and support from the EU and NATO to counter human trafficking.
thumbnailKosovo and Macedonia co-operate on terrorism, cross-border crime
2015-01-12The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding to advance collaboration between their prosecutors' offices.
thumbnailEU, Balkan countries to increase law enforcement co-operation
2014-12-30The Union approved funding for a new project to fight organised crime and enhance border security.
thumbnailGreece, Cyprus determined to thwart ISIL recruits, gunrunners
2014-12-29The recent arrest of eight suspects indicates Greece and Cyprus are used as a conduit to Syria by extremist fighters and ammunition suppliers.
thumbnailKosovo co-operates with EU, US in fight against terrorism
2014-12-22Kosovo will receive assistance from the US and the EU on how to effectively prosecute terrorists and their collaborators.
thumbnailNATO works to include Balkan youth in security politics
2014-12-22A recent NATO initiative in Belgrade is helping to educate the region's youth about democracy, stability and co-operation in the global fight against ISIL.
thumbnailRegion strives to protect legal migrants
2014-12-11New projects in the region will help to protect legal migrants' human rights.
thumbnailGreeks seek stability ahead of presidential election
2014-11-04Experts warn an ongoing political battle may bring down the government and threaten Greece's economic recovery.
thumbnailOSCE chairmanship provides a chance and a challenge for Serbia
2014-11-03Serbia's 2015 chairmanship of the OSCE could be a chance to improve the country's diplomacy, but analysts said Belgrade will find itself in a difficult position between its neighbours.
thumbnailBalkan police co-operation reduces organised car theft
2014-10-27Efforts by the authorities as well as the end of duty tariffs on car imports have had an impact.
thumbnailLighter sentences sought in Greece corruption cases
2014-10-21The efforts coincide with government calls for lesser sentences but bigger fines.
thumbnailGreece and Serbia improve military co-operation
2014-10-16Greece is an important partner to Serbia in developing its capacities for multi-national operations, EU integration and military education.
thumbnailExperts: NATO should be guarantee for Balkan stability, security
2014-10-06Regional countries seek ways to show NATO their achievements and the need for Alliance membership.
thumbnailBalkan, Turkish universities to co-operate under new association
2014-09-30Turkish and Balkan universities signed a protocol to establish an association in order to boost academic ties between universities across the region.
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