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BELGRADE - Belgrade University awarded the honorary title of doctor of science to Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, the Belgrade University Senate released at its session on Wednesday.
Prosecutors from the National Anti-corruption Department, DNA, questioned two Romanian officials on Wednesday in a case involving the lease of Microsoft IT licenses for the country's schools.
A minor nationalist party that is not represented at Parliament has become the seventh political party to so far declare support for presidential candidate Ekmeleddin Ä°hsanoÄlu, saying an âideal presidentâ would put an end to the government-led resolution process to find a peaceful solution to the long-running Kurdish issue.
The EU Enlargement Commissioner, Stefan Fuele, called on the international donors' conference, which opened in Brussels on Wednesday, to show solidarity when pledging assistance to flood-hit Bosnia and Serbia.
"I hope we can use this moment of solidarity to help ensure that the countries of this region never have to endure the same destruction as we witnessed in May," he said.
Turkey will make nearly $10 billion from privatization of state sales if all of the most recent privatizations, including the national lottery sale for an over the top price, were approved by the government Turkeyâs income from privatizations since the beginning of the year has exceeded expectations, approaching $10 billion with the recent privatization of a 10-year national lottery li
Top-seed Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark easily advanced to the second round of the Istanbul Cup, defeating Belinda Bencic of Switzerland 6-0, 6-0 on July 15.
Wozniacki allowed no hope for the 17-year-old, dubbed as the leading player in her age group, and finished with a âdouble bagel,â giving away no games.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Titus Corlatean, appreciated the activity and important contribution of the head of the diplomatic mission of the USA in Bucharest, Duane Butcher, to the strengthening of the Strategic Partnership between Romania and the United States of American, reads a press release on Wednesday sent to AGERPRES.
The Sofia Regional Court allowed the divulging of bank secret on the debtors of the Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), reports Dnevnik.bg.
According to the website, the request was made by the prosecution on July 9, in connection to the investigation against the Bulgarian National Bank sub-governor Tsvetan Gunev who was in charge of banking sector oversight.