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European soccer's governing body, UEFA, has opened disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro and Russia after a May 27 European championship qualifying match was abandoned due to crowd violence. More
The UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has ruled that Serbian ultranationalist Vojislav Seselj had breached conditions of his provisional release and ordered his return to detention at The Hague. More
Senior officials from six Balkan nations discussed regional infrastructure projects in Kosovo on March 25. More
Police have arrested seven men -- reportedly members of a Bosnian Serb wartime special police unit -- suspected of involvement in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, Serbia's first arrests of people accused of direct participation in the slaughter of thousands of Muslims in the town in Bosnia-Herzegovina. More
EU foreign ministers have approved the next step on Bosnia's road to membership after politicians agreed a series of reforms demanded by the 28-member bloc. More
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