Montenegro's Djukanovic Not Up for New PM Term after Elections

Montenegro's longtime Prime Minister Milo Đukanović will not continue as the government head despite just having won a close election race, a statement by his Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) indicated Tuesday.

World » Southeast Europe | 4 hours ago | Viewed: 399

EU Parliament Backs Mechanism Replacing CVM Monitoring on Bulgaria, Romania

The European Commission has to present a new mechanism for monitoring democracy and the rule of law in all member-states, decided the European Parliament on Tuesday, reported BGNES.

World » EU | 4 hours ago | Viewed: 1630

Turkey's Cavusoglu: Ground Operation in Iraq Is Possible If Turkey Is Threatened

Ankara may undertake a ground operation in Iraq in order to deal with any threats against Turkey, stated Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, reported BNR.

World » Southeast Europe | October 25, 2016, Tuesday // 21:59 | Viewed: 763

Greece To Receive EUR 2.8 B Tranche Under Third Bailout Programme

Euro Zone representatives have announced that they have approved another EUR 2.

World » EU | October 25, 2016, Tuesday // 16:49 | Viewed: 1015

Explosion Rocks Antalya Chamber of Commerce

An explosion has hit the carpark of the chamber of commerce and industry in the resort province of Antalya in Turkey, Hürriyet Daily News writes.

World | October 25, 2016, Tuesday // 10:04 | Viewed: 916

Hungarian PM Orban: We Must End Europe's Sovietisation

Hungary’s PM Viktor Orban has called for the salvation of Europe via national states and Christian values, reported BGNES.

World » EU | October 24, 2016, Monday // 16:27 | Viewed: 1280

Brussels Capital Region Blocks CETA As Well

After Belgium’s Wallonia region, the capital region of Brussels has also refused to ratify the free-trade agreement between Canada and the EU (CETA).

World » EU | October 24, 2016, Monday // 14:09 | Viewed: 4464

French Calais Engulfed By Violence After Dismantling of Jungle Camp Begins

The French town of Calais was engulfed by violence on Sunday evening after the police clashed with migrants and used tear gas against the crowd before the largest evacuation of refugees in France in decades, reported The Times, cited by Focus agency.

World » EU | October 24, 2016, Monday // 09:49 | Viewed: 2058

Afghanistan's Opium Production Rises Drastically - UN Report

Afghanistan's opium production has risen sharply this year in comparison to last, according to an executive summary of the country's official opium survey released Sunday.

World | October 23, 2016, Sunday // 14:32 | Viewed: 1119

Turkey Reports More Than 35 000 in Detention after Coup Attempt

There are more than 35 000 people in detention in Turkey more than three months after this year's attempted coup, says Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ, noting that a further 4,000 remain under investigation.

World » Southeast Europe | October 23, 2016, Sunday // 12:57 | Viewed: 2560

Turkish PM Warns Brussels: Alternatives to EU Exist

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has warned the European Union not to forget that Turkey has alternatives to the bloc.

World » Southeast Europe | October 22, 2016, Saturday // 16:44 | Viewed: 1907

France To Dismantle "Jungle" Camp in Calais

France’s Interior Ministry has announced that the closure of the camp in Calais and the transfer of migrants will start on Monday.

World » EU | October 22, 2016, Saturday // 15:11 | Viewed: 1402

Greece Insists On Implementation of Quota Principle for Refugees

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted in front of European leaders on the admission of refugees in accordance with the quota principle.

World » Southeast Europe | October 21, 2016, Friday // 14:15 | Viewed: 3183

Bulgarian Citizens in Turkey: We Will Vote In Spite of Discrimination

The Balkan Refugees Culture and Solidarity Foundation (Bal-Goc) in Turkey has called on Bulgarian citizens in the country to vote for head of state on November 6, while calling the restriction for only up to 35 voting sections to be opened discriminatory.

World » Southeast Europe | October 21, 2016, Friday // 13:36 | Viewed: 1605

Walloon Government Blocks CETA

The Walloon government rejected late on Thursday night the final compromise offer of the European Commission for changes in the trade agreement between the European Union and Canada which was supposed to satisfy Walloon demands.

World » EU | October 21, 2016, Friday // 11:35 | Viewed: 3218

Spain's Constitutional Court Annuls Catalonia's Corrida Ban

Spain’s Constitutional Court has annulled the ban on traditional bullfighting which was introduced by local authorities in the northeastern region of Catalonia, reported AFP.

World » EU | October 20, 2016, Thursday // 22:15 | Viewed: 1294

Russia Extends Aleppo Ceasefire by 24 Hours

The humanitarian ceasefire in Aleppo kept by the Russian and Syrian armies since Thursday morning has been extended by 24 hours so that civilians and fighters have the opportunity to leave the rebel districts under siege in the city, stated Russian Defenc

World » Russia | October 20, 2016, Thursday // 19:27 | Viewed: 3314

Turkey's Erdogan Attacks Lausanne Treaty Yet Again

Turkish President Recep Erdogan has raised yet again the issue of the Lausanne Peace Treaty of 1923 and its influence on the Turkish state, stating that since the signing of the agreement, the country has found itself in a “vicious circle”.

World » Southeast Europe | October 20, 2016, Thursday // 18:40 | Viewed: 1733

New Earthquakes Hit Albania, Greece, Turkey

The Balkan peninsula continues to be hit by earthquakes.

World » Southeast Europe | October 20, 2016, Thursday // 15:25 | Viewed: 1566

Dozens Detained in Turkey in Ongoing Gülen Probe

Turkish police have detained more than 70 people, including soldiers, as part of an ongoing probe into the failed coup attempt.

World | October 20, 2016, Thursday // 12:32 | Viewed: 1241

Iraqi and Kurdish Forces 'Tighten the Noose' around Islamic State

Iraqi and Kurdish forces on Thursday launched a major advance north and northeast of Mosul, Islamic State's stronghold in Iraq, on the fourth day of a mission to recapture the city.

World | October 20, 2016, Thursday // 12:09 | Viewed: 1102
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