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AECOM International Development Inc.

AECOM is recruiting for experienced technical specialists for the USAID Kosovo Energy Security of Supply project. AECOM will be providing technical assistance across the Kosovo energy sector, primarily with the Ministry of Economic Development (MED), for the design and implementation of energy secur

RELIEFWEB.INT - 2017-09-15 07:00:00

Albania to Add an Infantry Platoon in Afghanistan

TIRANA, Albania - Albania's defense minister says it plans to send a third infantry platoon in Afghanistan. Minister Olta Xhacka on Friday said another platoon would join the two existing ones at the Resolute Support mission "in response to U.S. President Donald Trump's new strategy on Afghanistan,"

NEW YORK TIMES - 2017-09-15 18:34:08

A War with North Korea - the American People Aren't Ready

When it comes to North Korea, much digital ink as has been spilled by yours truly on these very pages concerning the dangers and challenges ahead-demonstrated by North Korea's latest missile launch-when it comes to dealing with and deterring the so-called "hermit kingdom." So, let me spare you hours

FOXNEWS - 2017-09-14 23:59:59

Kosovo police raid office of Serbia Red Cross branch

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) - Kosovo police raided the offices of Serbia's Red Cross, questioning some employees and confiscating documents suspected of being used to conduct an illegal census of Serbs in Kosovo. Online news site indeksonline said police officers were attacked by about 60 people during th

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-14 18:47:00

Foreign-Language Oscar Roundup: Eastern European Countries Pick Their Candidates

Kosovo, Bulgaria, and Czech Republic have submitted "Unwanted," "Glory," and "Ice Mother," respectively, for the foreign-language Oscar category. Actor-turned-director Edon Rizvanolli's feature debut, "Unwanted" is a timely social drama about a teenage boy, Alban, who lives in exile in Holland with

VARIETY - 2017-09-14 16:31:09

Kosovar leaders examine multiculturalism and access to public information in Iowa

Open World Leadership Center, a legislative branch agency, is sending a delegation of information management professionals from Kosovo to Cedar Rapids from September 8-16, 2017. While in Iowa, Open World delegates will be hosted by Friendship Force of Cedar Rapids/Iowa City. The delegation of five

MARIONTODAY.ORG - 2017-09-14 15:02:00

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Serbia entitled to resolution ‘carrot’

ANALYSIS/OPINION: David Phillips ("Why Serbia must recognize Kosovo's independence," Web, Sept. 4) presents a very distorted and immature view of Kosovo's "independence." As is common with pro-Kosovo, Albanian Western "experts" and commentators, Mr. Phillips' piece presents no carrots to Serbia and

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2017-09-13 23:59:59

Opinion: Investing in Kosovo's promise

A view of Mitrovica, Kosovo. Photo by: Allan Leonard / CC BY-NC Kosovo is one of the newest countries in the world, but with 30 percent of the population living below the poverty line, it's also one of the poorest countries in Europe. Having gained independence in 2008, it is still in the early stag

DEVEX.COM - 2017-09-13 17:33:15

Oscars: Kosovo Selects 'Unwanted' for Foreign-Language Category

Kosovo has selected Amsterdam-based actor-turned-director Edon Rizvanolli's Unwanted as its candidate for foreign-language film Oscar consideration. The social drama tells the story of a teenage boy from Kosovo, Alban (Jason De Ridder), living in exile in Holland with his mother, Zana (Adriana Matos

MSN.COM - 2017-09-13 17:02:43

Going to school in the Balkans, segregated by ethnicity

In Kosovo, children attend schools based on their ethnic group, Albanian or Serbian, the latter paid for by Belgrade. (AFP Photo/Armend NIMANI) In their ethnically divided school, Kosovo Albanian children only meet up with their Serb counterparts on the playing field. (AFP Photo/Armend NIMANI) Offic

YAHOO! - 2017-09-13 15:50:12

Juncker chides EU candidate Turkey, upbeat on Western Balkans

STRASBOURG (Reuters) - The president of the European Commission said on Wednesday he saw no prospect of Turkey joining the EU in "the foreseeable future" but he had a more optimistic message for six Western Balkan nations also seeking membership. The European Union has become increasingly critical

REUTERS - 2017-09-13 13:26:36

Why 'Good Pope John' fits as patron saint of Italian army

ROME - Despite torrential rains that pounded Rome over the weekend, prompting Mayor Virginia Raggi to appeal to people not to leave their homes while entire neighborhoods were temporarily flooded, things were more or less back to normal by the start of the work week - and, anyway, in Rome, some degr

CRUXNOW.COM - 2017-09-12 06:12:23

KinoX / Movie4K Admin Detained in Kosovo After Three-Year Manhunt

In 2014, police in Germany revealed a manhunt for two brothers said to be behind streaming sites Movie4K and KinoX. Unusually, authorities claimed the pair were violent and possibly armed, hardly common traits among pirate site operators. It's now been revealed that one of the brothers has handed hi

TORRENTFREAK - 2017-09-12 15:20:07

Today at Commission, Myanmar and digital taxation

On the agenda: State of the Union, Myanmar, Martin Selmayr, Hurricane Irma, Libya, taxing tech companies, Kosovo. On the podium: Commission deputy spokesman Alexander Winterstein. College of commissioners' agenda: There's only one subject that matters ... Jean-Claude Juncker's State of the European

POLITICO.EU - 2017-09-11 12:44:58

Assemblyman accepted cash from gun, drug trafficking suspects

Bronx Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj accepted campaign cash from two men indicted for money laundering in connection with drug trafficking and a scheme to smuggle AK-47s and a rocket launcher to Kosovo, records show. Both are named in an indictment filed in Brooklyn federal court alleging extortion, money

NEW YORK POST - 2017-09-11 22:57:20

First cathedral for Mother Teresa is consecrated in Kosovo

View of the Mother Teresa Cathedral in downtown Pristina, the tallest building in Kosovo, also known as the Sanctuary of Mother Teresa. (Valerie Plesch) Pristina, Kosovo - Twenty years after the death of St. Teresa of Calcutta, thousands of Christians and Muslims came together to celebrate the con

NCRONLINE.ORG - 2017-09-11 07:00:00

5 Things You Didn't Know About Dua Lipa!

Progressive pop artist Dua Lipa is making an appearance in the Queen City while opening for Bruno Mars' 24K Magic World Tour. And if you're wanting to meet her, then be sure to register here for your chance to win Meet & Greet passes to hang out with her before the show! Here are a few things to kno

KISS951.COM - 2017-09-11 18:23:43

Veterans share 9/11 recollections

CHILLICOTHE - Adam Williams didn't get to see the horror of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in real time on television with much of the rest of the nation. Beginning in late August of that year, he and his U.S. Army unit had been training in a remote area of Louisiana in preparation for a peac

CHILLICO GAZETTE - 2017-09-11 17:54:52

Gatwick handles record 8m holiday pax over summer

London Gatwick Airport has reported its busiest-ever school summer holiday travel period, recording a total of 8.1m passengers over a seven-week period to the end of August, representing a +2.1% rise on the same period last year. Airport management says this is the first time that the airport has pa

TRBUSINESS.COM - 2017-09-11 16:00:54

Nearly 8 million long-term residents of Germany can't vote in the election

They have to pay taxes, pensions, and mandatory health insurance, but the 7.8 million foreigners who've long called Germany home won't be heading to the polling stations come Sept. 24. The German constitution only permits German citizens to vote in its federal elections. There are 61 million Germans

QUARTZ - 2017-09-11 02:55:26