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Anti-Graft Campaigner Urges Montenegrin Govt to ‘Follow the Money’

Balkan Insight 27 Oct 2021
Montenegro’s government has vowed to root out the organised crime that flourished during three decades of rule by the Democratic Party of Socialists, but serious financial investigations are needed ... Government of Montenegro ... The gang warfare has claimed at least 40 lives in Montenegro, Serbia, Austria and Greece ... The port of Bar in Montenegro.
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An updated list of countries South African travellers can visit

Independent online (SA) 25 Oct 2021
South Africans who are planning to explore this summer season have plenty of travel options this summer season ... Other destinations include the Bahamas, Costa Rica, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Ukraine, Hungary, Montenegro, Lebanon, Serbia and Maldives. There are 36 countries with moderate restrictions ... Please note that this list is constantly updated ... .
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When was the United Nations founded and why?

Metro UK 24 Oct 2021
Who created the UN? (Picture. Getty) ... When was the United Nations first created – and by who? ... That’s 76 years ago now ... Getty) ... The former states Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic and Slovakia) and Yugoslavia (now Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, North Macedonia and Montenegro) were also among the first countries to create the UN.
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Montenegro Prosecution Indicts ‘Kavac’ Gang’s Alleged Kingpin

Balkan Insight 22 Oct 2021
The special state prosecutor’s offices in Podgorica, Montenegro ... Kascelan is listed in Montenegro police records as one of the leaders of the drug gang based in the town of Kotor ... At least 40 people have been killed in Montenegro, Serbia, Austria and Greece in the conflict.
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EU Civil Protection celebrates 20th anniversary delivering assistance to people

Reliefweb 22 Oct 2021
It is a concrete example of EU solidarity in action ... Once activated, the EU's Emergency Response Coordination Centre coordinates and finances assistance made available by EU Member States and six additional Participating States (Iceland, Norway, Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Turkey) through spontaneous offers ... .
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Ghana’s Ambassador to Italy died of heart attack - Report

Ghana Web 21 Oct 2021
Ghana’s Ambassador Extraordinaire and Plenipotentiary to Italy with concurrent accreditation to Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro and FAO, Eudora Hilda Quartey Koranteng, has died of cardiac arrest on Wednesday 20 October, top officials have confirmed.
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Foreign Ministry officially confirms death of Ghana's Ambassador to Italy

Ghana Web 21 Oct 2021
The Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Ministry on late Wednesday confirmed the death of Eudora Hilda Quartey Koranteng, Ghana’s Ambassador to Italy, who is also accredited to Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro and FAO ... in her concurrent capacity to Serbia, the report added.
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Montenegro Ex-Intelligence Chief Arrested for Wiretapping Prosecutor 

Balkan Insight 21 Oct 2021
Government of Montenegro ... Belivuk was arrested in Serbia on February 4, a week after his return from Montenegro, where police allegedly prevented his assassination ... Katnic said the prosecution will ask to be present during the questioning of Belivuk and Miljkovic, as they were also involved in crimes committed in Montenegro.
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World Bank revises up 2021 GDP forecast for Western Balkans to 5.9%

Reuters 21 Oct 2021
In its regular six-month report on the region, the lender estimated that the economies of Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia could grow 4.1% in 2022 and 3.8% in 2023 ... vaccination, with rates below 40% in most countries, except for Serbia and Kosovo.
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Ghana's Ambassador to Italy has died

Ghana Web 20 Oct 2021
News just coming in says that Ghana’s Ambassador to Italy, who is also accredited to Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro and FAO, Eudora Hilda Quartey Koranteng, has died.
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Low vaccination rates recorded in Western Balkan countries

Anadolu Agency 20 Oct 2021
The COVID-19 vaccination rates in the Western Balkan countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo, and Serbia have been below 50%, while Croatia and Montenegro have managed to rise above this rate ... Serbia saw a total of 1.062 million COVID-19 cases and a death toll of 9,214.
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Montenegrin Intelligence Officer’s Suicide Blamed on Agency’s ‘Political Abuse’

Balkan Insight 20 Oct 2021
Government of Montenegro ... Montenegro last December of the heads of the notorious “Janjicari” crime gang, Veljko Belivuk and Marko Miljkovic. Belivuk was arrested in Serbia on February 4, a week after his return from Montenegro, where police allegedly prevented his assassination.
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