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Montenegro Airlines Cuts Costs to Tackle Debt

Montenegro's state-owned national carrier, Montenegro Airlines, on Monday admitted a net loss of 74 million euro, blaming the economic crisis and the previous management for its poor financial position.

Turkey crushes Montenegro in Eurobasket Women 2015

The Turkish women's national basketball team defeated Montenegro 61-41 in their first game in Group E of the second round of the European Women Basketball Championship.

The "Fairies of Basket" put out a strong display to maintain control of the game throughout at the Fonix Hall in Debrecen, Hungary.

Turkey advances in EuroBasket, will face Montenegro

The Turkish women's national basketball team has advanced to the second group round of the 2015 European Championships and will take on Montenegro on June 17 in its first match of the new group.

Eurovision Finals, tonight! – Watch it Live with us

The Eurovision finals are upon us this year. Vienna will host the 27 countries that made it to the finals. Greece and Cyprus will be fighting against all odds, since Sweden and Italy are favorites to win, with Russia coming in to maybe steal the spotlight.

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The Greek song, “One Last Breath”

The Cyprus song, “One Thing I Should Have Done”

Schaeuble said to raise possibility of Greek parallel currency

By Birgit Jennen and Rainer Buergin

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble raised the possibility that Greece may need a parallel currency alongside the euro if the country?s talks with creditors fail, people familiar with his views said.

Romania, the 20th to take to the stage in Eurovision Final

AGERPRES special correspondent Oana Ghita reports: Voltaj, the pop-rock band that represents Romania at the Eurovision contest, will be the 20th to perform in Saturday's Grand Final, following the organizers' decision on the order of the competing performances in the 2015 edition of the European Song Contest.

Last night at Eurovision: “One Last Breath” to make its way to Finals! (photos + videos)

Maria-Elena Kyriakou drew “One Last Breath” with her throaty voice and was sent to the 60th Eurovision Song Contest 2015 finals in Vienna, Austria.

She stole the show with her dynamic presence, beauty and of course – voice – getting one of the ten coveted tickets to the Saturday finals. Both the audience and critics said “Yes” to another breath for Greece.


Montenegro Jails Fan for Football Violence

The court in Podgorica on Monday has jailed Luka Lazarevic for three-and-a-half months for throwing a flare at Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeyev at last month's chaotic football match.

Lazarevic was convicted of violent behaviour at a sporting events and of causing injuries. He will have to pay an additional 750 euro fine.

Golden Belt karate tournament held in Cacak

CACAK - Montenegrin karate fighter Mijat Vojvodic is the winner of the 44th Golden Belt tournament, held last weekend in Cacak, central Serbia.

Serbia's Stefan Semlal finished second, with Jose Manuel Lopez of Spain and Mehman Rzaev of Russia both in third.

Albania Charges UEFA With Double Standards

The Albanian football federation, FSHF, has accused UEFA of double standards after its Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body awarded Russia three points after its Euro 2016 qualifier with Montenegro had to be abandoned owing to fan violence in Podgorica.  

Jankovic through to Charleston third round

CHARLESTON - Serbia's Jelena Jankovic has reached the third round of the Charleston WTA tennis tournament by beating Tatjana Maria 6-3, 6-7 (6-8), 6-1 in the second round late Tuesday CET.

Jankovic, the current world number 17, and Maria, who ranks 13th, played an extraordinary match that featured as many as 13 break points won.

Montenegro Arrests Fans for Football Violence

Montenegrin police have arrested two fan suspected of throwing a flare at Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeyev at last Friday's chaotic football match, which had to be called off before time.

Violent Football Fans Wreck Montenegro-Russia Qualifier

UEFA is expected to start disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro after Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier with Russia was abandoned amid battles on the pitch.

The Group G game in Podgorica was hit by trouble from the start after Russia's goalkeeper, Igor Akinfeev, was struck on the head by a flare thrown from the stands and had to be taken to hospital.

Montenegro Police Crack Football Match-Fixing Ring

Police in Montenegro arrested five players on Wednesday for suspected match-fixing as part of an ongoing investigation into abuses in premier league football matches.

The arrests mark the first time that police in the country have amassed enough evidence to detain and charge those believed to be involved in match fixing.