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Macedonia PM Accused Of Leak

Macedonia's Social Democratic party has filed a complaint against Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski for allegedly revealing state secrets. More

WHO Urges Europe, Central Asia To Step Up Measles Vaccination

The World Health Organization (WHO) says measles vaccinations must immediately be stepped up across Europe and Central Asia. More

Four Feared Dead In Bosnian Coal-Mine Accident

The four miners were believed to have been buried by some 5,000 cubic meters of soil in a landslide at the Dubrave mine near the town of Tuzla, and rescue workers were trying desperately to dig them out. More

Austria Warns Kosovars Against Asylum

The Austrian government has published an appeal in Kosovo's largest daily newspaper warning Kosovars against trying to seek asylum in Austria. More

Kosovo PM Calls For End To Exodus

Kosovo marked the seventh anniversary of independence from Serbia on February 17 with Prime Minister Isa Mustafa urging citizens not to leave the mainly ethnic Albanian territory as it grapples with a deep economic crisis. More

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Video Bereft Of Hope And Faith, Kosovo's Youths Stream Abroad

Tens of thousands of Kosovars left the country in 2014 and the rate of out migration has jumped 40 percent since December. Asylum seekers in the EU from Kosovo now outnumber those from Syria and Afghanistan.
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