army

Iohannis: I voice my entire compassion for the loss of the Romanian military's life

President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday sent a condolence message following the terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, resulted in the death of a Romanian serviceman, and added that the Army is and will continue to be a fundamental institution of Romania.

Three killed in Greek helicopter crash near island of Poros

A private helicopter crashed near a Greek island resort Tuesday, killing two Russian passengers and the Greek pilot and causing power outages after electricity lines were damaged in the crash.
Authorities said the three bodies were recovered by navy divers at the crash in shallow water near the main port of Poros, an island 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of Athens.

"Self-proclaimed" Albanian President and Haradinaj's close associate murdered abroad

Festim Lato, residing in Afferden, a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland, has his own private army. Various Dutch authorities were aware of this, but did not intervene, the Dutch Telegraaf reports based on sources and its own research.
Lato was the self-proclaimed President of Chameria, an unrecognized republic on the border of Albania and Greece.

Myanmar’s Persecuted Rohingya Join Balkan Route into Europe

Mulla was one of three Rohingya in the Kikinda camp near Serbia's northern borders with European Union members Hungary and Romania.

Ali Mulla at Kikinda refugee camp. Photo: BIRN

Besides the three in Kikinda, Serbia's Commissariat for Refugees says it has registered only four other Rohingya, in the summer of last year.

Which country is, actually, the biggest donor in providing equipment to Serbian Army

Namely, Serbia received about $ 10 million in assistance from the US in equipment and money, making it the number one donor country, daily Blic reports.
Second on the donor list is China, which has donated around € 5.2 million, followed by Norway with € 586,000, Denmark with € 494,860 and the UK with £ 169,000, respectively.

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