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Southeast European Times was a United States European Command-sponsored news website dedicated to coverage of Southeast Europe that ended publication in March 2015. The countries covered included Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Turkey

The primary address of the website was setimes.com, though it was also available under the addresses: balkan-info.com and balkantimes.com. It started online as Balkan-Info in October 1999,[1] as Balkan Times in May 2001 [2] and finally as SETimes in October 2002.[3]

The content of the website was available in ten languages: Albanian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, English, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbian, Russian and Turkish.

Some of the material has been released as bilingual corpora for natural language processing purposes (http://nlp.ffzg.hr/resources/corpora/setimes/).


  1. ^ "Alexa:Balkan Info".
  2. ^ "Alexa:Balkan Times".
  3. ^ "Alexa:SETimes".

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