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thumbnailBalkan athletes send the message of unification from Ohrid
2013-09-19Sport is the best way to unite and overcome the national or ethnic issues in the region, athletes say.
thumbnailMacedonia, Turkey military co-operation gains importance
2012-12-19A recent donation of eight military vehicles is the latest example of co-operation between the two countries.
thumbnailCroatia, Kosovo deal aims to enforce regional security
2012-06-26An action plan for military co-operation between Croatia and Kosovo is being hailed as a step towards NATO.
thumbnailRegional military exercise boosts trust, communication
2012-06-25The main goals of the training exercise Immediate Response 2012 was to strengthen security and stability in the region and boost interoperability between NATO and its partner countries.
China, Serbia discuss ways to boost co-operation
2011-05-05BELGRADE, Serbia -- Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic and Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi met in Belgrade on Wednesday (May 4th) to discuss bilateral rela...
Albania, Serbia sign readmission agreement
2011-05-01TIRANA, Albania -- Interior Minister Bujar Nishani and visiting Serbian counterpart Ivica Dacic signed an agreement on readmission Friday (April 29th...
Slovenia, Serbia sign extradition agreement
2011-04-17LJUBLJANA, Slovenia -- Justice Minister Ales Zalar and Serbian counterpart Snezana Malovic signed an extradition agreement Friday (April 15th) at Brd...
thumbnailSerbian soldiers to join EU missions
2011-04-06The decision met a degree of government opposition.
Tadic meets with Armenian counterpart
2011-04-05BELGRADE, Serbia -- President Boris Tadic and Armenian counterpart Serzh Sargsyan agreed on Monday (April 4th) that there is room for boosting bilate...
Joint Serbian-RS governmental session held in Banja Luka
2011-03-20SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) -- Republika Srpska (RS) Prime Minister Aleksandar Dzombic and his visiting Serbian counterpart Mirko Cvetkovi...
Regional interior ministers discuss police co-operation
2011-03-01LJUBLJANA, Slovenia -- Interior ministers of nine Southeast European countries signed a memorandum Monday (February 28th) on co-operation in the figh...
Croatian president visits Afghanistan
2011-02-20KABUL, Afghanistan -- Croatian President Ivo Josipovic met on Saturday (February 19th) with Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai in Kabul, reaffirming his...
Croatia, Poland sign regional development deal
2011-02-18ZAGREB, Croatia -- Regional Development Minister Bozidar Pankretic and Polish counterpart Elzbieta Bienkowska signed a memorandum on co-operation on...
Macedonia's Gruevski visits US
2011-02-15SKOPJE, Macedonia -- Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski kicks off on a visit to Washington on Tuesday (February 15th). He will meet with Vice-President J...
Croatian President Josipovic to visit Sarajevo
2011-02-14ZAGREB, Croatia -- President Ivo Josipovic will visit Sarajevo on Monday (February 14th) to receive the Liberty Award for contributing to peace and c...
Turkish President Gul visits Iran
2011-02-14TEHRAN, Iran -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul arrived in Tehran on Sunday (February 13th) for a four-day official visit, at the invitation of counte...
Dodik says Germany willing to help BiH
2011-02-13SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) -- Republika Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik said on Saturday (February 12th) that he feels Germany sincer...
Turkey, Nigeria agree to boost economic co-operation
2011-02-03ANKARA, Turkey -- President Abdullah Gul and his Nigerian counterpart Goodluck Jonathan agreed on Wednesday (February 2nd) to ramp up economic bilate...
Serbia, Norway sign military co-operation agreement
2011-02-03BELGRADE, Serbia -- Representatives of Serbia and Norway signed a year-long agreement on military co-operation Wednesday (February 2nd). The plan aim...
BiH presidency members to visit Croatia
2011-01-31ZAGREB, Croatia -- Members of BiH's tripartite presidency kick off a two-day visit in Zagreb on Monday (January 31st). Nebojsa Radmanovic, Bakir Izet...
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Srebrenica relatives pleased with Dutch verdict, but not satisfiedSrebrenica relatives pleased with Dutch verdict, but not satisfied

Some believe that the verdict is the first step in exposing the truth about what happened in Srebrenica in 1995.

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