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Biden: World leaders call me to interpret Trump.

Former Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday 14 world leaders have sought him out for insight into President Trump. One European prime minister, describing Trump pushing the president of Montenegro out of his way at a NATO summit, compared him to Il Duce,' a moniker for the 20th-century Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, ...

- Yahoo! News - US

Church Offer to Guarantee Coup Suspects Divides Montenegro.

An offer by the Serbian Orthodox Church to accommodate Serbs charged in the coup plot, if they are released from custody, has drawn a mixed reaction in Montenegro.

- Balkan Insight - UK

Northern Ireland suffer seedings blow in World Cup bid.

Northern Ireland’s quest to reach next summer’s World Cup has suffered a blow after Denmark usurped them in the Fifa rankings, meaning Michael O’Neill’s side will be unseeded in Tuesday’s play-off draw. Defeat to Germany and Norway in their final two group games, coupled with Denmark beating ...

- City AM - UK

Long-Running Coup Drama Still Has Montenegro Gripped.

A year after the alleged coup attempt, countless media reports, official statements and an ongoing trial have failed to resolve doubts about what happened on October 16 last year in Montenegro.

- Balkan Insight - UK

'We're not close to Russia only - NATO ties are excellent'.

We have excellent cooperation with NATO and we welcome that they understand our military neutrality, says Prime Minister Ana Brnabic. Brnabic told the Belgrade Security Forum that she spoke with US Vice President Mike Pence in Podgorica and told him that "we understand that countries in the region want to join NATO, just as ...

- B92 - SK

Montenegro Army to Retire Ex-Yugoslav Army Officers.

The Montenegrin defence ministry confirmed to BIRN that it plans to retire dozens of mid-career officers who once served with the Yugoslav People's Army, saying it needs to rejuvenate the troops'.

- Balkan Insight - UK

Montenegro Coup Defendant Slates 'Rigged Anti-Serbian' Trial.

A Montenegro opposition leader, Milan Knezevic, on Monday pleaded not guilty to charges of involvement in a failed coup attempt, telling the court it was a 'rigged process against the Serbs'.

- Balkan Insight - UK