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Articles by SETimes :

Turkey’s EU Bid Faces Opportunities And Challenges In 2013 – Analysis

By Menekse Tokyay Developments in Turkey and the EU could present fresh opportunities for Ankara’s accession bid in 2013, provided

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Albania: Political Parties Point Fingers On Lack Of EU Candidacy

By Erl Murati Political parties have come out swinging after Albania was denied EU candidate status again. The opposition sets

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Kosovo Institutions Address Status Of War Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

By Safet Kabashaj The status of sexual violence survivors in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH are part of the

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Macedonia: Budget Debate Not Over Yet

By Klaudija Lutovska Macedonia has a budget for 2013, but its parliament is in turmoil after members of the opposition

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Southeast Europe: Police Fight Regional Cybercrime

By Mladen Dragojlovic Several hackers in Southeast Europe are under investigation for allegedly taking part in a global cybercrime ring,

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Serbia Plots Ambitious Course On Deficit Reduction


By Igor Jovanovic Seeking to halt a severe economic crisis, Serbian officials have adopted a 9 billion euro 2013 budget

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Macedonia: Illegal Fishing Ring Broken Up

By Miki Trajkovski A number of Lake Ohrid police force members were arrested on charges of organising and participating in

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Perpetrator Of Bulgaria Terror Attack Still Unidentified

By Svetla Dimitrova The results of the investigation into the suicide bombing at Bulgaria’s Burgas Airport last summer are expected

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Macedonia, Turkey Military Co-Operation Gains Importance

By Aleksandar Pavlevski Macedonia and Turkey are deepening their military ties through investment and co-operation, nurturing a relationship that allows

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BiH, Serbia War Crimes Protocol Sparks Debate

By Anes Alic After almost two years of negotiations, authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) have green-lighted the signing of

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