Bulgaria's new prime minister Kiril Petkov has indicated that Sofia will end its long-running obstruction of North Macedonia’s EU accession bid once his government takes office. Petkov was confirmed as... read more →
The Kosovo Supreme Court has suspended the water permit of the Brezovica hydropower plant in Shterpce/Strpce, barring an application for the necessary environment permit to continue construction. The Group for... read more →
Just days after the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) was finally completed following the appointment of two Slovenian prosecutors, Ljubljana has proposed amendments to the act on public prosecution. The... read more →
Viola Von Cramon-Taubadel, a German MEP and the EU Rapporteur for Kosovo, has criticised Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi over the latest Commission report on Serbia. The report, writes Cramon-Taubadel, is a... read more →
Mukhtar Ablyazov, who has been described in the British press as the world’s richest runaway fraudster, is wanted in Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine and has been convicted in absentia for... read more →
A group of Montenegrin non-government organizations have called for the national census to be delayed until October 2022, warning against questions regarding ethnic background, religious affiliation or language due to... read more →
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