News archive of August 2018

Calls Grow in Kosovo For 'Border Correction' Protests

Kosovo civil society group Protestoj [I Protest] has called for a protest on September 5 against President Hashim Thaci, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and the speaker of parliament, Kadri Veseli.

Five injured in migrant van crash

At least five people were injured, two of them seriously, on Friday when a van carrying 24 undocumented migrants overturned on the Egnatia highway in northern Greece.

The vehicle, which had Greek license plates, flipped over while on the Kipoi-Alexandroupolis section of the motorway.

The injured were transferred by ambulance to the University Hospital in Alexandroupoli. 

Turkey, Netherlands to appoint ambassadors soon: Turkish FM

Turkey and the Netherlands have decided to reinstate ambassadors as soon as possible as part of a decision to normalize relations, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on Aug. 31.

Montenegro changes its history:"Serbia cancelled Montenegro"

Podgorica-based daily Pobjeda reports this.

According to the interpretation by the current Montenegro government and some historians, the Great National Assembly of the Serb People in Montenegro in 1918, known as Podgorica Assembly was organized contrary to the former Montenegro Constitution and its legal system.

Euro challenges for Greeks in group stages

The going is getting tougher for Greek clubs in Europe as the group stage draws for the Champions League and the Europa League have offered them serious challenges for the months to come.

Haradinaj -"Leave borders as they are"

He repeated he was against any ideas about land swap or border correction between Kosovo and Serbia, Pristina based Zeri newspaper writes.

Answering the question in a special press conference about why he wasn't participating in Kosovo dialogue in Brussels Haradinaj said he wasn't rejecting his constitutional obligations but that he simply didn't have the time for the dialogue.