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thumbnailChanges in Romania's criminal law alarm civil society
2013-12-27Secretly debated changes to Romania's Criminal Code pose a threat to democratic values in the country, the international community and experts warn.
thumbnailSerbia looks for answers in mass shooting
2013-04-11Experts say post-traumatic stress disorder affects thousands in the region.
thumbnailNations stand against child pornography
2012-12-12A new international accord calls on countries to redouble efforts to stop child abuse online.
thumbnailMacedonia criminal trial shows country's 'maturity'
2012-09-21The group of criminals who allegedly terrorised the eastern part of Macedonia are now on trial.
thumbnailKosovo negotiating extradition agreements
2012-08-29The agreements with other nations are a step forward toward integrating in the international community, but some experts advise caution.
thumbnailSerbia, BIH agree on criminal extradition treaty
2012-05-28The agreement for the extradition of people charged with corruption and organised crime is an expansion of prosecutorial agreements signed last year.
EULEX officers attacked in northern Mitrovica
2011-01-16PRISTINA, Kosovo -- Three EULEX police officers were attacked and injured in northern Mitrovica on Friday (January 14th). Police spokesperson Besim H...
thumbnailTurkey vows to accelerate judicial process
2011-01-06Turkey will take steps to speed up criminal trials, Justice Minister Sadullah Ergin promised on Wednesday.
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Serbia is increasing efforts to fight terrorism, which is crucial for citizens' safety, EU integration and resistance to ISIL, experts and officials say.

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