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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.
thumbnailKremlin threatens gas supplies to Southeast Europe
2014-04-16Several nations receive Russian gas via Ukraine. In other business news: Albania's credit rating sees improvement and Turkey's military spending surpasses Canada.
thumbnailWith an eye on the EU, Serbia reforming its schools
2014-04-14The European Commission is urging Serbia to harmonise its labour market and education system to ensure that citizens will be able to find jobs.
thumbnailSerbia to focus on eliminating tax evasion, grey economy
2014-04-11The Serbian government plans to crack down on the grey economy and tax evasion in hopes of obtaining funds for the impoverished state budget.
thumbnailFuture home of Yugoslav archives remain in dispute
2014-04-11A 2001 succession agreement stipulates original documents should be released from the Archive of Yugoslavia in Belgrade to the successor states' archives.
thumbnailMinority associations in Balkans nurture diversity, reconciliation
2014-04-10Cultural societies in Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia are paving the way toward co-existence.
thumbnailBalkan energy companies explore regional, EU markets
2014-04-04EU membership means entering a large, liberalised energy market, and regional companies need to prepare, experts say.
thumbnailOn the web, public calls for a fair trial in the Saric case
2014-04-04The arrest and trial of alleged drug lord Darko Saric is being hailed by many online commenters as eyes turn to the judicial system.
thumbnailCroatia, Serbia expand defence co-operation
2014-04-01Collaboration between the two countries is crucial for regional stability and EU integration.
thumbnailBiH cracks down on fan violence and nationalism
2014-04-01Increased security measures and bans are part of the BiH football federation's plan to curtail fan violence and nationalist rhetoric.
thumbnailBalkan countries boost efforts to draw investment
2014-03-31Political stability, co-operation and reforms will lead to foreign investment in the region, officials said.
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.
thumbnailBloggers debate proposed Kosovo war crimes tribunal
2014-03-28Kosovo insists the new tribunal should be within its jurisdiction.
thumbnailEU to take measures against dependency on Russian gas
2014-03-28The European Commission will present an energy plan in June.
thumbnailUkraine crisis spurs Balkan countries to co-operate
2014-03-26Regional countries sign agreements and plan joint projects to improve security and mutual trust.
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.
thumbnailSerbs in Crimea send 'false message,' experts and citizens say
2014-03-24A group of extremists who have joined the Russian paramilitary forces in Crimea do not represent the state, experts tell SETimes.
thumbnailSoutheast Europe, Turkey criticise Russian moves in Ukraine
2014-03-20The annexation of Crimea has many worried about Russian ambition in Eastern Europe.
thumbnailSerbia vote shows citizens back EU integration
2014-03-20The results of the snap elections show that Serbia's citizens want EU membership, experts say.

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