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10 Nov 05
France has dismissed Serbian claims of a French plot to kill Slobodan Milosevic. They may find it harder to explain their links with some of the alleged assassins arrested this week. For there is really is a French connection.
10 Nov 05
The arrest of five mercenaries allegedly hired by France to kill Slobodan Milosevic has triggered a flood of bizarre allegations intended to shift the blame for Belgrade's misdeeds onto the backs of the alleged 'assassins'.
9 Nov 05
Legal experts say arbitrary sentencing practices could undermine tribunal’s credibility.
25 Oct 05
After investigating fraud claims for 10 days, election officials announce nearly 80 per cent of voters supported the document.
17 Oct 05
Mixed outcome emerges in Sunni Arab areas, with some saying a resounding “no” to the constitution, but many others a qualified “yes”.
30 Sep 05
Long-awaited abolition of conscript army designed to bring Bucharest into line with its new NATO partners.
16 Sep 05
Striking farmers have built a tent village outside Sarajevo in protest against the regional free trade deals that they say are ruining them.
6 Sep 05
Serbian doomsayers ignore positive developments across the region.
6 Sep 05
Economists and opposition deputies are unconvinced by prime minister's choice of ministers to lead the country out of poverty.
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