When Bosnia was torn apart, football clubs were ethnically cleansed along with the population. From The Conversation.By Richard Mills
Luhansk rebel leader says he isn’t part of his colleague’s plan for a new state on territory of ‘former Ukraine.’
The seventh season of the internationally popular television series premiered in a Moscow metro station.
Neighboring Croatia is considering similar move after forest fires reached the suburbs of Split.
Why do the Belarusian authorities oppose the revision of the Great Patriotic War myth?
Front runners in the crowded field of presidential hopefuls include the prime minister and a business magnate.
Economic and religious motivations alike are behind the rise in multiple marriages, observers say.
Rightist government says judges are corrupt and immoral, so it needs more powers to hire and fire them.
Media freedom in Central and Eastern Europe has dramatically deteriorated since five countries in the region joined the EU.By Daniel Penev
Some hail cheaper, easier travel and a symbolic turn to Europe, but for others it’s a complication.
In addition to being potential summer destinations, these 11 cities can give you a better understanding of Ukraine. From Hromadske.By Natalia Tikhonova
In Europe’s “last dictatorship,” you should definitely be careful what you photograph and joke about. From European Radio for Belarus (ERB).
Ukrainian officials haven’t stopped agitating for the release of political prisoners in Russia, but in an interview, the cousin of jailed film director Oleg Sentsov says she’s heard things are at a dead end. From Hromadske.By Sergey Mokrushin
A town in southern Armenia is determined to preserve its architectural heritage, including a peculiarity once fashionable in the 19th century. From Jamnews.By Anahit Baghdasaryan
For Chechen refugees, the route from Belarus to Poland only takes three days with the right papers, but for others it can take an eternity. From Euroradio.By Ales Pilecki
A summer of attacks by Roma has Bulgaria again looking for answers, but, this time, politicians might actually be serious about it.By BOYKO VASSILEV
The Russian hunt for fake news isn’t exactly genuine.By PETER GROSS
A strongly pro-European nation, Slovakia is asking for treatment on par with its Western neighbors, and willing to pay its dues.By MARTIN EHL
There are crucial differences between relations now and then between Russia/the Soviet Union and the United States.By PETER RUTLAND
Bulgaria’s EU presidency next year probably won’t be very grandiose, but that doesn’t mean it won’t have purpose.By BOYKO VASSILEV
The lessons that Lithuania has learned about Russia the hard way could prove valuable for other countries.By MARTIN EHL
It’s time to put the catastrophic state of the region’s media freedom front and center.By PETER GROSS
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