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  1. Germany stops dozens of migrants stowing away to BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Ledger-Enquirer.com

    Police in the northern German port city of Cuxhaven have stopped dozens of migrants from stowing away on freighters heading to Britain in recent months. Migrants play soccer at the migrants camp in Idomeni, Greece, Thursday, May 19, 2016.

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  2. The Upcoming Balkan ExplosionRead the original story

    Thursday May 12 | Groong

    The Balkans have, for centuries, been a tinderbox. In August 1914, it was the Balkans and a cascade of happenstance events that sent the world to what was imagined then to be the most devastating war possible.

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  3. Thousands of migrants still taking Balkan route to EURead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 9 | Albany Times Union

    In this Sept. 7, 2015 file photo a migrant runs after he enters the territory of Hungary by crossing the temporary protection fence along the Hungarian-Serbian border as a Hungarian police car approaches at Roszke, 180 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary.

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  4. Remarks to Bulgarian Media With Prime Minister BorissovRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 7 | State Department

    Mr. Prime Minister, thank you very much for your incredibly gracious hospitality. It is a great pleasure for me to be in Bulgaria.

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  5. Migrants Still Taking Balkan Route to EURead the original story

    Friday May 6 | Courthouse News Service

    Thousands of migrants have continued to travel through Hungary on their way toward western Europe, despite fences, border closures and the European Union's deal with Turkey to stop sea crossings to Greece. Hungarian authorities have briefly detained nearly 11,000 people this year for breaching the razor-wire barriers on its borders with Serbia and Croatia and most of them have later continued their journeys to Austria, Germany and other favored destinations in the EU, the government and aid groups say.

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  6. [Opinion] Kosovo: Living in a ghetto on the EU fringeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | EUobserver

    "Integration into the European Union" was the refrain we heard almost every day from Kosovo's leaders and from everyone else who visited Kosovo in the past eight years. EU integration was the answer to all of Kosovo's problems and anxieties.

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  7. Bousa Brewing Company Coming to Miami's Little River District; Seeks Head BrewerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Miami New Times

    ... beverages. "Boza" or "bosa" is popular fermented beverage in Kazakhstan, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Albania, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, parts of Romania, Serbia, and Ukraine. "Bouza" is a Tunisian non-fermented, sweet ...

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  8. Bulgaria to Hold Last Event as SEE Cooperation Chair on June 01Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | Sofia News Agency

    Bulgaria's last event as head of the Southeastern European Cooperation Process has been scheduled for June 01, the Presidency has said. The host, President Rosen Plevneliev , will prepared an Anniversary declaration that will mark 20 years since the forum was established as an in instrument of regional dialogue.

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  9. Kosovo Prime Minister is Right, Kosovo is not SerbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2016 | NewsBlaze

    Here is good news for the reality of the Republic of Kosovo. This is the first time that a senior leader of the Kosovo Republic government i.e. Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa, openly in the eyes of the whole world, made it clear that "Kosovo has never been and is not part of Serbia. 2 comments

  10. 1,687 Serbian, 196 foreign observers in April 24 electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | B92

    The upcoming April 24 elections in Serbia will be monitored by 1,687 domestic and 196 foreign observers, says Dejan Djurdjevic. "All elections in Serbia have been monitored by various domestic and foreign observers, so these elections, too, garnered great public interest at home and abroad," Djurdjevic, who chairs the Republic Electoral Commission , has told Tanjug.

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  11. German Investors Disappointed by Bulgaria's Corruption, JudiciaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Sofia News Agency

    A file photo of the Sofia Courthouse building. German investors who took part in the annual poll raised concerns over the judiciary's efficiency, corruption levels, and qualification of the workforce.

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  12. Why Are Serbia's Elections in Kosovo, When Kosovo Isn't In Serbia?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | NewsBlaze

    Justice, democracy, human rights, stability and peace are inseparable everywhere and for everyone around the world, not reserved only for Serbs and Serbia. Serbs still want to rule Albanian Kosovo as their former classic colony .

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  13. Global M&A Activity Declines in Q1 2016 After Record Year in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | PRWeb

    M&A volume and value down quarter-on-quarter in all regions, overall PE/VC activity also declines across the boardZephyr reports on M&A and private equity activity in Q1 2016 - access report After 2015's record year for deal making it would have been unrealistic to expect that level of deal activity to have been sustained in Q1 2016. Both the volume and value of global mergers and acquisitions declined in the first quarter of 2016, compared to Q4 2015, according to information collected by the leading M&A database Zephyr.

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  14. Migrant Roma collateral damage of the refugee crisisRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2016 | European Public Health Alliance

    Brussels, 08/04/2016. - Roma are neglected casualties of the refugee crisis, according to a coalition of NGOs.

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  15. Migrant Roma collateral damage of the refugee crisisRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2016 | European Public Health Alliance

    Brussels, 08/04/2016. - Roma are neglected casualties of the refugee crisis, according to a coalition of NGOs.

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  16. Remembering Bogdan DenitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2016 | The Nation

    Bogdan Denitch who died in Split, Croatia on March 28, was a life long democratic socialist, who founded Democratic Socialists of America with his colleague Michael Harrington and represented it on the Socialist International where he had an influence that far outweighed the influence of the DSA in the US. A Serb from Kosovo, was born in 1929 as Bogdan Denis DeniA , in Sofia, Bulgaria, where his father was the Yugoslav ambassador.

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  17. SPI International acquires BBC contentRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2016 | Advanced-television.com

    SPI International has signed an extensive deal with BBC Worldwide acquiring TV and VoD rights to such British hits as Doctor Who, Wolf Hall and War and Peace in addition to a number of other series and films which the global pay TV operator will air on its FilmBox brand channels across Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Africa and the Middle East. In the first part of the deal with BBC Worldwide, SPI International has acquired rights to historical drama Wolf Hall .

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  18. Eastern Europeans, CIS Residents See Russia, U.S. as ThreatsRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2016 | Gallup.com

    Amid continued talk of a "new Cold War," residents of Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States see Russia -- or the U.S. -- as the one country that poses the biggest threat to them. But their answers largely depend on where Gallup asks the question.

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  19. iPhone SE and iPad Pro go on sale with little fanfareRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Cult of Mac Blog

    After being made available for pre-order last week, the 4-inch iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro are available to buy in Apple Stores today - although unlike many Apple launches, this one doesn't seem to have been met with massive queues. The smaller iPhone starts at $399 in the U.S., while the smaller iPad Pro will cost you upwards of $599, plus accessories.

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  20. Where are the queues? Apple's iPhone SE and iPad Pro go on sale -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Where are the queues? Apple's iPhone SE and iPad Pro go on sale - but the launch is missing the usual rush and fanfare Where are the queues? Apple's iPhone SE and iPad Pro go on sale - but the launch is missing the usual rush and fanfare The snaking queues that last for days, the cheering and the general hype that have become synonymous with previous Apple product launches are noticeable in their absence. Experts recently warned that we have reached 'peak' phone and the evolution of the handset is over - and this muted launch may go some way to prove that.

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