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Balkan

of, denoting, or relating to the Balkan States or their inhabitants, the Balkan Peninsula, or the Balkan Mountains
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Since the Balkan conflicts seemed to find their dark hearts in the violent turning of neighbor against neighbor, Althamer's work also served as a metaphor for the larger ambitions of this exhibition, which was memorable for its insistence on art's potential to instill broader notions of humanity in place of the perennial search for the latest fads and stylistic wrinkles.
The Prime Minister went on to tell the summit: 'The very word Balkan has, for centuries, tragically been synonymous with destruction and racial conflict.
Thus we request that another article be written to provide a thorough analysis of the health situation of the Balkan countries, perhaps by a local expert.
Misha Glenny, a British journalist who covered the disintegration of Yugoslavia for the BBC, is regarded as one of the most astute observers of the Balkan scene.
Descendants of some of those Egyptian migrants are still there, distributed across the states of the Balkan Peninsula.
The Pilipinas Beton team came from behind to pick up a thrilling 94-89 over Qavana Balkan in the Inter Nations Division of the Ooredoo Basketball Cup PIBAQ 25th Conference.
Arineta Mula became the sweetheart of the small Balkans country after she climbed Mount Blanc, Matterhorn and lastly Mount Everest, and now she quit her regular job to start taking tours with the top adventure tourism company Balkan Natural Adventure.
After being part of the first Kosovo team to climb Mount Everest Arineta Mula has joined local tour operator to become one of the first women mountain guides to cross three countries in the epic hike of about 100 miles called Peaks of the Balkans.
During the press conference, together with his colleagues Anna Burnabich, Dusko Markovic, Edi Rama, Zoran Zaev, Ramush Haradinaj, and Bosnia and Herzegovina's chairman Dennis Zvzdic, Borisov announced that Balkan leaders could participate together in the building of nuclear power in our country.
In recent years, the Western Balkan countries have made strides in reforming public finances and rekindling economic growth, but citizens may not yet feel the benefits of this progress," said Linda Van Gelder, World Bank Director for the Western Balkans.
The Balkan region may not be too well known for its cuisine, cocktails or wines, but an Arlington, VA, bar aims to change that.
And now, here is yet another plan to make the Balkan states even more fragmented and powerless, again in order to 'solve national issues'.