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A 500-Mile March By French Cavalrymen Helped Bring an End to the First World War

War History Online 16 Aug 2022
Images of the First World War often capture the difficulties of trench warfare, with soldiers on all sides of the conflict engaging in a war of attrition, attacking when they were able to ... They were used for mounted combat, however, at certain points of the Balkans Campaign, which saw conflict in Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Greece and Bulgaria. Gen.
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China relations remain, despite Latvia withdrawal

Ekathimerini 13 Aug 2022
This is despite Beijing sanctioning some European Parliament members and punishing Lithuania economically. Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia also remain in the cooperation format. [Reuters] .
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Experience: I speak more than 50 languages

The Observer 12 Aug 2022
From a young age, I was fascinated by language. I grew up in Chester, to Merseyside-born parents, with Welsh and English heritage ... When I couldn’t respond, they ran off, leaving me sad ... Experience ... I studied Turkish and Albanian and soaked up content – including TV, music, radio, memes and jokes – from Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Bulgaria ... .
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SURVEY: The First Reporting Sexual Harassment of Female Journalists in Greek Media

Greek City Times 11 Aug 2022
Some of them had the courage to name the perpetrators ... How to take part in the survey ... FB ... TW ... IG ... It has local offices in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Romania and Serbia, while its work is known online in Greece, Bulgaria, Croatia, Moldova, Montenegro, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia ... Tags ... 0 ... .
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Montenegro Launches War Crimes Probe Against former Military Chief

Balkan Insight 09 Aug 2022
Montenegro Ministry of Defence ... Samardzic subsequently advanced in rank, eventually becoming chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Montenegro in December 2008, two years after Montenegro voted in a referendum to end almost a century of state union with Serbia.
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Kosovo crisis new NATO pressure point on Russia

Asiatimes 04 Aug 2022
Local residents in northern Kosovo are also incensed that the Kosovo government now requires – in addition to an ID card – an entry/exit permit for visitors from Serbia ... Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia are official candidate countries in various stages of accession negotiations.
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Montenegro signs long-disputed contract with Serbian Orthodox church

Reuters 03 Aug 2022
PODGORICA, Aug 3 (Reuters) - Montenegro's government signed a contract regulating its ties with the powerful Serbian Orthodox Church on Wednesday, saying it would help heal deep divisions between pro-European Union parties and backers of closer relations with Serbia and Russia.
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Montenegro Government Signs Controversial Agreement With Serbian Orthodox Church

Radio Free Europe 03 Aug 2022
Montenegro's politics have been long marked by divisions between those who identify as Montenegrins and Moscow-leaning Serbs who opposed the small Adriatic republic's independence from a former state union with Serbia and have been against its NATO membership. Montenegro separated ...
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Ukraine war: Nato and the EU can turn Kosovo border crisis into an opportunity to ...

The Conversation 03 Aug 2022
Local residents in northern Kosovo are also incensed that the Kosovo government now requires – in addition to an ID card – an entry/exit permit for visitors from Serbia ... Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia are official candidate countries in various stages of accession negotiations.
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Albania Needs ‘Functioning Market Economy’ Before Joining EU, Expert Warns

Balkan Insight 03 Aug 2022
... Albania and North Macedonia, will face additional challenges compared with the process that started ten years ago with Serbia and Montenegro.
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Why a deal between North Macedonia and Bulgaria stores up trouble

Economist 03 Aug 2022
After the Ottomans were expelled from the region in 1912, the territory now known as North Macedonia was conquered by Serbia ... In May the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts laid out a list of concessions that it wants the government to require of Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina if they are to join the bloc ... It now risks entrenching them.
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Two Abdulhamids, one drillship

Ekathimerini 03 Aug 2022
Abdulhamid I had a soft spot for calligraphy and a keen interest in history. His temper was remarkably mild, in a way that was incompatible with the environment ... Under the treaty ... The peace settlement established the autonomous self-governing Principality of Bulgaria, it recognized the independence of Serbia, Montenegro and Romania ... .
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Spain fully backs Western Balkan integration into EU

Federal News Radio 01 Aug 2022
The stop in Albania was the last leg of Sanchez’s Western Balkan trip that earlier took him to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia ... The stop in Albania was the last leg of Sanchez’s Western Balkan trip that earlier took him to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia.
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Kosovo-Serbia tensions flare; NATO peacekeepers track border protests

The Keene Sentinel 01 Aug 2022
Serbia, a traditional Russian ally, has rejected calls from the E.U ... The Western military alliance launched a bombing campaign in 1999 that hit targets across what was then the combined Serbia and Montenegro in a bid to halt Serbia’s onslaught against ethnic Kosovar Albanians fighting for autonomy.

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