Montenegro

thumbnailInterview: Croatia's president promotes MEP election
2014-04-16In an interview with SETimes, Croatia's president says the upcoming European Parliament elections are important for Croatia and the Western Balkans.
thumbnailBalkan countries join forces in fight against crime
2014-04-11A new police centre joins BiH, Serbia and Montenegro to boost co-operation and regional security.
thumbnailAdditional bailout funding on the way to Greece
2014-04-02Reforms allow Athens to tap into bailout money set aside by international lenders. In other business news: Improved economic conditions allow Cyprus to drop its ceiling on daily cash withdrawals.
thumbnailBalkan countries train together for ISAF
2014-04-02Joint preparation contributes to regional co-operation and Euro-Atlantic integration.
thumbnailArrests highlight Montenegro's efforts against corruption
2014-04-01Officials said the resolve is there, but experts said stronger anti-corruption efforts are needed.
thumbnailRegional countries to seek EU observer status
2014-03-31A new initiative proposes EU member candidate states be given an opportunity to more readily present their views in Brussels.
thumbnailEU to take measures against dependency on Russian gas
2014-03-28The European Commission will present an energy plan in June.
thumbnailMontenegro tops tourism growth list
2014-03-26Tourism revenue in Montenegro is expected to grow more than 17 percent from last year. Also in business news: Turkey will begin to renegotiate its Customs Union Agreement with the EU by June.
thumbnailRegional co-operation leads to arrest of reputed drug boss
2014-03-25After five years on the run, suspected drug lord Darko Saric is apprehended in a joint operation between Serbia and Montenegro.
thumbnailUkraine crisis significant for Chinese investment in Europe
2014-03-14Beijing has made clear that it wants to retain good relations with the new, pro-Western coalition government in Kiev.
thumbnailBalkans, EU continue struggle for press freedom
2014-03-13Balkan countries remain a dangerous place for journalists, according to a recent report on media freedom.
thumbnailTurkey, Balkan states lead global police training co-operative
2014-03-13Now in its fourth year, INTERPA is a growing international organisation aimed at improving the quality of police training.
thumbnailNATO and Serbia strive to strengthen co-operation in Kosovo
2014-03-10In hopes of smoothing the relations between Pristina and Belgrade in carrying out the Brussels agreement, KFOR and Serbian Army officials are discussing co-operation.
thumbnailIMF to help Albania make reforms
2014-03-05A loan from the IMF will help Albania undertake economic reforms. Also in business news: Turkey wants to increase its 20 percent stake in the Trans-Anatolia Gas Pipeline project to 30 percent by April.
thumbnailExperts urge action to help child beggars
2014-03-03Child beggars on the streets are a global phenomenon, but experts and NGOs in Southeast Europe are urging governments to take action.
thumbnailMontenegro company is the centre of EU concern
2014-03-03Russian investors and Montenegro officials are heading to arbitration over an aluminium plant.
thumbnailWomen to assume greater role in Balkan militaries
2014-02-28Military officials said they are working to attract, employ and retain women more effectively.
thumbnailAthletes return from Olympics with sense of togetherness
2014-02-28Memories of friendship and solidarity were forged among athletes from the Balkans and Turkey during the 2014 Sochi Games.
thumbnailKosovo, Albania sign employment deal
2014-02-27The bilateral agreement establishes a common labour market between the two countries.
thumbnailEU nudges western Balkans toward economic reform
2014-02-26Improving the financial climate will attract investment, the Union said. In other business news: Bulgaria and Macedonia seek more funding for Corridor 8.

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After years riddled with scandal, officials are taking steps to end corruption and crime in football.

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