People walk past the Bank of Greece HQ in central Athens on March 6 (Beta/AP/Petros Giannakouris)

Opinions & Analyses

Europe's "machine from hell"

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The Eurozone "machine from hell" is undermining European unity from Germany to Greece, democratic national politics clash with European economic necessity

Opinions & Analyses

Serbia: Media and government

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U.S. expert on the Balkans Daniel Serwer recently published an analysis of the media scene in Serbia, regarding claims of censorship and stifling of media freedoms.

Ukrainian troops withdrawing from Debeltsevo, on Jan. 18 (Beta/AP)

Opinions & Analyses

14 words to prevent Ukraine becoming Syria

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"The key to a lasting peace lies in control of that eastern frontier"

(Beta/AP, file)

Opinions & Analyses

"Stop these Putin thugs tearing a country apart"

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The US may have the arms, and Germany the money, but Britain has the international broadcaster

The front page of the Nedeljnik magazine


Šešelj "can work with SNS"; "Greater Serbia has new borders"

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Vojislav Šešelj has told the Nedeljnik weekly that he would not comply with a possible order from the Hague Tribunal to return there, and "cannot wait to see the EU impose sanctions on Serbia because of him."

Press Room

Growing safety threat to female journalists online

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Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's representative on freedom of the media has published a communiqué on the growing safety threat to female journalists online

(Beta, file)


UN secretary-general's quarterly Kosovo report

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The secretary-general on the United Nations on January 30 filed his new report on the work of the Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).

B92 TV

Investigative series takes close look at football clubs

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B92 TV has launched a new investigative journalism program - dubbed Reporter

Marko Đurić (Tanjug, file)

B92 TV

"We may disgree over status, but should not hate each other"

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"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."


Who will form Serbia's next government: