2018年2月7日 星期三

Balkan Insight Daily Newsletter - Wednesday, 7 February 2018

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Wednesday, 7 February 2018 

Bosnia's National Anthem Remains Lost for Words

MPs have little faith that their country's national anthem will get lyrics any time soon, despite the launch of a fresh initiative on the subject.
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Romanian MPs to Debate Chemical Castration Legislation

The Romanian parliament is set to debate a new bill on 'chemical castration' for sex offenders after a police officer was prosecuted for several assaults on minors. 
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EU's New Balkans Enlargement Strategy Demands Reforms

The European Commission's new enlargement strategy offers support for Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia - but insists they must step up reforms and fully embrace EU values if they hope to join.
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Moldova, Romania Boost Military Cooperation with Joint Battalion

Moldova and Romania will form a joint military battalion for emergency situations - a move likely to anger Russia, which has troops stationed in Moldova's breakaway region of Transnistria.
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Kosovo Buzzes as New Country Code Hits Messaging App

People in Kosovo reacted enthusiastically as instant messaging and internet call service Viber became the first telecommunications application to use Kosovo's own international dialling code.
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Ivanovic's Party Criticises Kosovo Police Over Murder Probe

The party led by murdered Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic claimed that Kosovo police have "obviously no will" to find the killers because no information about the investigation has been revealed.
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