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Serb leader in Kosovo remanded for another two months into custody

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EULEX: “The court believes that there’s still a fleeing risk and a risk for the defendant to have an impact on witnesses if released” Pristina, February 28, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Leader of Civil Incentive “Serbia, Democracy, Justice”, Oliver Ivanovic will continue to be held under custody for another two months, as […]

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Romania’s Basescu opposed withdrawal of voting rights for Greece, book reveals

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  By Daniel Stroe – Bucharest A book titled “The ones pulling the strings in Europe”, launched on Thursday in Berlin, reveals that the Romanian President Traian Basescu opposed a proposal launched by Germany and backed by France to withdraw the voting rights for Greece due to failure to deliver on its economic commitments, during […]

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USA says that the situation in the north of Kosovo remains unpredictable

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Pristina, February 28, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota In its report on human rights, US Department of State says that in 2013, Kosovo’s main problems have consisted on the efforts of radical Serb forces to block the normalization of relations between the two countries, including the placement of checkpoints in the northern part […]

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Optimistic news for Slovenian economy

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  Review Hari Stefanatos According to figures released by the Statistics Office, Slovenia’s GDP has expanded by 2.1% year-on-year in the final quarter of 2013 after eight quarters of negative growth. The country’s economy shrank by 1.1% in real terms in the whole of 2013, but when adjusted for working days and season, GDP grew […]

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Pristina: Talks with Serbia do not involve the sovereignty of the Republic of Kosovo

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Pristina, February 28, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Kosovar diplomacy insists that the process of talks with Serbia doesn’t involve and cannot involve the sovereignty of the youngest state in the Balkan. The foreign minister of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj has declared this in a meeting that he had in Vienna with his Austrian […]

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Tension in Syntagma Square – Police had to make way for the Troika representatives

By   /  28/02/2014  /  Finance, GR Finance, GR Politics, GR Social, Greece, Headlines, Politics, Social  /  Comments Off on Tension in Syntagma Square – Police had to make way for the Troika representatives

  Review Hari Stefanatos There was tension in Syndagma Square just a few minutes ago during the demonstration of teachers, school security guards and cleaners that takes place at this time outside the Ministry of Administrative Reforms, where the minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, is meeting representatives from the Troika in order to inform them of the […]

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Kosovo and Montenegro say that there are no open issues between them

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Pristina, February 28, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Foreign Minister of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj has met in Pristina the deputy prime minister and Foreign minister of Montenegro, Igor Luksic. The two counterparts have talked about boosting up relations between the two countries, and what Hoxhaj has considered to be a shift from good […]

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Interior Minister of Cyprus to attend JHA Council in Brussels

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  Review Hari Stefanatos Cyprus’ Interior Minister, Socrates Chasikos, is scheduled to depart for Brussels on Friday in order to attend the Justice and Home Affairs Council that is scheduled to take place between 3-4 March. According to an official announcement, the agenda will include issues related to migration, border control and the potential development of the […]

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All ministers of the government of Cyprus resign

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  Review Hari Stefanatos During an extraordinary session of the council of ministers that took place at the Presidential Palace on Friday morning, all members of the cabinet handed in their resignations to the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiades. This was an unexpected development, since only the four ministers that had been […]

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Serbia and Russia to mark Great War anniversary together

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  By Milos Mitrovic – Belgrade Russia and Serbia share a great and tragic political and military history and in hard times they have always been standing on the side of truth an justice, the Russian ambassador to Serbia, Alexander Chepurin, said on the occasion of “Defender of the Fatherland Day”. On Thursday, Chepurin made […]

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