Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Kosovo welcomes the future

An ethnic Albanian worker puts up a billboard in Pristina reading in Albanian

An ethnic Albanian worker puts up a billboard in Pristina reading in Albanian "12:45 Kosovo welcomes the future" on Tuesday, Jan.

"Secret" U.N. Kosovo plan surfaces ahead of schedule Open this result in new window

Reuters via Yahoo! News - 1 hour, 44 minutes ago

The Kosovo daily Lajm left four pages of its morning edition blank on Wednesday, saying it was told not to publish the text of a confidential United Nations plan for Serbia's breakaway province.

Serbian PM threatens EU, NATO over Kosovo Open this result in new window

UPI - 2 hours, 1 minute ago

BELGRADE, Serbia, Jan. 31 (UPI) -- Serbia's outgoing prime minister is threatening to sever ties with countries that would recognize independence of the mainly ethnic-Albanian Kosovo


AKI - 33 minutes ago
(AKI) - The status of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, has become a key issue in the inter-party negotiations that are underway over the formation of new government after the 21 January general election in which no party won an absolute majority of ...

Kosovo: Facilitating sustainable return
ReliefWeb (press release) - 51 minutes ago
PRISTINA - More than 16100 displaced persons of ethnic minority communities have gradually returned since 1999 to villages and towns within Kosovo, either spontaneously or facilitated by UNMIK, UNHCR and other international and local institutions.
Serbian PM Threatens EU, NATO Over Kosovo - 9 minutes ago
Kostunica's party said a new coalition government should declare null and void a decision by any state or international organization, which recognizes the province of Kosovo independent of Belgrade. The recognition of Kosovo's independence by any NATO ...

Kosovo awaits Ahtisaari
B92 - 7 hours ago
KFOR Commander Roland Kather and Kosovo Prime Minister Agim Ceku appealed to the heads of Kosovo municipalities to communicate to their citizens the necessity of preserving peace in Kosovo, and to advise them to refrain from any form of violence as ...

Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania Ink Convention on Trans-Balkan Oil ...
Sofia News Agency - 6 hours ago
This is the beginning of the project's realization for the construction of an oil pipeline from Bulgaria's seaside city Burgas and Albania's city Vlora. The pipeline will transport the Caspian oil to West Europe and the US.

Croatia, Montenegro seek to boost ties
Southeast European Times - 1 hour ago
"Though Croatia successfully defended its territory, it is also well known that a great majority of Montenegrins criticised the aggression of Montenegrin soldiers in Croatia in the 1990s," he said. "Moreover, the Croatian government is fully prepared ...

Greece, Italy Sign Gas Pipeline Deal
Forbes - 11 minutes ago
The completed project would connect with a Turkish-Greek pipeline now being built between Karacabey, Turkey and Komotini in Greece, which should be operational by June 2007, Sioufas said. Officials hope the completed Turkey-Greece-Italy link - the ...

Brussels Leaves Macedonia In The Dark On EU Entry Talks
Mediafax - 49 minutes ago
The European Commission says it is too early to set a start date for Macedonia''s EU entry talks, despite Slovenia dropping hints that its EU presidency - in the first half of 2008 - could see Skopje get a firm timetable for negotiations, ...

Del Ponte urges EU to stick to tough conditions over Serbia talks
International Herald Tribune - 3 hours ago
BRUSSELS, Belgium: The chief prosecutor of the UN war crimes tribunal, Carla Del Ponte, said Wednesday she was worried the European Union might resume talks on a pre-membership agreement with Serbia before a fugitive leader from the Bosnian war is ...

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Turkey charges seventh man over Dink murder
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey charged a seventh man over the murder of Turkish-Armenian editor Hrant Dink on Wednesday, a court official said.

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