IBNA Exclusive/Albanian PM talks about the maritime pact with GreeceFormer minister Erion Veliaj takes the oath as the new mayor of TiranaRussia's economic woes cause 60 per cent slump in Bulgarian wine salesAlbania backs the integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and demands Kosovo’s recognitionDemonstrations against Labor law changes in SarajevoLarge companies in Albania operate with two financial statementsFoundation of the Special Tribunal has many unknownsAlbanian girl trafficked as a prostitute in the night clubs of Greek islandsAnkara strikes at Kurdish targetsTsipras: I'm going to elections if I do not have parliamentary majority

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Former minister Erion Veliaj takes the oath as the new mayor of Tirana

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Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Edison Kurani Former minister of Social Welfare and Youth, Erion Veliaj, took his oath today in front of the Municipality Council of Tirana as the new mayor of the Albanian metropolis. Erion Veliaj held his first speech as mayor, where he expressed the need of cooperation between […]

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Albania backs the integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and demands Kosovo’s recognition

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Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albania fully supports the Euro Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and says that the German-British incentive and the entry into force of the Stabilization and Association Agreement are important steps to bring Bosnia and Herzegovina closer to the EU. At the same time, Tirana demands to Sarajevo […]

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USA’s priorities for Kosovo: Economy, security and rule of law

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Pristina, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota The new US ambassador accredited to Pristina, Gregory Delawie, who is expected to enter office in August, says that Kosovo must work to consolidate its rule of law and democracy. Delawie said that the current generation of Kosovo leaders has now the chance to put […]

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Kosovo is ready to sign SAA

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Pristina, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Minister of European Integration, Bekim Collaku has received today in a meeting the head of the Political Department at the Austrian Foreign Ministry, ambassador Jan Kickert, to discuss the latest developments in Kosovo. Minister Collaku has briefed ambassador Kicket on the steps that the institutions […]

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Foundation of the Special Tribunal has many unknowns

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Pristina, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Representatives of the government of Kosovo have held meetings with MPs to convince them into voting in favor of the Special Tribunal. IBNA learns that a part of the MPs of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) are not yet persuaded about voting in favor […]

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Ankara strikes at Kurdish targets

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Ankara, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency “Instead of the Jihadists they strike at us”, say the Kurds of Syria Turkish newspaper speaks of a plan of the Turkish government for the autonomy of Turkmens in Northern Syria Preparations being made for the political persecutions of Kurds MPs? By Manolis Kostidis The military leadership […]

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Tsipras: I’m going to elections if I do not have parliamentary majority

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Athens, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris Determined to solve his disputes with the intraparty opposition, that is the left wing of his party, who disagree with the new agreement with creditors, appeared prime minister Alexis Tsipras in the two-hour interview with radio “sto kokkino 105.5″, one day before the critical […]

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House arrest for Michaloliakos-Zaroulia lifted

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Athens, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris The lifting of the house arrest imposed on the leader of the Golden Dawn Nikos Michaloliakos and his wife and party MP, Eleni Zaroulia decided by the Council of Appeals. The Judicial Council, with two decisions issued Wednesday, (numbers 1246 and 1247/2015) ordered the […]

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Government: “Discussions with the technical echelons continue normally”

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Athens, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris Alexis Tsipras was briefed on Wednesday afternoon by finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos at the Maximos Mansion on the open issues of the ongoing negotiations with the troika, which according to government sources “run smoothly”. After the meeting with the prime minister, Tsakalotos went to […]

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Budget Office of the House: Grexit not inevitable

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Athens, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris For a return to recession in the first half of 2015 and a general economic setback due to the intense uncertainty created by political conditions and developments in the negotiations with the lenders, speaks the report of the Budget Office, which leaves spikes for […]

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Debates for the rebalancing of the budget ahead of the elections in FYROM

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Skopje, 29 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti Parliament in FYR Macedonia is debating on the rebalancing of the state budget for this year. This debate is taking place in parliamentary committees, but without the presence of Macedonian opposition MPs. But Albanian opposition represented by PDSH (Albanian Democratic Party) has launched strong criticism […]

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Varoufakis under fire for secret “plan B”

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Athens, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Zacharias Petrou Two lawsuits against former minister Yanis Varoufakis were handed over to the Greek Parliament by the Prosecutor of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The suits issued by a mayor and a lawyer request the referral of Varoufakis to a Special Court regarding his handling […]

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Tuesday started the negotiations between Greek authorities the technical echelons of the troika

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Athens, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris According to the Greek ministry of finance, there was no organizational problem, the discussions take place at the place of residence of the institutions and when needed representatives of institutions met with Greek officials in the Bank of Greece and the General Accounting Office. […]

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Eurobank: How to restore the Greek economy to recovery

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Athens, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris An analysis on how the Greek economy can return to growth, released the bank Eurobank. In this are recorded the policies that should be promoted in the coming months that will manage to reverse the current situation. According to Eurobank: The adjustment policies applied […]

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Romanian fiscal experts warn against investment underspending

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Bucharest, July 28, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Daniel Stroe Romania’s Fiscal Council believes the envisaged revision of the national budget will not lead to the Government deficit target being overshot for the current year, but only because of a very likely failure to spend the money on public investment as a result of […]

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IMF: Greece remains a hazard for the Eurozone

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Athens, July 28, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris The Greek developments are still a source of danger for the European economy, says in a new report the International Monetary Fund, cited by Reuters. In particular, the Fund underlines that the European economy remains exposed to the adverse developments on Greece. Currently, explains […]

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Russia’s economic woes cause 60 per cent slump in Bulgarian wine sales

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Sofia, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Bulgarian wine sales have fallen by 60 per cent because of the political and economic situation in Russia, a leading market for Bulgarian wines, according to National Vine and Wine Chamber head Radoslav Radev. Radev, who was at the opening […]

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Large companies in Albania operate with two financial statements

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Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albania is a country where companies operate with two financial statements, one for the tax authorities and one for the banks. This was declared today by the Albanian PM, Edi Rama. Rama spoke in a conference held by the Ministry of Economy, in cooperation with the Center for […]

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Bulgaria’s business climate indicator drops again in July

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Sofia, July 28, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Bulgaria’s business climate indicator dropped in July 2015, for the second straight month, after increases in the first five months of the year. This is according to the results of a poll released on July 28 by the country’s National […]

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Russia, Egypt and Turkey occupy most of export and import in the main Albanian port

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Tirana, 27 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Export and import of goods through sea is mainly done with countries like Russia, Egypt and Turkey from the main port of the country, Durres. At least 61% of exchanges of goods is made from the ports of these three countries and the rest, 39% is divided into […]

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A symbolic increase of the number of Greek businesses in Kosovo

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Pristina, 27 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Recently, there’s been a growing interest of Greek businesses to invest in Kosovo. In contrast to previous years, five new Greek businesses were registered from January to June. Head of Business Registrations Office in Kosovo, Mehdi Pllashniku says that the number of Greek businesses registering […]

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Romanian, Turkish tourists visiting Bulgaria increase as Russian holidaymakers numbers drop

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Sofia, July 27, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe The number of tourists visiting Bulgaria is falling, with a notable decrease in Russian tourists, but the first half of the year also has seen significant increases in tourists from neighbouring countries including Romania, Turkey, Macedonia and Serbia. This emerges […]

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Serbian Telekom attracts foreign investors

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Belgrade, July 27, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic There is a “significant” interest of foreign investors for purchasing Telekom Srbija, Serbian telecommunication company, minister for trade, tourism and telecommunications Rasim Ljajic said today. He announced that the official public invitation for legally binding bids for the state’s stake in Telekom will be […]

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Loans for businesses become easier to obtain, Albanian banks hesitate

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Tirana, 24 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency In Albania, private banks are offering loans with affordable interests. However, businesses are skeptic and they are not “running” to them to further develop their activity. Bank of Albania has carried out a special observation on loans and concludes that criteria for businesses to obtain loans in the […]

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IBNA Exclusive/Albanian PM talks about the maritime pact with Greece

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By   9 hours ago

Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Edison Kurani Relations between Albania and Greece don’t seem to have relaxed as it was expected, following the visit of the Greek Foreign minister, Nikos Kotzias and the agreement for the division of sea borders is expected to be settled in the arbitrage. Albanian PM, Edi Rama […]

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Kosovo is going through a difficult situation of power supply

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Pristina, 23 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota At the present, Kosovo is going through a very difficult energy situation, due to the unplanned suspensions of production by Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK). Due to the many problems in “Kosovo A” power plant, the situation with the distribution of power supply is worse than […]

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Germany issues a loan for Albania to improve energy efficiency

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Tirana, 23 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albanian authorities have taken out a loan from Germany in order for Albanians to exploit solar energy. The project, which is called “Energy efficiency”, will function through the banking system and will offer loans for solar panels. Vice minister of Energy and Industry, Ilir Bejtja, is defending in […]

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FYROM will build two corridors for new pipelines

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Skopje, 20 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti Minister of Economy in FYROM, Belim Neziri declared that the country will build two new pipelines in order to connect with a new corridor of gas from Bulgaria, through Strumica and another corridor with Greece, through Gevgeli. Neziri declared that these two connections are also […]

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Croatian Gov’t announces construction of LNG terminal strategic project

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Zagreb, July 16, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency Review Hari Stefanatos Taking advantage of the croatian law on strategic investment projects that allows for the expedition all official procedures related to such projects, treating them as a priority, the Croatian government on Thursday declared the construction of such a strategic project, in the form of […]

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Banking system’s confidence has been restored in the Albanian energy sector

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Tirana, 16 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Minister of Energy and Industry, Damian Gjiknuri says that world financial institutions have restored confidence in the energy sector and are interested in funding. “We notice fresh confidence of financial institutions in this sector, where besides the World Bank, there are also commercial banks which have expressed their […]

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Greek state receives three bids for hydrocarbons in the Ionian Sea and Cretan Sea

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Athens, July 15, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris Three bids were submitted for the exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons in the Ionian Sea and the southern Cretan Sea, as part of a tender, which, according to the ministry of Reconstruction of Production, Environment and Energy (YPAPEN), “in the current difficult conditions in […]

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Romania set to get up to almost 10 billion Euros from EU to invest in infrastructure, energy and transport

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By   3 weeks ago

Bucharest, July 11, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Daniel Stroe Romania will get close to 9.5 billion euros for investments in projects on environment, energy and transport, by means of the Operational Program for Major Infrastructure of Romania (POIM) – 2014-2020 adopted by the European Commission, the Commission Resident Office in Romania announced. This […]

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Painter from Kosovo opens an exhibition in Belgrade

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Pristina, 29 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Rron Qena has opened an exhibition in Belgrade called “What you believe in”, in the framework of ‘Baustelle Balkan’ that links artists from Belgrade, Pristina and Zurich. His paintings were inspired from his traveling in the fields of Albania and Serbia and from the people […]

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Cyprus: Bi-communal Committee for Culture holds first event

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Nicosia, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency Review Hari Stefanatos In support of efforts to reunify Cyprus and with the vision of peace and prosperity that will pass through culture, Androulla Vassiliou and Zehra Sonya, the representatives of the bi-communal committee for Culture, welcomed guests at Tuesday`s first event of the Committee. The bicommunal […]

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Serbia contests Kosovo’s accession to UNESCO

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Pristina, 28 July 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Kosovo’s demand for accession in the UNESCO, has sparked strong reactions by Belgrade, which has launched a campaign to prevent this process. Meanwhile, Pristina says that Belgrade cannot legally hinder Kosovo’s accession to UNESCO, as this organization also has members which are not part […]

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Multicultural Festival opens in Berat, 3 days of music, books and visual arts

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Tirana, 24 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Three important days in the 2400 year old city of Berat to enjoy the book, craftsmanship, visual arts fair and different exhibitions, jazz groups and DJs until late at night. Notable artists from Albania and Kosovo such as Flaka Goranci, Guralumi Band, Flamenco Duo and DJ Liam Mandiaro, […]

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An anthem for Mother Teresa by world famous soprano Inva Mula

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Tirana, 21 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albanian world famous soprano, Inva Mula is preparing along with composer Lorenc Antoni an anthem for the Albanian Nobel Prize Winner for peace, Mother Teresa. The anthem contains the name of her poem “Farewell”, that Gonxhe Bojaxhi wrote during her journey from Ireland to Calcutta, India. This incentive […]

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“Ohrid Summer” international festival kicks off

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Ohrid, 13 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti The 55th edition of the international music festival “Ohrid Summer” started last night in Ohrid. The festival opened with the show “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff and the ensemble “La Fura dels Baus” from Spain, with music conductor Josephe Vincent. The festival is being health […]

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Center for Openness and Dialogue opens at the Albanian government building

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Tirana, 10 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albanian PM, Edi Rama has decided to open a part of the building and external premises of the government building for the public by creating COD (Center for Openness and Dialogue). COD has been located in the first floor of the government’s building. Meanwhile,  the surrounding green environment, […]

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Albanian poet Naim Frasheri in Iranian postage stamps

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Tirana, 9 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Iranian authorities have dedicated a special postage edition to the prominent Albanian writer, Naim Frasheri, by putting his photo on one of the stamps being used in mail services. Iranian authorities say that they have printed Naim Frasheri’s stamp, as he was renowned for his Persian. Besides writing […]

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‘Pristina’ climbing club reaches the highest peak in Europe, Mount Blanc

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Pristina, 16 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Members of ‘Pristina’ climbing club have reached the highest peak in Europe, Mount Blanc. They have risen for the very first time Kosov’s flag in this peak. After a dangerous and tiring climb, which lasted three and a half days, 12 climbers from Kosovo have […]

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First international race for Albania in Autosport, it ranks first

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Tirana, 14 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency An Albanian licensed racer has participated for the first time in the international “Lovcen” 2015-Cetinje, Montenegro, which is held according to the FIA-CEZ (Central European Championship) calendar in the mountain races, in the Hillclimb discipline. Shkelzen Lajci represents Albania in this sport and achieves maximum success-the first place. […]

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Albania given a default win against Serbia

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The decision was announced a few minutes ago by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland Tirana, 10 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Court of Arbitrage for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland decided to grant the complaint submitted by the Albanian Football Association in regards to an earlier UEFA ruling on the Albanian national […]

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Kosovo basketball players to participate in the European Championship in San Marino

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Pristina, 9 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Kosovo’s U-20 basketball national team will make a debut on Thursday in the European Championship in San Marino. In this championship, Kosovo U-20 will be in Group B, Division B, along with Montenegro, Georgia, Luxembourg and Portugal. Kosovo will play its first match against Portugal […]

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Albania ranks 36th in the FIFA ranking, the best ranking of all times in the history of the National team

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Tirana, 9 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency The Albanian national side has gone up on the 36th position in the global FIFA ranking. The previous record was the 37th position in 2013. Gianni De Biasi’s side has gained in the past month 15 places, something which can be considered as one of the most positive […]

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Nora Gjakova wins Kosovo’s first medal in the Olympic games

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Pristina, 26 June 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Nora Gjakova has won a bronze medal in the first European  Olympic Games “Baku 2015”, making this the first medal won by Kosovo athletes in this championship. The judo fighter from Kosovo has defeated the Dutch, Sanne Verhagen, which was penalized for passiveness. In the […]

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Majlinda Kelmendi awarded as the best judo fighter in Europe

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Pristina, 25 June 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota World judo champion, Majlinda Kelmendi has been announced the best judo player in Europe for 2014. Last evening, in a ceremony organized by International Judo Federation in Baku, the sportswoman from Kosovo has officially received the award for the best judo fighter in Europe for […]

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Croatian Football Federation declares ignorance of the swastika symbol before the match

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Zagreb, June 17, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency Review Hari Stefanatos After UEFA launched disciplinary proceedings against Croatia over the large swastika appeared to have been bleached into the turf before their qualifier against Italy, the Croatian Football Federation (HNS), through its website, informed the public on the developments ahead, as well as the facts […]

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Demonstrations against Labor law changes in Sarajevo

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Sarajevo, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Mladen Dragojlovic Several thousands of workers and citizens from Federation BiH gathered on Thursday morning in the front of this BiH entity Parliament building to express their opposition to proposed changes in the Labor law. As time passed, the protest became more violent and several time […]

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Powerful blast near a police station in Skopje

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Skopje, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti A powerful blast has taken place in the early hours of this morning near a police station in Skopje. Ministry of Interior said that the blast occurred at “Angel Dimovski” Street, near the Police Station of Skopje. This blast only damaged several parked cars. Ministry […]

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Albanian girl trafficked as a prostitute in the night clubs of Greek islands

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By   18 hours ago

Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency A girl from Tirana has undergone abuses for several months by six men, five of which were from the capital and one of them from Korca. The men have exploited the girl as a prostitute in the night clubs of Kos island in Greece. The girl’s initials are […]

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Romania makes record heroin bust at NW border crossing

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Bucharest, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Daniel Stroe Prosecutors with Romania’s Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) in Bucharest have today displayed 333 kilograms of heroin found on Tuesday in a lorry that was attempting to leave the country through the Petea Customs Check Point of the northwestern […]

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Prime ministers hold meeting in Banja Luka

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Banja Luka, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Mladen Dragojlovic Republic of Srpska Prime Minister, Zeljka Cvijanovic, and Federation BiH Prime Minister, Fadil Novalic, met on Wednesday in Banja Luka to discuss several issues which are common for both BiH entities. Late in the afternoon, they were joined by BiH Council of Ministers […]

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Nikolic: Hungarian fence will redirect refugees to Bosnia and Croatia

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Belgrade, July 29, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic Despite the efforts and actions that have been taken, Serbia cannot resolve the illegal immigrants problem on its own; the entire region is facing immigrants flow, State Secretary in Serbian Interior Ministry Aleksandar Nikolic said. In the interview for Danas newspapers, Nikolic stressed it […]

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Digital aerial photographing and scanning of the territory of Albania

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Tirana, 29 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albanian authorities have hired a German company which is making an aerial three dimensional photographing of the entire territory of Albania. Currently, phase one of the project has ended, which relates to the photographing of the urban zones with an area of around 1100 square kilometers out of the […]

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Germany starts to repatriate asylum seekers

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Tirana, 29 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency German authorities started today the sped procedure of the repatriation of Albanian nationals who applied for asylum in different cities of the Federal Republic of Germany. Albana Rjepaj of the Press Office and Public Relations at the German embassy to Tirana, confirmed that on Wednesday, a charter plane […]

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