China’s meetup with Central and East European countries was a stark contrast to the earlier EU-China event.
Croatia has also been the target of spying allegations made by Slovenia in the wake of failed border agreement in the Adriatic Sea.
Adriatic city of Dubrovnik, which has been central to the craze, is imposing restrictions aimed at limiting the overwhelming number of tourists.
Bosniaks and Croatian war veterans irate over Croatian ambassador’s visit to the Bosnian Serb capital.
Official figures drastically understate the scale of migration to the EU, according to a new study.
Despite country signing UN Convention, as many as 10,000 people are ‘denied the right to a life in the community.’
Collapse of the food and retail group would threaten jobs across the Balkans.
Hard feelings are rising as potential asylum seekers pile up on the Bosnia-Croatia border.
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