Thousands of European diaspora Turks traveled to Sarajevo to hear Turkish president speak on Sunday, but his message was aimed at his electorate back home ahead of June 24 elections
Michael Colborne is a Canadian journalist based in Prague who covers all things central and eastern Europe. He tweets at @ColborneMichael.
Pro-government magazine publishes list of 200 people it claims are part of Soros-funded ‘plot’ to bring down Hungarian government
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Efforts are ramping up to ban the 16th annual march celebrating a pro-Nazi general killed by the Communists, but the courts keep telling Sofia’s mayor she has no right to intervene
Two allies involved in war of words after Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman says Red Army saved 50,000 Bulgarian Jews from Nazi death camps, which Bulgarian president calls 'deep ignorance of history'
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Far-right Slovakian firebrand Marian Kotleba is anything but down and out, as even local Jews admit. Will another win in the regional vote in November position him for bigger things?