Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Serbia not fully cooperating with UN warcrimes court: prosecutor

Serbia wants more time for Kosovo talks
Reuters South Africa - Oct 15, 2007
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Serbia wants talks on the future status of Kosovo to continue after a December 10 deadline, its minister for the breakaway province said on Monday.

Sofia News Agency
FACTBOX: The Balkans on the way to the European Union
Reuters - 18 hours ago
(Reuters) - The small Adriatic republic of Montenegro signed a Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) with the European Union on Monday, its first step to eventual membership.

BBC News
Popular Macedonian singer dies in car accident in Croatia
International Herald Tribune - 29 minutes ago
AP ZAGREB, Croatia: Macedonian pop star Toshe Proeski, whose ballads earned him admirers across the former Yugoslavia, died Tuesday when his car crashed into a truck on a motorway in Croatia, police said. Proeski, 26, represented Macedonia in the 2004 ...
Bulgaria's current account deficit hits €161 million (US$228 ...
International Herald Tribune - 1 hour ago
AP SOFIA, Bulgaria: Bulgaria's current account deficit grew to €160.7 million (US$228.2 million) in August, nearly double the €86.8 million (US$123 million) in the same month last year, the country's central bank said Tuesday.
Serbia blames 'outside pressure'
BBC News - 4 hours ago
By Nick Hawton Serbia has said that continuing political pressure on the country is discouraging those who are trying to locate remaining war crimes fugitives.
Serbia not fully cooperating with UN warcrimes court: prosecutor AFP

Iberdrola, Endesa compete for 2.3 bln eur nuclear contract in Romania
CNNMoney.com - 3 hours ago
MADRID, Oct. 16, 2007 (Thomson Financial delivered by Newstex) -- Iberdrola SA (OOTC:IBDSF) (OOTC:IBDRY) and Endesa (NYSE:ELE) SA are competing with another 35 international companies for a 2.3 bln eur nuclear reactor contract in Cernavoda, Romania, ...

Boston Globe
Debate over word obscures Turkey's need to face truth
Nuevo Mundo - 3 hours ago
By Richard Cohen It goes without saying that the House resolution condemning Turkey for the "genocide" of Armenians in 1915 will serve no earthly purpose and that it will, to say the least, complicate if not severely strain US-Turkey relations.


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