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16. March 2017

Turkish FM predicts Europe will soon face "religious wars"

Religious wars will soon begin in Europe, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said, commenting on the outcome of the Dutch parliamentary …
15. March 2017

Merkel is "very concerned about W. Balkans" - Vucic

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met on Tuesday Berlin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Vucic told Serbia's state broadcaster RTS after …
15. March 2017

Pristina moves to appropriate ex-Yugoslav, Serbian property

The government in Pristina has decided to register all immovable property previously registered to the former Yugoslavia, Serbia, and AP Kosovo to - …
15. March 2017

"Pristina's bid to appropriate Serbian property is illegal"

The government in Pristina has decided to register all immovable property previously registered to the former Yugoslavia, Serbia, and AP Kosovo to - …
15. March 2017

"Expo: Russia - Serbia" opens in Belgrade

The fourth "Expo: Russia - Serbia" event opened in Belgrade on Wednesday, along with the 4th Belgrade Business Forum. Doing the honors were Serbian …
15. March 2017

Pope Francis "unlikely" to canonize Stepinac - sources

The likelihood of Pope Francis canonizing Croatian Catholic cleric Alojzije Stepinac is low, Croatian media are reporting this week. The …
15. March 2017

US senators: Probe US meddling, Soros foundation financing

A group of US senators has sent a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to investigate US meddling in Macedonia's political scene. Republican …
15. March 2017

"Time to reassess Turkey-EU migration deal"

Turkish Foreign Minister Omer Celik says the time has come for his country to "reassess its migration deal with the European Union." The reason, he …
15. March 2017

Western states advise Pristina against "unilateral actions"

Representatives of "the Quint" in Kosovo have called on Kosovo authorities not to take unilateral actions regarding the establishment of an …
14. March 2017

Vucic travels to Berlin for meeting with Merkel

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will today in Berlin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Serbia's state broadcaster RTS reported late on …

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Devaluation of Dinar, the national currency
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