- Balkan Pink Panthers stuff of local legend
CETINJE, Montenegro - Their nickname comes straight from Peter Sellers and Inspector Clouseau, but there's nothing bumbling about them.In heists from London to Paris to Tokyo, the crime ring that Interpol calls the Pink Panthers... ツェティニェは、モンテネグロは - そのニックネームはまっすぐピーターセラーズとクルーゾー警部からは来るは何もない、ロンドンからthem.Inのheistsについてパリに東京に頼りなさそうだ、犯罪リングインターピンクのパンサーズを呼び出して...
- Cuba, Montenegro sign cooperation deal
Cuba and Montenegro signed a cooperation agreement Tuesday on economy, politics, health, culture, transport and the environment, local media reported.
It was signed by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez and his Montenegrin counterpart Milan Rocen.
Rocen told reporters after signing the document that the friendship between the two nations is older than the birth of Montenegro as an independent state, adding people in his country, old and young alike, are familiar with many facets of Cub ... キューバとモンテネグロは報告、地元メディアに署名協力2009、経済、政治、健康、文化、交通と環境協定を
- FM: Extraditing Thaksin not simple
It will not be easy to extradite former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra from Montenegro to Thailand as he is now a citizen of that country, assistant to the foreign minister Panich Wikitsate said on Thursday morning. それはモンテネグロからタイに彼は今、その国の市民は、外交通商部長官Panich Wikitsateのアシスタントである元首相タクシンを引き渡すに簡単ではないだろう木曜日の午前と述べた
- Philippines charges 189 with massacre
November 2009 killings blamed on Ampatuan clan – allies of the president – trying to eliminate rival Mangudadatu family from pollA Manila court has issued formal arrest warrants for 189 people suspected in the election-related massacre of 57 people last year – the country's largest murder case since war crimes trials that followed the second world war.Most of the suspects are former government-armed militiamen and police loyal to a powerful clan.The court ordered police to continue detaining seven others including the clan patriarch, Andal Ampatuan Sr, and several of his sons, who were arrested without formal warrants on suspicion of plotting the 23 November killings in southern Maguindanao province, said a state prosecutor, Juan Pedro Navera.Among those covered by the arrest warrants are 47 police officers who were placed in custody after being suspended by the national police for alleged involvement in the killings, said Francisco Don Montenegro, chief of the national police investigation and detection group. The 142 others still at large included 99 former militiamen, 16 police officers and four soldiers, Montenegro said.Within days of the massacre police arrested the clan leader's son, Andal Ampatuan Jr, on multiple murder charges. Prosecutors filed an indictment against his father and 195 others in February. No arrest warrants were issued at that time because prosecutors were still gathering evidence and witnesses.The indictment said they were all part of a conspiracy to ambush and kill members of the rival Mangudadatu family and their supporters, who were gunned down on a hilltop in Maguindanao. The attack apparently was aimed at preventing Esmael Mangudadatu from challenging the Ampatuans' control of the province in an election in May for the governorship.Among t 2009年11月殺人Ampatuan一族のせい - 社長の同盟 - pollAマニラの裁判所からのライバルMangudadatu家族を排除しようとすると189人の選挙の疑い57人が昨年 - 国内最大の殺人事件以来、関連の虐殺を正式に逮捕令状を発行していますそのアールの元政府は、被疑者、民兵組織と警察の強力なclan.The裁判所に忠実な武装した第二次世界war.Most続く戦争犯罪裁。警察は、藩祖、Andal Ampatuan Srを含む7人が拘束して続行するといくつかの命。彼人正式な令状なしに南部マギンダナオ州省では11月23日殺人のプロットの疑いで逮捕された人の息子、状態の検事は、フアンペドロNavera.Amongこれらの逮捕状で覆わ拘束によって中断された後に配置された47の警察官ているという殺害への関与疑惑のための国家警察は、サンフランシスコドンモンテネグロ、国家警察の捜査と検出グループの責任者だ
- Montenegro becomes an associate member of the EU
The tiny Balkan country of Montenegro became an associate member of the European Union (EU) on Saturday, reported Montenegrin state radio and television network RTCG.
According to Gordana Djurovic, minister for European Integration, the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) with the EU took effect on May 1, having been ratified by all 27 EU member states. As of June, Montenegro will be able to participate directly in the Council of SAA.
Djurovic stated that the associate status wil ... バルカンの国のモンテネグロの小さな土曜日EU）の上（準加盟の欧州連合となり、RTCGを報告モンテネグロの国営ラジオやテレビのネットワーク
- The unaffordable Eurovision song contest | Jonathan Moles
The annual festival of camp is being hit by the financial crisis – which means some countries need to rein in their spendingIt's all Denmark's fault really. For years, the Eurovision song contest had been an annual test of new television and satellite technology dressed up as a music competition. Then, in 2000, Denmark held the annual camp-fest in a stadium with 39,000 people in attendance. Ever since, it's been a contest to get bigger and better every year. With three three-hour shows over a week, 39 entrants and untold numbers of journalists from across the world in attendance, this is a logistical nightmare. And it's surprisingly expensive. NRK, Norway's main broadcaster, is spending 211m kroner (£23m) on hosting it.Some of this enormous sum can be recouped (sponsorship, broadcast fees, ticket sales) but basically it's the cost of showing off to the rest of Europe for a week. It seems, however, that the financial crisis means that showing off is a luxury that many European countries can no longer afford. Montenegro and Andorra both pulled out due to the cost, as did Hungary, apparently at the behest of the IMF. Lithuania wavered before a private company came to the rescue and paid their participation cost.It's not just the cost of taking part. Very few countries actually seem to want to win and spend money they just don't have. Last year the BBC held a huge selection process with a song by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Our entrant, Jade, was sent on a massive tour of Europe to bolster our chances. This year our entry, Josh, was selected in a 90-minute show on a Friday night when no one was watching. His promotional activity seems to have consisted of the Dutch version of This Morning. Things are no better elsewhere. France, represented in 2009 by the divine Patricia Kaas, has キャンプの例祭は、金融危機 - いくつかの国々はspendingItすべてのデンマークの障害が本当にあるの抑制する必要がありますというわけでヒットされている
- Serbia-EU interim trade accord enters into force
An interim trade agreement between Serbia and the European Union (EU) officially came into force on Monday.
The full implementation of the agreement represents a clear political signal and opens the path for Serbia's EU accession, Milica Delevic, director of the Serbian European Integration Office, was quoted as saying by Serbian state news agency Tanjug.
The Serbian government said earlier that the entry into force of the agreement is important as the EU has to abolish customs duties on i ... セルビアと欧州連合（EU）の間の暫定的な貿易協定が正式発効日だった
- eurovision 1 semi-final
1,モンテネグロ - andrea demirovic - just get out of my life
2,チェコ - gipsy.cz - aven romale
3,ベルギー - copycat - copycat
4,ベラルーシ - petr elfimov - eyes that never lie
5,スウェーデン - malena ernman - la voix
6,アルメニア - inga & anush - jan jan
7,アンドラ - スザンヌ・ジョージィ（susanne georgi） - la teva decisió (get 8,a life)
9,スイス - ラブバグズ (lovebugs) - the highest heights
10,トルコ - hadise - d m tek tek
11,イスラエル - noa & mira awad - there must be another way)
12,ブルガリア - krassimir avramov - illusion
13,アイスランド - yohanna - is it true?
14,マケドニア - next time - neshto shto ke ostane
15,ルーマニア - elena - the balkan girls
16,フィンランド - waldo's people - lose control
17,ポルトガル - flor-de-lis - todas as ruas do amor
18,マルタ - chiara - what if we
19,ボスニア＝ヘルツェゴビナ - regina - bistra voda