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B. 2017-06-15 Serbia to have first gay prime minister Serbia
C. 2017-06-11 Kosovo's Ramush Haradinaj, ex-KLA commander, set for election win Kosovo
D. 2017-04-27 Macedonia parliament stormed by protesters in Skopje
2016-05-23 Greece begins moving migrants from Idomeni camp Idomeni, Greece
F. 2016-05-07 Bosnia's 16-Century Ferhad Pasha mosque re-opens Ferhad Pasha, Banja Luka, Bosnia
G. 2016-04-24 Serbia election: Pro-EU Prime Minister Vucic claims victory Serbia
7. 2016-03-09 Migrant crisis: Macedonia shuts Balkans route Macedonia
8. 2016-03-08 Migrant crisis: Slovenia moves to 'shut down' Balkans route Slovenia

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year 2017 Top ^

Jun.15  Serbia to have first gay prime minister
Jun.11  Kosovo's Ramush Haradinaj, ex-KLA commander, set for election win
Apr.27  Macedonia parliament stormed by protesters in Skopje


year 2016 Top ^

May.23
May.7  Bosnia's 16-Century Ferhad Pasha mosque re-opens
Apr.24  Serbia election: Pro-EU Prime Minister Vucic claims victory
Mar.9  Migrant crisis: Macedonia shuts Balkans route
Mar.8
Jan.9  Kosovo opposition protests turn violent in Pristina


year 2015 Top ^

Nov.23  Migrants spend night stuck on Macedonia border
Nov.8  Croatia election: Opposition conservatives ahead
Oct.28
Oct.19
Oct.18  Migrant crisis: Tensions rise in Balkans as numbers grow
Oct.17
  Thousands of migrants are crossing into Slovenia from Croatia after Hungary closed its border to them. 2,700 arrived in Slovenia on Saturday
Migrant crisis: Slovenia army to help police Oct.16  Hungary closes border with Croatia Sep.19  Croatia 'forcing' Hungary to take migrants Sep.18  Migrant crisis: Neighbours squabble after Croatia U-turn Sep.17     Croatia closes border crossings with Serbia   Croatia has closed seven of its eight road border crossings with Serbia following a huge influx of migrants  Croatian PM says country cannot stop migrants Sep.16 Migrant crisis: Clashes at Hungary-Serbia border Sep.12   Record 4,000 go from Serbia to Hungary   The number of migrants entering Hungary from Serbia hit a new record amid tension in eastern Europe over how to deal with the crisis Aug.22   Macedonia migrants break through at Greek border   Thousands of migrants have broken through police lines into Macedonia at the country's border with Greece Jul.11 Srebrenica anniversary: Crowds chase Serb PM away Map of Srebrenica Bosnia  Bosnia: Aleksandar Vucic has been chased away by stone-throwing protesters from a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the massacre Jan.11 Croatia elects first woman president

year 2014 Top ^

Jun.28 Bosnia marks centenary of WWI spark


year 2013 Top ^

Jun.30     Croatia becomes 28th member of European Union  A major milestone some 20 years after the small country won independence in a bloody civil war that shook the continent Apr.19   Serbia and Kosovo in landmark accord
  Serbia and its former province of Kosovo have reached an EU-brokered accord aimed at normalising relations between the Balkan neighbours

year 2012 Top ^

May.20 Nationalist Nikolic in Serbia win
Jan.22 Croatia voters back EU membership

year 2011 Top ^

Jun.5  Pope celebrates Mass in Croatia May.29     Nationalists protest Mladic arrest   Belgrade: Clashes between police and protesters broke out after an ultranationalists demonstrated against the arrest of Ratko Mladic

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.15 Kosovo PM named in organ theft report
Dec.11  Kosovo holds historic election Oct.10 Anti-gay riot erupts in Belgrade Oct.3  Bosnia votes brings uncertainty Jul.22  Court rules Kosovo independence legal Mar.30   MPs apology for Srebrenica massacre  Serbia: Serbia's parliament has passed a landmark resolution offering an apology for the massacre in 1995 - the worst incident of the Bosnian War

year 2009 Top ^

Mar.20  Renault jobs row rocks EU summit

year 2008 Top ^

Jul.22 Karadzic 'will fight extradition'
. Serbia Fugitive Karadzic 'wrote magazine column'. Belgrade Jun.14   UN hands over to Kosovo Albanians  A new constitution has come into force after the territory declared independence from Serbia in February. It's unclear who will oversee Serb... Jun.1 Prime minister declares victory. Macedonia May.11   Pro-West president declares win  Serbia: Boris Tadic Declared victory in parliamentary elections, a upset over ultranationalists who tried to exploit anger over Kosovo's independence Mar.17  Kosovo clashes force UN pullout Mar.13  Serbia set for vote on Kosovo split Mar.8  Prime Minister dissolves government Feb.21  Storm over Serbia embassy attacks   US embassy in Belgrade attacked Map of Belgrade Serbia  Several hundred protesters have attacked the US and other embassies in Belgrade in anger at Western support for Kosovo's independence  Serbs gather for Kosovo protest Feb.19  Fire attacks protest Kosovo breakaway Feb.18  Serbia recalls ambassador from US  U.S. recognizes independent Kosovo Feb.17   Kosovo declares independence
  Kosovo has formally declared its independence from Serbia in a move opposed by Serbia and Russia but backed by many western governments
 Lawmakers in the legislature of the former province approved the declaration of independence at an extraordinary session. It was read out in Albanian, Serbian and English by prime minister Thaci before the approval of state symbols including new national flag and anthem
Feb.16  Celebrations ahead of a independence Feb.15 Green light for EU Kosovo mission
. European Union Feb.14  Serbia: Kosovo breakaway 'illegal'  Putin scorns move to back Kosovo Feb.3   Pro-Western Tadic wins new term   Serbia: Incumbent Boris Tadic narrowly won a second term as president after a runoff with ultranationalist rival Tomislav Nikolic Feb.2  Voters choosing president Jan.20  Nikolic heads for poll win

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.9  Time up for Kosovo status talks Nov.17   Ex-Kosovo fighter Thaci claims victory   Former guerrilla leader Hashim Thaci has claimed victory in parliamentary election, though official results are yet to be confirmed Feb.26 Serbia guilty of failing to prevent genocide
. UN Tribunal Feb.1  Kosovo 'should split from Serbia' Jan.21 Radicals shock winners. Serbia

year 2006 Top ^

Sep.10  PM claims poll victory May.23  Serbia accepts Montenegro result May.21   Montenegro quits Serbia
  Voters in Montenegro decided narrowly to sever the union with Serbia: 55.5% of the more than 410,000 voters.    The move would break up the last 2pieces of the former Yugoslavia. 55% required for the question to pass. Opposition spokesman is saying supporters fell short of the req...
 Montenegro votes on Belgrade links May.3  EU halts Serbia talks over Mladic Mar.18     Milosevic buried in his home town  Serbia: Ex-Yugoslav leader has been buried a week after dying at The Hague while on trial for war crimes  Milosevic body arrives in hometown Mar.17  Serbia prepares to bury Milosevic  Tribunal: Milosevic not poisoned Mar.15 Milosevic body returns to Belgrade
Mar.14  Milosevic to have Serbia burial Mar.13  Milosevic' son: Serbs 'blocking burial'  Serbia to allow Milosevic funeral  Milosevic 'took the wrong drugs'  Lawyer: Milosevic did not alter medication Mar.12 Milosevic autopsy points to heart attack. UN Tribunal  Milosevic feared poisoning - aide Mar.11  U.N. to probe Milosevic's death Jan.21   President Rugova dies at 61  Kosovo: The literary scholar turned politician was the symbol of the fight for Kosovar self-rule. He was 61

year 2005 Top ^

Jul.11 50,000 mourn Srebrenica dead
. Bosnia Mar.8  Premier indicted, resigns Jan.16  Mesic takes victory

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.23  Dismay as Serbs shun Kosovo poll Feb.26 President Trajkovski killed in plane crash
. Macedonia

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.28 Milosevic, nationalists make gains
. Serbia Dec.27  Polls open in crunch Serbia vote Oct.19 Ex-leader Izetbegovic Dies at 78. Bosnia Jun.13  War crimes arrest sparks clashes Mar.16  Zivkovic nominated as Serb PM Mar.15  Serbia bids farewell to Djindjic Feb.4     Yugoslavia officially abolished  Serbia: Lawmakers are replacing Yugoslavia with a loose union of its remaining two republics, Serbia and Montenegro

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.8  Serbian poll invalid again Oct.13  Voter apathy wrecks Serbian poll Sep.29  Kostunica leads Serbia poll Sep.15  Prime Minister concedes defeat Jul.5  PM quits in tactical move

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.17  Moderate wins vote Sep.6  Parliament backs peace plan Aug.5  Agreement on Macedonia police Jul.24  Mobs attack embassies Jul.11  Srebrenica massacre 6th anniversary Jun.29  $1 Billion aid agreed Jun.16 Bush meets Putin
. Slovenia May.20  Ruling coalition set to win vote May.8  Unity deal hits snag Apr.22  Pro-independence winning Jan.10  Plavsic indicted

year 2000 Top ^

Dec.23 Voters Deal Blow to Milosevic
. Serbia Oct.7   Kostunica sworn in as president  Serbia: Coalition of 18 opposition parties and groups calling itself the DOS, rallied around a constitutional scholar Oct.5     Nationwide uprising overthrows Milosevic
  Serbia: Socialist Party, with its monopoly on political clout, agreed to share power with the two opposition parties
Sep.26     Opposition claims victory. Milosevic denies  Serbia: Opposition leaders have given the government a deadline to release results or they will declare Kostunica the winner
before year 2000
Jun. 28, 1914   Archduke Francis Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo Map of Sarajevo Bosnia
  Bosnia: Heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. His assassination in Sarajevo precipitated Austria-Hungary's declaration of war against Serbia



Croatia elects first woman president Nationalist Nikolic in Serbia win Croatia voters back EU membership Prime minister declares victory. Macedonia Pro-West president declares win  Serbia: Boris Tadic Declared victory in parliamentary elections, a upset over ultranationalists who tried to exploit anger over Kosovo's independence Pro-Western Tadic wins new term   Serbia: Incumbent Boris Tadic narrowly won a second term as president after a runoff with ultranationalist rival Tomislav Nikolic Ex-Kosovo fighter Thaci claims victory   Former guerrilla leader Hashim Thaci has claimed victory in parliamentary election, though official results are yet to be confirmed Radicals shock winners. Serbia Montenegro quits Serbia




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2001
Jun.29  $1 Billion aid agreed




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2017
Jun.11  Kosovo's Ramush Haradinaj, ex-KLA commander, set for election win
2016
Apr.24  Serbia election: Pro-EU Prime Minister Vucic claims victory
2015
Nov.8  Croatia election: Opposition conservatives ahead
Jan.11
2012
May.20
Jan.22
2010
Dec.11  Kosovo holds historic election
Oct.3  Bosnia votes brings uncertainty
2008
Jun.1
May.11
Mar.13  Serbia set for vote on Kosovo split
Feb.3
Feb.2  Voters choosing president
Jan.20  Nikolic heads for poll win
2007
Nov.17
Jan.21
2006
Sep.10  PM claims poll victory
May.21
  Voters in Montenegro decided narrowly to sever the union with Serbia: 55.5% of the more than 410,000 voters.    The move would break up the last 2pieces of the former Yugoslavia. 55% required for the question to pass. Opposition spokesman is saying supporters fell short of the req...
May.21  Montenegro votes on Belgrade links 2005 Jan.16  Mesic takes victory 2004 Oct.23  Dismay as Serbs shun Kosovo poll 2003 Dec.28 Milosevic, nationalists make gains
. Serbia Dec.27  Polls open in crunch Serbia vote 2002 Dec.8  Serbian poll invalid again Oct.13  Voter apathy wrecks Serbian poll Sep.29  Kostunica leads Serbia poll Sep.15  Prime Minister concedes defeat 2001 Nov.17  Moderate wins vote May.20  Ruling coalition set to win vote Apr.22  Pro-independence winning 2000 Dec.23 Voters Deal Blow to Milosevic. Serbia Sep.26   Opposition claims victory. Milosevic denies  Serbia: Opposition leaders have given the government a deadline to release results or they will declare Kostunica the winner



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2015 Oct.16  Hungary closes border with Croatia



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2013 Jun.30   Croatia becomes 28th member of European Union  A major milestone some 20 years after the small country won independence in a bloody civil war that shook the continent 2008 Jun.14 UN hands over to Kosovo Albanians  A new constitution has come into force after the territory declared independence from Serbia in February. It's unclear who will oversee Serb... Feb.17 Kosovo declares independence
  Kosovo has formally declared its independence from Serbia in a move opposed by Serbia and Russia but backed by many western governments
 Lawmakers in the legislature of the former province approved the declaration of independence at an extraordinary session. It was read out in Albanian, Serbian and English by prime minister Thaci before the approval of state symbols including new national flag and anthem
2003 Feb.4   Yugoslavia officially abolished  Serbia: Lawmakers are replacing Yugoslavia with a loose union of its remaining two republics, Serbia and Montenegro 2001 May.8  Unity deal hits snag



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2016 May.7  Bosnia's 16-Century Ferhad Pasha mosque re-opens 2011 Jun.5  Pope celebrates Mass in Croatia



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2010 Jul.22  Court rules Kosovo independence legal 2007 Feb.26 Serbia guilty of failing to prevent genocide
. UN Tribunal



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2008 Jul.22 Fugitive Karadzic 'wrote magazine column'
. Belgrade



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2015 Jul.11 Srebrenica anniversary: Crowds chase Serb PM away Map of Srebrenica Bosnia  Bosnia: Aleksandar Vucic has been chased away by stone-throwing protesters from a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the massacre 2014 Jun.28 Bosnia marks centenary of WWI spark 2005 Jul.11 50,000 mourn Srebrenica dead. Bosnia 2001 Jul.11  Srebrenica massacre 6th anniversary



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2008 Feb.14  Putin scorns move to back Kosovo



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2009 Mar.20  Renault jobs row rocks EU summit



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2006 Mar.11  U.N. to probe Milosevic's death



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2016 May.23 Greece begins moving migrants from Idomeni camp
Mar.9  Migrant crisis: Macedonia shuts Balkans route Mar.8 Migrant crisis: Slovenia moves to 'shut down' Balkans route 2015 Nov.23  Migrants spend night stuck on Macedonia border Oct.28 Migrant crisis: Austria plans Slovenia border fence Oct.19 Croatia opens Serbia border Oct.18  Migrant crisis: Tensions rise in Balkans as numbers grow Oct.18 Slovenia sets limit of 2,500 people a day Oct.17   Thousands enter Slovenia after Hungary closes border Map of Petisovci Slovenia
  Thousands of migrants are crossing into Slovenia from Croatia after Hungary closed its border to them. 2,700 arrived in Slovenia on Saturday
Oct.17 Migrant crisis: Slovenia army to help police Sep.19  Croatia 'forcing' Hungary to take migrants Sep.18  Migrant crisis: Neighbours squabble after Croatia U-turn Sep.17   Croatia closes border crossings with Serbia   Croatia has closed seven of its eight road border crossings with Serbia following a huge influx of migrants Sep.17  Croatian PM says country cannot stop migrants Sep.16 Migrant crisis: Clashes at Hungary-Serbia border Sep.12   Record 4,000 go from Serbia to Hungary   The number of migrants entering Hungary from Serbia hit a new record amid tension in eastern Europe over how to deal with the crisis Aug.22   Macedonia migrants break through at Greek border   Thousands of migrants have broken through police lines into Macedonia at the country's border with Greece 2008 Jul.22 Karadzic 'will fight extradition'. Serbia



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2001 Jun.16 Bush meets Putin
. Slovenia



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2013 Apr.19 Serbia and Kosovo in landmark accord  Serbia and its former province of Kosovo have reached an EU-brokered accord aimed at normalising relations between the Balkan neighbours 2001 Aug.5  Agreement on Macedonia police



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2001 Jan.10  Plavsic indicted



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2008 Feb.21  Storm over Serbia embassy attacks Feb.18  Serbia recalls ambassador from US



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2007 Dec.9  Time up for Kosovo status talks



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1914 Jun. 28, 1914   Archduke Francis Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo
Map of Sarajevo Bosnia
  Bosnia: Heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. His assassination in Sarajevo precipitated Austria-Hungary's declaration of war against Serbia




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2010 Dec.15 Kosovo PM named in organ theft report
2006 Mar.17  Tribunal: Milosevic not poisoned Mar.13  Milosevic 'took the wrong drugs' Mar.13  Lawyer: Milosevic did not alter medication Mar.12 Milosevic autopsy points to heart attack. UN Tribunal Mar.12  Milosevic feared poisoning - aide 2005 Mar.8  Premier indicted, resigns 2003 Mar.16  Zivkovic nominated as Serb PM 2002 Jul.5  PM quits in tactical move 2000 Oct.7 Kostunica sworn in as president  Serbia: Coalition of 18 opposition parties and groups calling itself the DOS, rallied around a constitutional scholar Oct.5   Nationwide uprising overthrows Milosevic
  Serbia: Socialist Party, with its monopoly on political clout, agreed to share power with the two opposition parties




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2017 Apr.27  Macedonia parliament stormed by protesters in Skopje 2016 Jan.9  Kosovo opposition protests turn violent in Pristina 2011 May.29   Nationalists protest Mladic arrest   Belgrade: Clashes between police and protesters broke out after an ultranationalists demonstrated against the arrest of Ratko Mladic 2008 Mar.17  Kosovo clashes force UN pullout Feb.21   US embassy in Belgrade attacked Map of Belgrade Serbia  Several hundred protesters have attacked the US and other embassies in Belgrade in anger at Western support for Kosovo's independence Feb.21  Serbs gather for Kosovo protest Feb.19  Fire attacks protest Kosovo breakaway 2003 Jun.13  War crimes arrest sparks clashes 2001 Jul.24  Mobs attack embassies



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2017 Jun.15  Serbia to have first gay prime minister 2010 Oct.10 Anti-gay riot erupts in Belgrade




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2006 Mar.18   Milosevic buried in his home town  Serbia: Ex-Yugoslav leader has been buried a week after dying at The Hague while on trial for war crimes Mar.18  Milosevic body arrives in hometown Mar.17  Serbia prepares to bury Milosevic Mar.15 Milosevic body returns to Belgrade
Mar.14  Milosevic to have Serbia burial Mar.13  Serbia to allow Milosevic funeral Jan.21 President Rugova dies at 61  Kosovo: The literary scholar turned politician was the symbol of the fight for Kosovar self-rule. He was 61 2004 Feb.26 President Trajkovski killed in plane crash. Macedonia 2003 Oct.19 Ex-leader Izetbegovic Dies at 78. Bosnia Mar.15  Serbia bids farewell to Djindjic



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2010 Mar.30 MPs apology for Srebrenica massacre  Serbia: Serbia's parliament has passed a landmark resolution offering an apology for the massacre in 1995 - the worst incident of the Bosnian War 2008 Mar.8  Prime Minister dissolves government 2001 Sep.6  Parliament backs peace plan