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Balkans grapple with exploding youth crime
Balkans grapple with exploding youth crime
Following a decade of wars and ensuing social and economic decline, Balkan countries find themselves ill-equipped to handle growing juvenile crime...
Saakashvili leads vote, opposition cries foul
Saakashvili leads vote, opposition cries foul
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili declared victory on Thursday in a parliamentary election that the opposition said was rigged in his favour...
Russia accuses Europe vote watchdog of 'sabotage'
Russia accuses Europe vote watchdog of 'sabotage'
Russia accused Europe's main election watchdog of trying to sabotage plans for monitoring its presidential election next month, the latest round of...
Uzbek president returned in election 'farce'
Uzbek president returned in election 'farce'
Uzbekistan's autocratic ruler Islam Karimov on Sunday tightened his grip on power, when he was re-elected president in an election condemned by...
Kyrgyz leader's party wins election by landslide
Kyrgyz leader's party wins election by landslide
A party controlled by Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev won a huge majority in a snap parliamentary election, early official results showed on...
Observers say Russia's poll 'not fair'
Observers say Russia's poll 'not fair'
International observers declared on Monday that Russia's parliamentary elections failed to meet widely accepted democratic standards, saying...
Putin accuses US of meddling in Russia vote
Putin accuses US of meddling in Russia vote
President Vladimir Putin accused Washington on Monday of plotting to undermine December parliamentary elections seen widely as a demonstration of...
Election observer attacks Russian poll rules
Election observer attacks Russian poll rules
A senior member of Europe's main human rights body launched an outspoken attack on the Russian Federation's elections on Friday, three weeks before...
Briton faces trial over Serb massacre of 200 Croats
Briton faces trial over Serb massacre of 200 Croats
A British citizen was charged on Thursday with war crimes in the Balkans 16 years ago and faces trial in Belgrade for allegedly taking part in the...
Nato closes roads between Serbia and Kosovo
Nato closes roads between Serbia and Kosovo
Nato peacekeepers closed off roads between Serbia and northern Kosovo and armed United Nations police officers guarded smouldering border checkpoints on Wednesday as thousands of Serbs protested against Kosovo's independence....

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