Monday, October 22, 2007

Kosovo talks rule out Serbia governing province, international ...
FACTBOX-UN plan puts Kosovo on path to independence
Reuters - 1 hour ago
April 26 (Reuters) - Fifteen UN Security Council ambassadors began an assessment on Thursday of Serbia's case against giving the breakaway Kosovo province independence. Serbia has rejected the UN plan for Kosovo's independence and its caretaker prime ...

Albania PM Warns Kosovo against Unilateral Moves
BIRN - 3 hours ago
22 10 2007 Tirana _ Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha has appealed to Kosovo's political leaders to avoid taking unilateral steps over their homeland's future status.

Third round of Kosovo talks in Vienna today
B92 - 4 hours ago
The third round of direct Kosovo status talks between Belgrade and Priština will begin this morning in Vienna. The talks will begin with separate meetings of the Serbian and Albanian delegations with the International mediating Troika.
Gates encourages Macedonia, Croatia and Albania to continue the ...
MRT online - 1 hour ago
Macedonia, Croatia and Albania received support from the US Defence Secretary Robert Gates to continue the reforms on the road to NATO membership, reports MIA.
Macedonia's President visits Paris
Focus News - 6 hours ago
Macedonia's president Brankso Crvenkovksi will address today the participants in the 34th UNESCO conference in Paris, Macedonian media inform.

Montenegro adopts first constitution after independence
Tehran Times - 3 hours ago
BELGRADE (Chinaview) -- The parliament of Montenegro adopted on Friday evening with the two-thirds majority the country's first constitution since it regained its independence last year, said reports reaching here from the Montenegrin capital Podgorica ...
Kosovo talks rule out Serbia governing province, international ...
International Herald Tribune - 17 hours ago
AP PRISTINA, Serbia: International mediators have ruled out future Serbian governance of the province of Kosovo, according to a document obtained Sunday by the Associated Press.

Washington Post
Conservative Faces Runoff in Slovenia
The Associated Press - 12 hours ago
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP) - A conservative former prime minister won the most votes in Slovenia's tight presidential elections Sunday, but fell far short of the majority needed to avoid a runoff.

FACTBOX: Key facts about Slovenia
Reuters - Oct 20, 2007
ECONOMY: Slovenia's thriving service-based economy is expected to expand 5.8 percent this year. Slovenia adopted the euro on January 1, 2007, as one of the 10 new states which joined the EU in 2004.

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