Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Kosovo: impatience grows

Kosovo: impatience grows
Helsingin Sanomat - 23 minutes ago
With its plastic finger, the mannequin points at a transparent box one metre high containing maps and posters of Kosovo monasteries, as well as cartoons mocking the United Nations.

Kosovo: investments in waste management
ECIKS.org - 1 hour ago
Prishtina, 30 January 2007 - Four prestigious German and Swiss companies have expressed interest in building a company that recycles waste and turns it into energy in Kosovo. However, UNMIK ist delaying the decision to allow this investment.

Mojsiu calls UN to declare independence of Kosovo
Makfax - 17 minutes ago
"The wars that broke out in the wake of Yugoslavia's disintegration and the time Kosovo has spent under UN Administration confirms that the status should reflect the wish of the majority of Kosovo's population as well as the international community's ...

About that coal in Kosovo
Fistful of Euros - 3 hours ago
I say “over twenty years” because even back in the 1980s, the Kosovo coal fields were the ugly stepsister of Yugoslav energy.

Reuters AlertNet
Helping regardless of national affiliation in Kosovo
Reuters AlertNet - 6 hours ago
January 2007 saw the launch of two family strengthening programmes in Kosovo, located in the vicinity of SOS Children's Village Pristina.

RTK: Albania and Bulgaria Support Marti Ahtisaari’s
Focus News - 2 hours ago
Albania and Bulgaria confirmed their support for the plan of Marti Ahtisaari for the statute of Kosovo, RTK reports. The Prime Ministers of the two countries - Sali Berisa and Sergey Stanishev �-aid yesterday in Tirana that they support the decision ...

MRT online
Bulgaria Signs Deal for Danube Bridge
Houston Chronicle - 4 hours ago
SOFIA, Bulgaria - Bulgaria signed a euro100 million (about US$130 million) deal on Tuesday for a new bridge across the River Danube with Spanish construction company Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas SA.

Olive tree leaves spark frenzy in Greece, one dead
Khaleej Times - 12 minutes ago
Supermarkets on the oil-producing island of Crete and in Athens started stocking the leaves that, in some cases, cost more than the oil itself, which is renowned for its health benefits and known as liquid gold in Greece.

Ochrid Agreement is Macedonia’s Entrance Ticket for the EU: Jan ...
Focus News - 2 hours ago
‘The Ochrid agreement is the entrance ticked of Macedonia for the European Union. Ignoring and disregarding it could jeopardize the country’s membership in EU’, Jan Marinus Wiersma, Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary faction of PES in the European ...

Rupel says Mladic's arrest is not prerequisite for EU-Serbia talks
Makfax - 43 minutes ago
European Union will not set Ratko Mladic's arrest as a precondition for resumption of stabilization and association negotiations with Serbia, Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel said. In an interview with weekly newspaper European Voice, ...

Deputy Charges Slovenia Police Over Gypsy
Romano Vod'i - 5 hours ago
Slovenia's ombudsman is charging police for unauthorized surveillance of reporters and a relocated Gypsy family, media said Wednesday.

Boston Globe
Hrant Dink: Turkey remembers
Café Babel - 5 hours ago
«‘Hrant was the perfect target for those who want to hinder the democratisation of Turkey and its entry into the European Union’, declared a reporter for Agos, the bilingual Turkish-Armenian weekly of which Hrant Dink was co-founder and editor in chief ...

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