Mass of Media: Radovan Karadžić
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Radovan Karadžić (Serbian: Радован Караџић, IPA: [râdovaːn kâraʤiʨ]; born 19 June 1945 in Petnjica, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia) is a former Bosnian Serb politician, poet and psychiatrist who was a fugitive from 1995 until 21 July 2008 after having been … Read More

Italy: Rome starts today fingerprinting the gypsies
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This is the first time after the World War II when a government initiate an ID action based on racial criteria. During the next 48 hours, Rome’s authorities will fingerprint about 10,000 gypsies, helped by the Italian Red Cross. In … Read More

NATO summit in Bucharest, Romania
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The NATO summit will take place in Bucharest, Romania, during the April 2-4, in order for Allied leaders to carry forward decisions taken at the Riga Summit and review the evolution of NATO’s main commitments, which are all mutually reinforcing. … Read More

Romanian traditions: Mărţişor
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Mărţişor is one of the best Romanian traditions, celebrated in the beginning of the Spring, on March 1st. The tradition’s name is the diminutive of March (in Romanian: Martie). The men offer to the women a talisman object also called … Read More

Kosovo, a solution for all the European countries with ethnic minorities
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In a public declaration right after the proclamation of the independence of Kosovo, the leader of the Hungarian party in Romania (Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania), Marko Bela, said that Kosovo is a precedent, and a solution for all … Read More

Kosovo and the Russian dolls, the democracy as the new religion
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Kosovo will proclaim soon, in some hours, its independence. It’s a fact. Kosovo will be the world’s newest state. And it will be recognized by US and most of the European countries, as well as the most other countries. But … Read More

Kosovo, the Pandora’s box
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France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Romania, the states of the old USSR… almost all the European countries have provinces in the same situation with the Serbian province Kosovo. The European Union would be a solution. But the independence of the provinces … Read More

Mass of Media: Kosovo
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Kosovo moves to calm minority Serbs as it prepares for independence The Canadian Press PRISTINA, Serbia – Kosovo’s prime minister announced on Friday the creation of a government office to handle the concerns of the Serb minority in an attempt … Read More

Big investment in the Black Sea area (Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine)
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10 billions Euros will be invest by Voest Alpine (voestalpine AG), Austria, in eight areas at the Black Sea, in Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine, in order to build a siderurgical aggregated group of plants with 10,000 employees, build on 1,000 … Read More

Two neighbors that quarrel on their poverty: Romania and Bulgaria
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Now I am living at the border with Serbia, but in my childhood I was living at the border with Bulgaria. It is true, during the communist era there was not so much visits of the Romanians in Bulgaria or … Read More

Kosovo, Balkan’s touch stone
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Here it is a short history of Kosovo, as told us by Wikipedia: In ancient times, Kosovo was part of a bigger region called Dardania. It was inhabited by tribes postulated to be of mixed Thraco-Illyrian ethnicity which inhabited the … Read More