Monday, November 05, 2007

Talks on Kosovo's future continue in Austrian capital

The Epoch Times Ireland
Talks on Kosovo's future continue in Austrian capital
Hindu - 25 minutes ago
VIENNA (AP): Serbian negotiators remain committed to talks on Kosovo's future status, Serbia's foreign minister said Monday, as international negotiations resumed in Austria's capital.
Serbia objects to framework for Kosovo fate Reuters

Sheltered from the Nazis in Albania
Jerusalem Post - Nov 3, 2007
By GREER FAY CASHMAN Albania was the only country in Europe in which there were more Jews after the war than there had been before the war, American photographer Norman Gershman said on Thursday at Yad Vashem.

Homes Worldwide
Albania's Property Market 'Warming Up'
Homes Worldwide - Nov 4, 2007
With a low cost of living, no capital gains, no VAT, no transfer tax, and the cheapest prices in Europe, Albania is the new place for property investors says Obelisk.

A1: Macedonia would not change its name even if it means staying ...
Focus News - 6 hours ago
Macedonia's government does not intend to make compromises regarding the name of the country, even if this means that Macedonia will not join NATO, the Macedonian TV channel A1 reports. The Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said that Greece is ...
Macedonia to send more troops to Iraq Xinhua
Macedonia ups Iraq force to boost NATO credentials Reuters

The Epoch Times Ireland
Serbia objects to framework for Kosovo fate
Reuters - 3 hours ago
By Matt Robinson VIENNA (Reuters) - Serbia said on Monday it had "fundamental objections" to a 14-point framework for the future of Kosovo and insisted mediators explicitly rule out a unilateral declaration of independence by the province.

Concert at Serbia Death Camp Stirs Anger
The Associated Press - Nov 3, 2007
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) - Stray dogs wander forlornly around the rundown gray brick barracks that used to house of one of the most notorious World War II Nazi death camps in the Balkans.
Kosheen cancel gig in ex-concentration camp Digital Spy
Calls to cancel Serbia camp concert MWC News

Washington Post
Romania urges Italy to maintain traditional ties after attacks
People's Daily Online - 7 hours ago
Romanian President Traian Basescuon Sunday urged Italy to make efforts to maintain traditional ties after a wave of attacks on citizens of both countries.
Italians Urge Expulsion of Immigrants The Associated Press

Opposition candidate ahead in Slovenia presidential
Focus News - 18 hours ago
The centre-left opposition candidate in Slovenia's presidential election, Danilo Turk, is expected to gain a clear victory in next weekend's second-round vote, opinion polls showed, AFP reports.

Slovenia, Macedonia to increase cooperation
Portalino - 22 hours ago
Slovenian Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak told the press after a meeting with his Macedonian counterpart Vera Rafajlovska that Slovenia and Macedonia should increase cooperation in a number of fields. The ministers discussed cooperation and Vizjak ...

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