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Are Cee Hauliers Justified in Their Blockade of Border Crossings With Ukraine?

Transport ministers from EU countries are set to meet in Brussels on Monday, amid growing protests at border crossings with Ukraine by Polish and...

Devised in a Cell, Kosovo Political Prisoner’s Literary Epic Celebrates Freedom

Back in 1985, Bajram Kosumi, then a 25-year-old political prisoner, was walking around his isolation cell in a prison in the Serbian city of...

Italy-Albania Deal to Curb Migrants ‘Will Be Ineffective’: Experts

Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani told the Italian parliament on Tuesday that a memorandum of understanding for Albania to host migrant processing centres, signed two weeks ago,...

Suspicions Swirl Over Marina Development on Albanian ‘Public’ Land

In November 2018, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama inspected progress on a 12.3 million-euro upgrade of the Vlora seaport, paid for with a low-interest...

From Hungary to Turkey, Digital Rights Violations Grow – BIRN

Southeast Europe and Hungary have seen an alarming rise in digital rights violations, particularly during periods of domestic political turbulence, elections, and regional and...

What Does Multipolarity Mean for Kosovo?

Amid Yugoslavia’s break up in the early 1990s, Serbia pursued its “Greater Serbia” agenda based on the belief that all ethnic Serbs in the...

Tougher Legislation Demanded After Femicide in Bosnian Capital

The mayor of Sarajevo, Benjamina Karic, said after the murder of a 31-year-old woman by her ex-partner on Monday that domestic violence has become...


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