A testy interview probes the role of the country’s best-selling newspaper in ginning up anti-Roma sentiment. From Romea.cz.
More are complaining that they cannot work, or even think, in the increasingly repressive country.
Plus, the Slovak government plans a health-care takeover and a flash fire destroys a Roma camp in Montenegro.
Plus, UN chief’s Kosovo visit gets mixed reactions and street art in Yekaterinburg gets results.
No one seems to have a solution to the scourge of child labor in a seaside resort.
With Serbia’s politicians distracted and its police in limbo, the country’s underworld settles some scores. From Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso.
Plus, Budapest regroups after a court strikes down a new law on judges, and a prominent Uzbek opposition leader flees the country.
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