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    • 15:58
    • 22 Nov

    Balkans: criminal network key actors in EU drug markets

    Member of Italian criminal organisations hiding in the region
    • 20:18
    • 16 Nov

    Serbia: more than 100,000 Russians now live in the country

    And some 18,000 Ukrainians
    • 22:38
    • 13 Nov

    Lawyer Pirc Musar elected Slovenia's first woman president

    Linked to former US first lady Melania Trump
    • 10:18
    • 12 Nov

    Slovenia: Pirc Musar favourite at presidential run-off

    But a close result is predicted, turnout decisive
    • 18:41
    • 03 Nov

    Europe could face gas shortage next year: IEA

    If Russia stops pipelines deliveries completely
    • 18:01
    • 30 Oct

    Ukraine: media, 'invasion' of Russians continues in Serbia

    Blic, more than 100,000 arrived since the beginning of conflict
    • 23:45
    • 23 Oct

    Slovenia heads for runoff vote as conservatives win 1t round

    Anze Logar (60% votes counted) won 33.75%; Natasa P. Musar 27%
    • 12:18
    • 22 Oct

    Slovenia votes on Sunday to elect Pahor's successor

    Three leading contenders, runoff likely on November 13
    • 09:28
    • 21 Oct

    Businesses: 16.2 bn trade with Balkans in first half of 2022

    'Geo-economic community' on Adriatic, with Unioncamere, Luiss
    • 09:16
    • 10 Oct

    Austrian president re-elected on promises of stability

    Alpine country struggles with an energy crisis and inflation
    • 22:02
    • 04 Oct

    Who-Europe:healthcare crucial for cohesion

    Scano (Who Rep. Serbia), also for economic development
    • 10:58
    • 03 Oct

    Bulgaria: former PM Borissov wins general elections

    Second the PP of Kiril Petkov
    • 10:58
    • 03 Oct

    Centrists win Latvia vote, Russian parties on back foot

    Russian-speaking parties on back foot
    • 10:58
    • 03 Oct

    Bulgaria: former PM Borissov wins general elections

    Second the PP of Kiril Petkov
    • 09:05
    • 30 Sep

    Latvia to vote in shadow of Russian invasion

    Pro-NATO prime minister Karins, likely to secure victory
    • 17:16
    • 29 Sep

    'Tito's mansion' in New York sold for $50 million

    The mansion also housed Serbia's UN permanent mission