Friday, March 02, 2007

Kosovo Talks End; Parties `Diametrically Opposed,'


Croatia's Foreign Minister Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic talks to the media following a meeting of foreign ministers of south-east European countries in Zagreb, Friday, March 2, 2007. Ministers met to discuss cooperation, but also about a U.N. plan that envisaged an internationally supervised self-rule for Kosovo. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)

Kosovo Talks End; Parties `Diametrically Opposed,' (Update1)
Bloomberg - 32 minutes ago
Kosovo has been run by the UN and protected by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization since the 1998 Serb crackdown against Albanian separatists and the 1999 NATO bombing attack.
AP Interview: NATO's commander in Kosovo urges quick decision on ... International Herald Tribune
No agreement on Kosovo's future

Kosovo Radicals Draw a Blank in Macedonia
BIRN - 4 hours ago
Macedonian Albanians gave a cool response to the announcement of Kosovo’s radical Vetevendosje (Self-determination) movement that it intends to open branch offices in neighbouring Macedonia.

Albania to establish an energy park near a coastal city
MRT online - 7 hours ago
Albanian authorities approved on Thursday a feasible study to build natural gas terminals and relevant infrastructure in the coastal areas near Fieri District in southwest Albania. Three companies, Swiss EGL, Dutch-based Trans European Energy and ...
Croatia Withdraws Law-Suit Against Serbia - 3 hours ago
-We have been discussing Croatia dropping charges for over a year now, and I proposed the withdrawal to BH as well, but BH did not accept- said Stojanovic.
Tadic: We Will Condemn Srebrenica Crime
Bulgaria Survives No-confidence Vote
Guardian Unlimited - 4 hours ago
SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) - Bulgaria's Socialist-led government survived a no-confidence vote Friday on a motion filed by the opposition, claiming that the government was unable to cope with a health care crisis.

US: Macedonia's borders porous for drug trafficking
Makfax - 2 hours ago
Macedonia's porous borders and the influence of regional narcotics trafficking groups suggest the country will continue to provide an important route for the transit of illegal drugs, which is likely to boost drug use domestically.

Donald Trump to invest in hotel market in Montenegro
CatererSearch - 1 hour ago
American billionaire Donald Trump intends to invest in the hotel business in the coastal area of Montenegro. Tabloid 24 Sata has reported that local authorities have already received a letter of intent from Trump.

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