Plus, Serbia to begin building South Stream pipeline by year’s end and Madeleine Albright confronts claims of war profiteering.
Plus, Georgia to take another look at suspicious deaths and Macedonia takes aim, again, at its birth dearth.
Plus, Bulgaria targets “lazy savers” and changes may be in store for Serbia’s most Western-oriented political party.
Plus, Moscow slams European 'Magnitsky list' vote and a provocative Tajik rights group is ordered to shut down.
Plus, Latvian officials set date for euro adoption and a Slovak firm denies shoddy testing of medical products.
Plus, BP deal could make Rosneft even bigger and Croatia’s impending EU entry unnerves Germany.
Plus, Hungary and Romania plan restrictions on land sales to foreigners and Georgia’s only Russian-language TV station goes off the air.
Plus, privatization gets violent in Kosovo and a potential blow is struck against bride-kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan.
Plus, racism at a Serbia soccer match causes outrage and Georgia will participate in the Sochi Olympics.
Plus, Katowice rises from the dust and Lukashenka criticizes Russia one moment, begs for aid the next.
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