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Bomb Exploded Outside Ethnic Bosnian Journalist’s Home in MontenegroPhoto: Government of Montenegro

Bomb Exploded Outside Ethnic Bosnian Journalist’s Home in Montenegro

“The Bosniak-American National Association (BANA) strongly condemns the terrorist bomb attack on the family house of journalist Sead Sadikovic, which occurred in Bijelo Polje (Montenegro), on Sunday evening on April 1, according to a statement from the association that is located in New York. ‘Throwing bombs at the […]

Slovene PM Travels to Macedonia to Talk EU and NATOPhoto: Vlada.si

Slovene PM Travels to Macedonia to Talk EU and NATO

“PM Miro Cerar will pay an official visit to Macedonia on Tuesday and Wednesday in what his office said was an affirmation of the good and friendly relations. Bilateral ties and Macedonia’s EU and NATO aspirations will be in the focus of talks.” (STA)

Oldest Slovene Passes Away at 110 Years and 216 Days

Oldest Slovene Passes Away at 110 Years and 216 Days

“At the age of 111, the oldest Slovene, Nikolaj Dragoš, died. The former policeman, born on August 27, 1907, was the oldest male resident of Slovenia of all time and one of only three ‘superstitions’ in Slovenian history. Dragoš died on Saturday, March 31st, from the Pensioners’ Association Vižmarje Brod. […]

BiH WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Foreign Policy – Bosnia is Teetering on the Precipice of a Political Crisis; Croatian Congressional Caucus Co-chair Meets BiH Deputy Foreign Minister; Turkish Premier Wraps Up Two-Day Visit to BiH, Talks Relations with USA and Russia

BiH WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Foreign Policy – Bosnia is Teetering on the Precipice of a Political Crisis; Croatian Congressional Caucus Co-chair Meets BiH Deputy Foreign Minister; Turkish Premier Wraps Up Two-Day Visit to BiH, Talks Relations with USA and Russia

“More than two decades after Bosnia and Herzegovina gained its independence following the bloody dissolution of Yugoslavia, the government there is facing yet another looming political crisis, and the West appears to be doing little to stop it. At issue is an electoral law impasse that’s a symptom […]

Beautiful lakes and rivers with crystal clear water in Plitvice Lakes National Park, CroatiaPhoto: kimkim.com

Croatia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Croatia Marks 27 Years Since Beginning of War; Croatia Eyes Education Reform; Tourism is Nearly 20 Percent of 2017 GDP

“President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said at Plitvice Lakes National Park on Saturday that the Plitvice victory 27 years ago was the beginning of Croatia’s victorious struggle for freedom and independence. She was speaking at a commemoration for Josip Jovic, a policeman killed there 27 years ago today in an operation launched […]

Protesters set toll booths on fire on the Durres-Kukes highway in Kalimash near Kukes, Albania March 31, 2018. REUTERS/StringerPhoto: REUTERS/Stringer

Kosovo WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Security Officials Fired Over Turkish Deportations; Erdogan to Kosovo PM Over Deportations : You will pay for this; Violent Protests Over Albania-Kosovo Road Toll

“Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has sacked two top security officials for failing to tell him about the arrest and deportation of six Turks. Turkey says the six support Fethullah Gulen, the US-based cleric blamed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for a plot to oust him in […]

Montenegro WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Montenegrin Think Tank Predicts First Round Victory for Djukanovic; Foreign Minister Meets with Cuban Ambassador

Montenegro WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Montenegrin Think Tank Predicts First Round Victory for Djukanovic; Foreign Minister Meets with Cuban Ambassador

“Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) is supported by 43% of citizens, Democratic Montenegro 21.2, while Democratic Front (DF) 12.6% of citizens, the Center for Democracy and Human Rights’ (CEDEM) research ‘Political public opinion of Montenegro – Presidential elections’ showed. Research shows: Djukanovic wins in the first round of […]

Serbia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Vucic to Visit Turkey, Expects Chinese Leader in Serbia; Serb Military Holds Flyover Near Kosovo; Serbian-American Congress Looks for American Investors; Britain Exerts Soft Power Through BBC Serbia

Serbia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Vucic to Visit Turkey, Expects Chinese Leader in Serbia; Serb Military Holds Flyover Near Kosovo; Serbian-American Congress Looks for American Investors; Britain Exerts Soft Power Through BBC Serbia

“Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic has announced that he would visit Ankara in May. At the same time, he said that he expects China’s president Xi Jinping to visit Serbia again. Considering the recent turmoil in northern Kosovo, the president ironically said that Albanians are ‘powerful, great and strong” […]