The races for both the Democratic and Republican US presidential nominations could be settled as four states vote in a major round of primary elections, BBC reported Tuesday.
Iraq's presidency has approved the execution of Ali Hassan al-Majid, a Saddam Hussein's cousin and henchman, known to the world as "Chemical Ali" for ordering gas attacks on Iraqi Kurds in the 80s. Majid was condemned to death on genocide charges for kil
A clinic in Las Vegas may have infected 40,000 people with Hepatitis C virus and HIV due to improper medical procedures, US health officials reported. An investigation determined that "unsafe injection practices related to the administration of anaesthes
Serbia's PM Vojislav Kostunica declared the country's territorial integrity is of "the utmost importance" when discussing the possibility for Serbia to join the European Union. "Kosovo is not merely a question of Serbia's wholeness and its territorial in
Germany became Thursday the first country to formalize its recognition of Kosovo by renaming its diplomatic office in Prishtina into an embassy. An inscription reading "Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany" appeared on the fa?§ade of the German dip
Spain's position not to recognize independent Kosovo is justified by international legal documents, and by principles and values accepted by the international community and the EU.
Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek is on a visit to Washington to finalise a controversial agreement over hosting US missile defence shield. The US plans to place radars in the Czech Republic, ostensibly to be used in a shield against rogue states, suc
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko was hospitalized on Thursday due to aggravated flu after gas supply negotiations in Moscow, official reports said. Vice PM Oleksandr Turchynov said Tymoshenko's health condition was "serious" and pointed out her
About 5,000 people demonstrated late Wednesday in Skopje against any change to Macedonia's name demanded by Greece, which says the name could provoke more territorial claims on the Balkans. According to protesters, Macedonia should stop any negotiations
The Serbian government will form a team of lawyers which is going to file suits in international courts against any country that recognizes Kosovo' independence.
European Union regulators imposed the largest ever fine against a single company on the giant Microsoft, set at the record EUR 899 M, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
A high-ranking Russia delegation visited Serbia Monday and signed an agreement for the construction of the South Stream gas transit pipeline on Serbian territory. Russia's delegation was led by the First Deputy PM and Putin's most likely successor as pre
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