Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin reacted to allegations of Russian influence in Serbia, interpreted as Belgrade being a “danger for the Balkans.”
While a group of girls are preparing the launch of the first Kyrgyz satellite in Bishkek, Croatian artists design a card game to pay tribute to female trailblazers.
Ukraine’s elites may feel that keeping Trump happy outweighs the karma points for crushing his former aide.
High court orders a referendum on government-backed railway project to be re-run.
Lithuania also engrossed as a parliamentarian quits amid allegations of working for Russian interests.
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