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Central and Eastern Europe Tracker 13.12.12

Bosnia The Guardian: Srebrenica general convicted of genocide . ‘A UN war crimes court convicted a former senior Bosnian Serb army commander on Wednesday of genocide for playing a key role in Europe’s worst massacre since the second world war and sentenced him to life imprisonment, delivering another measure of justice to survivors still hunting for the remains of [...]

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Central and Eastern Europe Tracker 05.12.12

Greece: Reuters: Bomb explodes at offices of Greek far-right party, no injuries. ‘A makeshift bomb exploded at the offices of the far-right political party Golden Dawn near Athens early on Tuesday, ripping through a wall and smashing the windows of a nearby building but causing no injuries, police said.’ Hungary: Politics.hu: Democratic Coalition moves to [...]

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Central and Eastern Europe Tracker 30.11.12

Croatia The Economist: Old wounds, new grievances. ‘Relations between Croatia and Serbia started to cool when Tomislav Nikolić, a former extreme nationalist, became president of Serbia last May and cooled further when Ivica Dačić, the former spokesman of Slobodan Milosević, the wartime of leader of Serbia, became prime minister last July.  During the Yugoslav wars Mr [...]

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Central and Eastern Europe Tracker 15.11.12

Bulgaria: Focus: MEP Vigenin does favor to Bulgarophobic policy in Macedonia, says Ataka leader. ‘According to him the Bulgarian MEP’s statements make it clear that he wants Bulgaria to support Macedonia’s EU bid without setting a condition for Macedonia to stop its anti-Bulgaria policy.’ Greece: WBUR: Far-Right Greek Party Rides Wave Of Economic Anger. ‘When [...]

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Central and Eastern Europe Tracker 02.10.12

Bulgaria: Novinite: Bulgarian far-right party demands moratorium on new mosques. ‘Bulgarian xenophobic party Ataka (Attack) wants the Parliament to pass a moratorium on the construction of mosques in the country. In a statement sent to the media, the marginal ultra-nationalist formation has reminded that Bulgaria has the highest number of mosques per capita in Europe. “Let us [...]

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