Montenegro sacks Serbian-born football coach for boycotting game between Montenegro and Kosovo

Serbian-born football coach Ljubisa Tumbakovic was removed from his position as Montenegro’s national team chief on Saturday after he boycotted the game between Montenegro and … Read more

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Once again, the morning briefing, leads with death, this time of two women in a traffic accident in Mosta. This our selection of … Read more

Widow of late Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic has died in Russia


Once dubbed “Lady Macbeth of the Balkans,” Mirjana Markovic, the widow of ex-Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic has died in Russia. Her husband died in … Read more

Over 10,000 protest to end Montenegrin’s President 30-year rule

More than 10,000 people marched on Saturday through Montenegro’s capital, Podgorica, to call for the end of Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović’s 30-year long rule.

It … Read more


Kosovo president visits disputed area


Kosovo’s president made a rare visit on Saturday to a disputed, mainly ethnic Serb area in the north of the country, angering Belgrade just three … Read more


Balkans – Disinformation age challenges in the new ‘battle’ for Macedonia


As Macedonians prepare for the most important vote in their nation’s history, scores of Facebook posts are urging voters to burn their ballots. Hundreds of … Read more

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EU committed to Iranian nuclear deal; wants the US to exempt the bloc from steel tariffs


The EU remains firmly committed to the Iranian nuclear deal, and it wants the US to permanently exempt the bloc from steel tariffs.

Donald Tusk, … Read more

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Balkans : It is open hunting season on independent thinkers

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POLITICO reports that in the Balkans the West is fighting back against Russia in a battle for influence in the Balkans. But although the European … Read more