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Adria Airways to set up new bases

By   /  31/01/2014  /  Business, SI Business, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Adria Airways to set up new bases

  Review Hari Stefanatos The slovenian Adria Airways has plans to launch flights between the Polish city Lodz and Munich in an attempt to expand from its base in Ljubljana. The root will operate once per day except Saturdays, starting from the summer period on March 30, according to a company statement. Adria has already […]

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Serbia suspends excavations for massive graves

By   /  31/01/2014  /  Kosovo, Social, XK Social  /  Comments Off on Serbia suspends excavations for massive graves

Pristina, January 31, 2014/Balkan Independent News Agency Serb Authorities have suspended excavations in Rashka, Serbia. This place is suspected of having a massive grave with the bodies of Albanians missing in the last war in Kosovo. Excavations in this location have been suspended since December 13. Since then, Serb authorities have not even delivered the […]

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Discrimination of Albanians in the domain of culture in FYR Macedonia

By   /  31/01/2014  /  Culture, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Culture  /  Comments Off on Discrimination of Albanians in the domain of culture in FYR Macedonia

Skopje, January 31, 2014/Balkan Independent News Agency In FYR Macedonia, Albanians claim that they’re being discriminated even in the domain of culture, by not benefiting funds and support by the Ministry of Culture and other state culture institutions. This issue has sparked debates with the publication of the Program of the Ministry of Culture for […]

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Deposit release restores confidence in Cypriot market

By   /  31/01/2014  /  CY Finance, Cyprus, Finance, Headlines  /  Comments Off on Deposit release restores confidence in Cypriot market

  By Kyriacos Kyriacou – Nicosia The release of €950mln-worth in fixed-term deposits in Bank of Cyprus -the largest bank of the island- is considered as the “first big test” for Cyprus’s damaged banking sector, which, according to the government is now stabilising. Deposits, which were retained in accordance to the recapitalization decree and issued […]

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Bulgaria’s European Commissioner, church Patriarch in call for religious and ethnic tolerance

By   /  31/01/2014  /  BG Politics, BG Social, Bulgaria, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria’s European Commissioner, church Patriarch in call for religious and ethnic tolerance

  By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of the Sofia Globe Bulgaria’s European Commissioner, church Patriarch in call for religious and ethnic tolerance Bulgaria’s European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva and Bulgarian Orthodox Church Patriarch Neofit have emphasised the importance of protecting religious and ethnic tolerance. At a meeting at the Sofia headquarters of the church’s governing body, the Holy […]

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IBNA/exclusive – Turkish economist predicts difficult days for the turkish economy

By   /  31/01/2014  /  Finance, Headlines, TR Finance, Turkey  /  Comments Off on IBNA/exclusive – Turkish economist predicts difficult days for the turkish economy

  By Manolis Kostidis – Ankara As there is an upheaval in the turkish economy with the lira devaluation and the increase of the interest rates that was decided by the turkish Central Bank, we spoke with the professor of Economic Science of the University of Istanbul, and political analyst, Mehmet Altan. Dr. Altan is […]

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The worst period of Erdogan’s popularity

By   /  31/01/2014  /  Headlines, Politics, TR Politics, Turkey  /  Comments Off on The worst period of Erdogan’s popularity

  AKP’s percentages are dropping By Manolis Kostidis – Ankara Despite the theories “of a judiciary coup against him” that the Turkish Prime Minister is expressing, the public opinion in Turkey does not appear to be convinced. A poll from the research company Metropoll reports that 36.3% (before deduction) of the Turkish people will vote […]

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Samaras pledges to return most of 1 billion euro primary surplus to citizens

By   /  30/01/2014  /  GR Politics, Greece, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Samaras pledges to return most of 1 billion euro primary surplus to citizens

  By Lefteris Yallouros – Athens Addressing the New Democracy parliamentary group on Thursday, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras gave an indication of his strategy ahead of local and European parliament elections in May. Attempting to rally his MPs, Samaras attacked main opposition SYRIZA while also ruling out any possibility of a coalition with the left-wing […]

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After a decade a new investigation for the murder of journalist

By   /  30/01/2014  /  Headlines, ME Politics, ME Social, Montenegro, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on After a decade a new investigation for the murder of journalist

  By Adnan Prekić – Podgorica Ten years after the murder of the chief editor of the newspaper “DAN”, the montenegrin prosecutor’s office decided to launch a new investigation on the case. Duško Jovanović, editor of the opposition-minded newspaper “Dan” was killed with an automatic weapon on the night of May 27, 2004, as he […]

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Former Serbian President left Democratic Party

By   /  30/01/2014  /  Headlines, Politics, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Former Serbian President left Democratic Party

  By Milos Mitrovic – Belgrade Former Serbian President Boris Tadic announced he is no longer member of Democratic Party (DS) lead by him from 2003 to 2012. Tadic explained he was dissatisfied with talks about cooperation between DS and former PM Zoran Zivkovic’s party ahead the early elections scheduled for March 16. “Today I […]

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