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Bosnia Convicts Four For Supporting IS

A Sarajevo court has convicted and sentenced four Bosnians on terrorism charges. More

Opposition leaders called for protesters to stay on the streets until the government resigned.

Thousands Protest In Montenegro

Several thousand people have demonstrated in the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic's government. More

Refugees wait to enter Croatia at the border town of Berkasovo, Serbia, on September 25.

Tensions Between Croatia, Serbia Eased

Croatia and Serbia have moved to ease tensions along their shared border after European Union leaders intervened in a bitter dispute sparked by the migrant crisis. More

Croatia Lifts Blockade On Serbia Border

Croatia has lifted a blockade on its border with Serbia on September 25, ending a week of border disputes between the two countries over the flow of migrants. More

Croatia-Serbia Dispute Escalates

Croatia is banning Serbians and cars from Serbia from entering the country one day after Serbia banned Croatian cargo vehicles and goods from crossing its border. More

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Rami's Story: Odyssey Of A Syrian Refugee

Rami has shelled out thousands of euros in bribes, been detained by police, and trekked countless hours through forests and along other darkened byways -- all to escape his war-ravaged homeland of Syria and reach his dream destination: Germany.

Explainer: Who Gets Asylum In Germany?

With as many as 800,000 migrants and refugees expected to arrive in Germany this year, here are five things to know about their chances of gaining asylum there.

New Walls Rise After Iron Curtain’s Fall

The idea of erecting barriers to keep undesirables at bay did not crumble with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Iron Curtain.

Frustrated, Yet Hopeful, Bosnians Rally To Revive National Museum

The National Museum of Bosnia-Herzegovina has been shuttered for nearly three years -- a potent symbol of the country's unresolved ethnic divisions. But now museum supporters and ordinary citizens of Sarajevo are standing up against the politicians who they say "detest Bosnia-Herzegovina as a country."
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