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  • Hungary approves detention for all asylum seekers
    March 7, 2017, by VOANews

    Hungary’s parliament has approved a new law calling for all asylum seekers to be detained in camps along the country’s southern border while their applications are being processed. Under the […]

  • Reactions to the ECJ decision on asylum law in EU
    March 7, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    Uproar has greeted the European Court of Justice’s decision on asylum law in Europe. Last year, more than 5,000 people drowned in the Mediterranean en route to Europe. The decision […]

  • Greek government talks with creditors reach impasse yet again
    March 6, 2017, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Very little progress was made in the meetings held over the weekend between Greek government ministers and the “quartet” of the country’s international creditors. Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, Alternate Finance […]

  • Protests, violent incidents and journalists beaten in Skopje
    March 1, 2017, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    A beaten group of journalists and violent clashes between Slav-Macedonian young people and Albanians was the outcome of last night’s incidents in Skopje, following the demonstration organized by civil movement […]

  • The dispute between Poland and the EU continues
    March 1, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    There is no end in sight to the ongoing dispute between the European Commission and the Polish government over the rule of law. “The mood is very heated,” said an […]

  • North-south gas interconnection moves closer
    March 1, 2017, by The Slovak Spectator

    Slovakia is getting closer to reducing its dependence on Russian natural gas. Two projects of the country’s gas transmission system operator Eustream are among the latest 18 projects chosen as […]