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IWPR Balkans
16 Nov 05
Muslims who fled Yugoslavia's Sandzak region are not returning, and little else is functioning except for factories starting once again to make 'Original' Levi's 501 jeans and other bogus brand names.
IWPR Balkans
10 Nov 05
Belgrade journalist Milovan Brkic alleges that Milosevic's secret police handpicked a team of defence lawyers to defend Serbs appearing before the Hague Tribunal but ordered them to bury evidence linking the regime to the crimes - even if that meant drivi
IWPR Balkans
10 Nov 05
Amid charges of coup attempts and Belgrade's cold shouldering of Podgorica's effort to renegotiate its federative relationship with Serbia, Montenegro slips closer to outright confrontation.
IWPR Balkans
10 Nov 05
A small town on Montenegro's border with Kosovo has become a paradise for smugglers and a blessing for the Kosovo Albanians desperate to buy back the passports and cars they lost in the spring. Meanwhile, there is a roaring trade in construction materials
IWPR Balkans
10 Nov 05
Kosovo is not ready for elections: To hold them now, in the present political and social environment risks more instability, not less.
IWPR Balkans
6 Sep 05
Growing numbers of teenagers fall victim to drug addiction, as authorities struggle to counter the scourge.
IWPR Balkans
6 Sep 05
Massive investment by a German publisher is revolutionising media in the Balkans, but opinion is divided over the merits of the transformation.
IWPR Balkans
6 Sep 05
Testimony collected by IWPR suggests suspects detained in post-Djindjic police action subjected to abuse.
IWPR Balkans
6 Sep 05
Rival Serbs and Albanians may find it hard to get their way with Kosovo's new UN chief.
IWPR Balkans
6 Sep 05
Fikret Abdic's bid for the Bosnian presidency has turned the spotlight on his bitterly divided and economically shattered former fiefdom.

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