Thursday, April 12, 2007

UN mission hits another low approval rate in Kosovo, survey shows

UN mission hits another low approval rate in Kosovo, survey shows International Herald Tribune
UN's Kosovo rating at fresh low as it readies exit Reuters

Kosovo and EU intertwined”
B92 - 34 minutes ago
Joseph Fischer said in an op-ed published in Turkish daily Zaman that “Kosovo’s fate was intertwined with the EU’s own, and if the EU was divided on an issue of the Serb province, its credibility as a foreign policy actor on matters beyond its borders ...

Kosovo: The Politics of Identity and Space
Transitions Online - 2 hours ago
Throughout the 1990s, pictures of Albanian youngsters studying in makeshift classrooms became a symbol of Serbian state repression in Kosovo. The establishment of so-called parallel education in private houses and businesses in Kosovo became part of ...

CBC Prince Edward Island
Child heading home to Kosovo for burial
CBC Prince Edward Island - 16 minutes ago
A four-year-old boy and recent immigrant who died last week on PEI is on his way home to Kosovo to be buried following an appeal for donations to make the trip possible.
Kosovo: plan for airport concession completed - 46 minutes ago
Prishtina, 11 April 2007 - After receiving the plan for the concession project prepared by BearingPoint, a USAID contractor, the Government of Kosovo has begun preparation for this process. David G. Bilcliffe from the contracted company is already ...
Kosovo: Steering Committe for Prishtina Airport
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German ambassador's comments on Kosovo upset Serbian officials
International Herald Tribune - 4 hours ago
However, "insisting on Kosovo as part of Serbia could destabilize Serbia," he said during a mostly academic debate hosted by a nongovernment organization, warning that it could open up debate on other territorial issues.

EU commissioner: Croatia must tackle corruption before joining bloc
International Herald Tribune - 2 hours ago
The EU commissioner for justice, freedom and security told Prime Minister Ivo Sanader on Thursday, however, that Croatia needed to do more to implement reforms launched recently by the government.

Bulgaria: Do Not Extradite Turkmen Dissident
YubaNet - 1 hour ago
"It's shocking that Bulgaria is seriously considering extraditing Khajiev to Turkmenistan," said Holly Cartner, Europe and Central Asia director at Human Rights Watch.

By the end of 2007 we will know whether Macedonia will receive ...
Focus News - 1 hour ago
“We expect that by the end of 2007 we will know whether Macedonia will receive a NATO members invitation,” general lieutenant-colonel Miroslav Stojanovski, Chief of General Staff of the Macedonian Army, said in an interview for Focus Agency.
Macedonia’s Army Staff Chief to visit Bulgaria Focus News
Bulgarian officer to head NATO’s headquarters in Skopje as of December Focus News
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BBC News
Beckham car 'may be in Macedonia'
BBC News - 3 hours ago
The car, valued at £75000 ($145000), became property of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia after judicial procedures concluded it had been illegally imported into the country and no owner had claimed it.

Montenegro to pay for war damages?
B92 - 5 hours ago
Korda said "Vujanović confirmed to Croatian President Stjepan Mesić at their mid 2004 meeting he accepted Croatia’s proposal that Montenegro should pay a portion of war damages through shares in Montenegrin state-owned companies." ...
Justice is done, but what now for Serbia?
The Age - 1 hour ago
FOUR members of a Serbian death squad responsible for the shooting of six Bosnian Muslim men near Srebrenica in July 1995 have been sentenced by Serbia's war crimes court. Slobodan Medic, the commander of the infamous Scorpion paramilitary group that

IMF Forecasts For Romania Darker Than The Govt’s
Mediafax - 7 hours ago
Forecasts of the International Monetary Fund, or IMF, regarding Romania’s economic outlook are similar to those of Romanian authorities for this year, but more pessimistic for next year, when IMF experts estimate a slow-down of 5% in economic growth ...
Serbian Court Convincts 4 for Srebrenica Massacre
New York Times - Apr 10, 2007
Ljubljana, SLOVENIA, April 10 - A Serbian court today sentenced four former Serb paramilitary policemen for up to 20 years in jail after they were caught on film killing six Muslim men during the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia.

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