Thursday, October 25, 2007

NATO vows to keep Kosovo force at full strength
Kosovo Status High on Agenda at Russia's Talks With NATO, EU
Deutsche Welle - 1 hour ago
10 deadline for the resolution of Kosovo's status looms, the Serbian province remains one of the burning questions to be discussed at this week's Russia-NATO meeting and the Russia-EU summit.

NATO vows to keep Kosovo force at full strength
Reuters - 12 hours ago
NOORDWIJK, Netherlands (Reuters) - NATO will keep its 16000-strong force in the breakaway Serb province Kosovo at full strength for "all eventualities", Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer said on Wednesday.

New foundation seeks to change Albania's political landscape
Southeast European Times - 16 hours ago
In an apparent response to party turmoil, Socialist Party of Albania leader Edi Rama has launched a new foundation. The initiative will focus on regaining public support for the Socialist Party and to boost involvement in the political process.

King Zog's Albanian summer palace gets timeshare makeover
Independent - Oct 23, 2007
By Peter Popham in Rome The former summer palace of the king of Albania is being turned into a timeshare villa as his impoverished nation takes its first steps into the world of second home investments.
King Zog's palace gets a timeshare makeover MSNBC

Croatia starts building disputed Adriatic bridge
Reuters - 15 hours ago
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia started building a coastal bridge in the southern Adriatic on Wednesday despite protests from neighboring Bosnia, which has threatened to launch a lawsuit to stop it.
Bulgaria: 2 coal miners killed after tunnel collapses
International Herald Tribune - 14 hours ago
AP SOFIA, Bulgaria: Two miners died after a tunnel collapsed in a coal mine in southern Bulgaria Wednesday, officials said.

Three policemen injured in armed attack in Macedonia's
Focus News - 17 hours ago
According to the A1 television channel at about 13.00 a group shot at the policemen, who were carrying out their regular patrol in the village, which is on the border between Macedonia and Kosovo. Tanusevci village is considered to be related to the ...

Lonely Planet: Montenegro Must-Visit Destination for 2008
BIRN - 16 hours ago
24 10 2007 Podgorica _ Montenegro is one of 30 must-visit travel destinations in 2008, according to Lonely Planet, the world's best known tourist guide.

Washington Post
Serbian Police Search Military Facilities for War Crimes Suspects
Voice of America - 13 hours ago
The prosecutor, last week called Serbia's cooperation with the court too slow and insufficient. In response, the European Union put off the signing of an agreement on building ties with Serbia. The prosecutor said she could not issue a positive ...
Serbia intelligence knows location of war crimes fugitive Mladic ... JURIST (Pressemitteilung)
Romania is sorry for deporting Gypsies
United Press International - 16 hours ago
BUCHAREST, Romania, Oct. 24 (UPI) -- Romanian President Traian Basescu apologized for the country deporting thousands of Gypsies to Nazi death camps during World War II.
Romania apologizes to Roma community B92

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