Republic of Macedonia, Albania and Serbian autonomous province of Kosovo are experiencing blackouts as a result of the 2007 European heatwave that spreads over the Balkans. It also causes bushfires everywhere in the region between Croatia, Hungary, Serbia and Greece.
International Herald Tribune
MIA-Macedonian Informative Agency
Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Republic of Macedonia, and Kosovo sign the Central European Free Trade Agreement extending the free trade zone to southeastern Europe. 2006-12-20 (Context: Albania, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonian, Serbia)
Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia shut their borders to so-called economic migrants, those not coming from war-torn countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, or Iraq, leaving thousands stranded at Balkan border crossings. Around 500 migrants from Iran, Morocco, and Algeria gather on the border between Greece and Macedonia to protest the closure. 2015-11-20 (Context: Croatia, Macedonian, Serbia)
Hungary's parliament passes a law allowing the Hungarian military to help handle the migrant crisis at its borders with Serbia and Croatia, including the right to use non-lethal force such as rubber bullets, pyrotechnical devices, tear gas grenades or net guns. 2015-09-21 (Context: Croatia, Hungary, Serbia)
Dozens of migrants reach the border of Serbia and Croatia which has become the new route for migrants denied entry to Hungary. 2015-09-16 (Context: Croatia, Hungary, Serbia)
Radio Television of Kosovo wants to participate as soon as possible in the Eurovision Song Contest and therefore aims to join the European Broadcasting Union. Some EBU members such as Serbia, Russia and Greece may object, as they don't recognise the new Republic of Kosovo. 2008-04-20 (Context: Greek, Kosovo, Serbia)
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