Balkans


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And the trail of the weapons used in January's attacks on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo also led to the Balkans.
We imported food from the Balkans because we realized that the Balkan people returning to the Emirates after spending some time at home fill a good portion of their suitcases with food," says Mirko Dimkovski from EuroBalkan.
This is a recipe for disaster for Turkey, as its interests are now held hostage by the whims and emotions of a few powerful Islamists who care only about creating proxies in the Balkans as they have done in Middle East.
When compared between Europe and Balkans, it is interesting to see that the nations of the past who have most frequently fought with each other are today's most interoperating nations.
EM Balkans will be a 50/50 joint venture between EM Advisors and Frontier Advisory, and will add to EM's existing geographic footprint in Moscow and London, reinforced by strategic alliances in New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.
Balkan telecommunications regulators are nearing a decision to cancel roaming charges for mobile communications, Macedonian news agency MIA reported on Thursday.
Heavy rainfall in May 2014 caused widespread flooding in the Balkans region.
The paper analyzes on its front page the social unrest in the Balkans in the context of the latest episode in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki participated in the ministerial meetings of the countries of the Visegrad Group and the Western Balkans, and the Central European Initiative (CEI) in Budapest on 30-31 October.
The president of the Association, Dejan StanojeviA, emphasized that in the creation of this strategic export product of the Balkans one of the most important goals is the standardization of spa services and the promotion of Balkan spas.
March 11 2012 (TUR) -- Anadolu Agency (AA) Director General and Executive Board Chairman Kemal Ozturk said that AA would make voice of Balkans be heard in the world.
Analysts from Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania have different position on whether the borders on the Balkans should be changed in order to finally solve the historical problems of people who live in this region.
Notes towards the politics of myth-making and versions of a new ethos for the Balkans
Party Politics in the Western Balkans (London and New York: Routledge, 2010).
Summary: The Balkans is the European Union's untold success story.