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          Crown Prince Leka: “Kosovo and Albania should be united under a monarchy”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In an interview with the Albanian newspaper Diell, Crown Prince Leka II says that he thinks, the best solution for Kosovo and Albania would be to unite under a re-established Albanian monarchy. The Crown Prince points out that ever since the royal family returned from their life in exile, their task has been to take down […]
          Vucic's Kosovo policy is unconstitutional, party warns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The DSS has assessed that President Aleksandar Vucic's policy favoring "delineation" with the Albanians represents an unconstitutional activity. The opposition party - which recently announced it was leaving all local-level coalition with Vucic's ruling DSS - said in a press release on Thursday that such an idea implies advocating in favor of changing Serbia's state borders, and in favor of renouncing a part of the country's territory.
          Vucic: My policy is delineation with Albanians      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday he was in favor of "delineation" with the Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija. "I am in favor - and this is my policy - of delineation with the Albanians. To have a territory which it is not known who is treating it in what way, and what belongs to whom - that it is always a source of potential conflict," Vucic told reporters in the town of Sid.
          Important Decision of the Albanian Ministry of Justice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Musica. Inva Mula a Sorrento Incontra      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Venerdì 10 agosto, ore 21.15, chiostro di San Francesco, ingresso libero

Sorrento - Un'altra produzione originale del Centro di produzione multidisciplinare “Teatro Comunale Tasso”, nell'ambito del gemellaggio artistico Sorrento – Albania. Un recital lirico di una diva: Inva Mula. Venerdì 10 agosto, ore 21.15, al chiostro di San Francesco di Sorrento (ingresso libero) la grande artista sarà accompagnata al piano da Genc Tukiçi ed eseguirà arie tratte dal grande repertorio lirico e da canzoni internazionali. Soprano di fama mondiale, figlia d'arte, nella sua carriera ha interpretato i ruoli principali di opere liriche, quali La Boheme, La Traviata, Rigoletto, Lucia di Lammermoor e Carmen, Inva Mula ha cantato in prestigiosi teatri, quali Teatro alla Scala di Milano, Opéra National de Paris, Metropolitan Opera House di New York, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden di Londra, Wiener Staatsoper e Teatro Municipal de São Paulo. Inoltre, ha collaborato con grandi Direttori quali Riccardo Muti e Daniel Oren. Nell'ambito cinematografico, la sua voce è presente in film come The Fifth Element di Luc Besson nella famosa scena dell'aliena blue. L’evento rientra nel cartellone di Sorrento Incontra, il calendario di appuntamenti, con la direzione artistica di Mvula Sungani, promosso dal Comune di Sorrento in collaborazione con la Fondazione Sorrento e la Federalberghi Penisola Sorrentina, ed organizzata da Arealive e PdArtmedia. La rassegna è il contenitore unico degli eventi sostenuti dall’amministrazione comunale guidata dal sindaco Giuseppe Cuomo, e coordinati dal dirigente del Settore Cultura, Antonino Giammarino, in partnership con importanti istituzioni nazionali ed internazionali come la fondazione Ilica, il Calandra Italian American Institute, La City University of New York e la Campania Music Commission. Info line 0815335246.
          Patriotism guides Greenwich man's work at Mideast think tank - Greenwich Time      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Patriotism guides Greenwich man's work at Mideast think tank
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GREENWICH — When Greenwich resident James Schreiber was eating at Blackstones Steakhouse three years ago with his wife, Wendy, waitress Saranda Aliu greeted them in accented English that took him back to the Albanian refugee camps he had once ...

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          Muere otra víctima de tragedia vial en Custecitas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Al fallecer ayer la joven Dubis Daniela Rocha Delgado de 19 años de edad en el centro asistencial de Maicao, del vecino departamento, a donde había sido trasladada desde el Hospital San Rafael de Albania.

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Patriotism guides Greenwich man's work at Mideast think tank
Greenwich Time
GREENWICH — When Greenwich resident James Schreiber was eating at Blackstones Steakhouse three years ago with his wife, Wendy, waitress Saranda Aliu greeted them in accented English that took him back to the Albanian refugee camps he had once ...

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Expectations - Bebe Rexha (2018)

Debutto sulla lunga distanza di Bleta Bebe Rexha, giovane produttrice, songwriter e cantante statunitense di Brooklyn, New York, ma, come si può facilmente intuire dal nome, proveniente da una famiglia di chiare origini albanesi (il padre è nato a Debar, quando ancora apparteneva alla ex Jugoslavia, oggi nella Repubblica della Macedonia del Nord, la madre è nata negli USA da una famiglia emigrata da Gostivar, altra cittadina una volta appartenente alla Jugoslavia, oggi alla Repubblica della Macedonia del Nord, entrambe situate vicino al confine con l'Albania, ed entrambe a larga maggioranza etnica albanese). Ha scritto canzoni per Eminem e Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Iggy Azalea, Nick Jonas, David Guetta, Tinashe, e poi si è messa in proprio. Il suo genere è a cavallo del pop, dell'RnB, e della dance elettronica. E' vero che forse esagera con l'auto-tune, ed è un peccato perché mi pare abbia una bella voce, ma a scrivere canzoni ci sa fare, ed il disco è un gioiellino pop. Ospiti Quavo, Tory Lanez e i Florida Georgia Line.



Long-distance debut by Bleta Bebe Rexha, a young producer, songwriter and American singer from Brooklyn, New York, but, as you can easily guess from the name, coming from a family of clear Albanian origins (the father was born in Debar, when still belonged to the former Yugoslavia, today in the Republic of Northern Macedonia, the mother was born in the USA from a family emigrated from Gostivar, another town once belonging to Yugoslavia, today to the Republic of Northern Macedonia, both located near the border with the Albania, and both with a large ethnic Albanian majority). She wrote songs for Eminem and Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Iggy Azalea, Nick Jonas, David Guetta, Tinashe, and then set up on her own. Its genre straddles pop, RNB, and electronic dance. It's true that maybe she exaggerates with auto-tune, and it's a shame because I think she has a nice voice, but she's pretty good at writing songs, and the album is a little pop jewel. Guests Quavo, Tory Lanez and the Florida Georgia Line.
          A Sorrento recital lirico del soprano Inva Mula      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

SORRENTO. Un’altra produzione originale del Centro di produzione multidisciplinare “Teatro Comunale Tasso”, nell’ambito del gemellaggio artistico Sorrento – Albania. Un recital lirico di una diva: Inva Mula. Domani, venerdì 10 agosto, alle ore 21:15, al chiostro di San Francesco di Sorrento (ingresso libero) la grande artista sarà accompagnata al piano da Genc Tukiçi ed eseguirà […]

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          Comment on Slăbiciunea pentru aviaţie a rudelor demnitarilor din R. Moldova. Un nou episod by Victor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tara mai "terminata" ca Moldova am vazut doar prin Africa si ceva Asia- am vazut pana acum cam 40 de tari si stiu ce spun. Imi aduc aminte prima mea vizita in Albania, era anul 2002 si respectiva tara era de o saracie la care nu-mi imaginam ca vom ajunge si noi. A trecut timpul si am mai vizitat Albania anul trecut, diferenta este enorma, ei au evoluat asa cum noi nici nu visam iar procesul de aderare la UE se desfasoara cu pasi rapizi. Unul din motivele care a dus la progresul Albaniei a fost destructurarea nepotismelor, si a coruptiei intr-o masura mica totusi, dar asta a fost important la ei, promovarea meritocratiei la locul de munca, nimic mai mult. Recent am zburat prima data cu Air Moldova si nu pot sa spun cat de rusine mi-a fost de insotitoarele de zbor care de abia vorbeau in Romana, anunturile le faceau cu acel accent tipator de "Bini ats venit la Bucuresti" , capitanul de bord a facut anunt in Engleza si Rusa, in romana a pronuntat doar cateva cuvinte stricate.
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[…] the end of the Kosovo War in 1999, the cease-fire lines contained a couple of anomalies. The majority Albanian Presevo Valley […]
          ON THE AVENUES: There's only one way to cure City Hall's institutional bias against non-automotive street grid users, and that's to #FlushTheClique.       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ON THE AVENUES: There's only one way to cure City Hall's institutional bias against non-automotive street grid users, and that's to #FlushTheClique.

A weekly column by Roger A. Baylor.

For more years than I care to remember, I’ve been attending weekly Board of Public Works and Safety (BOW) meetings, admittedly on an irregular basis, although still often and depressingly enough to justify frequent bottles of gin.

Just think of the books I’ve missed reading.

BOW's weekly grind largely consists of a procession of engineers, contractors and utility company representatives, who march to the podium and ask for permission to destroy existing infrastructure in order to improve it, by digging holes, felling trees, milling streets and maintaining essential backflow -- which in this instance means those many rivulets of convenience cash flowing into eager campaign finance ponds.

I’ve heard hundreds of these requests during the past 15 years, followed by the replies of BOW members and other city officials in attendance. Their words in response seldom vary.

“Will this digging/clearcutting/dynamiting, which we’ll be numbly and ritualistically approving anyhow, even dare impact passing drivers in their cars?”

Once in a blue moon someone thinks to ask a different kind of question.

“Will this digging/clearcutting/dynamiting impact sidewalk users -- walkers in the general sense, but especially disabled persons, who might have no other options to bypass closed sidewalks when BOW’s stated objective is to coddle drivers?”

On those rare occasions when a board member or functionary utters such heresy, he or she recoils immediately, as though smacked in the face by an evil spirit bearing a two-by-four.

“No, no, Mr. Nash -- I take it all back! Go ahead and pile dirt and debris on the sidewalk, even when it’d be easier to take up a parking space for them. By all means, leave your work trucks to block passage by those on foot or using a wheelchair. In fact, make those wheelchairs go out into the street so we can blame the disabled when speeding cars hit them broadside -- anything, just don’t rescind my invitation to the paving company’s annual costume ball.”

The preceding is an example of how car-centrism is reflective of institutional bias in places like New Albany.

A tendency for the procedures and practices of particular institutions to operate in ways which result in certain social groups being advantaged or favored and others being disadvantaged or devalued. This need not be the result of any conscious prejudice or discrimination but rather of the majority simply following existing rules or norms. Institutional racism and institutional sexism are the most common examples.

Institutional bias helps to explain why Jeff Speck’s proposals to revolutionize our city’s street grid suffered a grim and meticulous death by a thousand belches and almost as many farts.

Speck’s plan was pruned again and again until the majority of design mechanisms intended to bring about the greatest positive change for the greatest number of overall users, whether behind the wheel of a car or navigating a skateboard, were left despoiled on the cutting room floor amid the laughter of Pinocchio Rosenbarger and David “Playboy of the Western World” Duggins.

Isolated in an otherwise untouched design vacuum, stripped of Speck’s ancillary buttresses, two-way traffic alone couldn’t have ever proven capable of transformation. It has been slightly helpful within its straitjacket, as tailored by the most intellectually deficient mayor in this city’s history, but it needs lots of help, beginning with one simply imperative.

Flush the fuckers, ASAP.

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Institutional bias and institutional inbreeding aren’t exactly the same concept, although it might be argued that the first is an inevitable outcome of the second.

In the case of bureaucrats appointed to BOW, the redevelopment commission and other city agencies, we see the same “idea” people making the same decisions in conjunction with the same engineers, contractors and vendors -- and with the same underachieving results. At times these functionaries swap positions, but seldom is there any challenge to basic assumptions.

Hence the design conformity that comes to characterize closed systems. No new ideas can penetrate the circled wagons, and in political terms, the clique chooses to optimize whichever “outside” contributors (HWC Engineering and Jacobi, Toombs and Lanz being prominent local examples) who understand best how to prime the pump for maximum political patronage.

It's recurringly revolting, hence the generalized institutional bias, because dude: it’s always been this way. Cars come first. Multiple users of a street? Do they even vote? Why don't they have cars to begin with?

Planned paving obsolescence and proper pothole prioritization -- now there’s the ticket to many happy electoral returns.

After Chloe Allen was killed by a driver who went scot free, I wrote a fictional statement that we should have heard emanating from Jeff Gahan’s graft-smeared lips, and of course did not, because cynical and self-aggrandizing political calculations are why he’s here, or in the case of human emotion, they’re why he’s never, ever, here at all.

Kindly allow me to update it, but first, note that when the city of New Albany’s piecework feed supplier at Twitter deigned to mention Matt Brewer’s death, he or she already had been instructed that the paramount mission in any such mention was to declaim responsibility.


Yay! It wasn't our fault! Can't blame us!

Right. You know what this is?

It's just plain sick.

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AN IMAGINED STATEMENT FROM OUR MAYOR

My fellow New Albanians, as your mayor – no, strike that.

I’m sorry. This isn’t the usual boilerplate.

As a human being, I’m saddened that a resident of New Albany lost his life skateboarding along Spring Street. Matt Brewer was only trying to return home after doing what he loved, and now he’s dead.

It’s unacceptable, it’s tragic, there are no excuses, and we’re going to do something about it. We cannot restore his life, but we can heed the words of Ms. Lori Kay Sympson, a friend of the late Chloe Allen, who in 2016 lost her life trying to cross Spring Street:

"If anything good can come of this, it'll be that this intersection is made safer."

In 2018, we’re referring to the intersection at 9th Street and East Spring, but actually the topic is enhanced safety for all street grid users on Spring (and Elm, and Market, and for that matter, all our streets). 

We’ll be taking a fine-tooth comb to our street grid, because for too long, we’ve ignored the dangers at this and other intersections in New Albany. This is going to change.

It’s critical for everyone who uses city streets that safety is not restricted to one or another crosswalk, or to this or that street. We have a problem.

We also have an opportunity.

Hazards are abetted on a daily basis by the way we’ve chosen to manage the city’s street grid. Indiana law plainly advises drivers that walkers have the right of way – and just as plainly, walkers in New Albany know that our streets are a coin flip at best. We may have sidewalks, but we don’t have walkability.

That’s because traffic safety has come to be viewed entirely as safety for drivers of cars, and not the city as a whole, including those who move about in other ways -- walking, biking, in wheelchairs or carts, or using skateboards. The problem at intersections like 9th and Spring, or Spring and Vincennes, extends for many blocks in all four directions. 

We cannot improve safety by merely treating symptoms. Only major surgery will be effective. We had the chance last year, and frankly, we blew it.

When I chose Jeff Speck to pioneer a walkability study for New Albany, it was done with the recognition that his factual, reality-based recommendations would preface a bold new chapter in the city’s history by restoring an environment suitable for all citizens and all users of our streets, whether on foot, riding a bicycle or driving a car.

Automotive traffic was never intended to move at highway speeds through built-up urban areas intended for the speed of your child at play, not for limited-access conditions like those on an interstate highway.

Unfortunately our city officials lost sight of the possibilities. So did I, so did HWC Engineering, and now we’re all going to return to Speck’s tool kit and do the things we failed to do with the two-way grid modernization program, and with the ultimate objective of slowing and calming traffic.

When it comes to humans driving cars, speed, inattentiveness and recklessness kill. It’s intolerable, and it has to stop.

Certainly law enforcement plays a part in any potential solution, but Speck’s proposals were based on empirical evidence. They were based on facts, and we simply didn’t implement them. We closed our minds to innovative thinking, and now it’s time to do the right thing and implement area-wide traffic calming as quickly as possible; not only must safety be our first imperative, but we also must apply principles of “quality of life” to this city as a whole, and to manage the city according to best practices for all grid users, not just some.

Call the street reform process as you will, so long as you grasp the necessity. Walkability, complete streets and street calming are good for neighborhoods, property values, quality of life and small business success. Cities all across the country provide examples, and we need only follow suit.

Some might point to statistics, and say that when it comes to deaths by walkers and bicyclists at the hands of people driving cars and trucks, New Albany is better than the national average.

That’s no consolation, and it is no reason to refrain from proven methods of doing better. Public safety is the very last place to be miserly, whether with money or scrutiny. An active, progressive, forward-thinking city is far more than the sum of its automobiles.

Rather, a city is about people like Matt Brewer and Chloe Allen, and the best -- the only -- way for us to honor their sacrifice is to get this damn thing right, once and for all.

I hope you’ll join us in the effort -- now, not later.

Mayor Jeff M. Gahan

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Yes, I know. An unlikelihood of epic dimension, but a boy can dream about mayors who aren't built from silly putty and composite Disney caricatures.

Meanwhile, one after the other, Team Gahan's merry practitioners of institutional bias -- those arrogant products of institutional inbreeding -- step forward at the BOW meeting to insist our spanking new flashing yellow pedestrian crossing lights actually work (they don't), that speeds have appreciably slowed since two-way traffic was instituted (they haven't), and if deficient citizens in wheelchairs and carts, on foot or with skateboards, wish to avoid being killed or maimed, can’t they just stay on the sidewalk?

Of course, only in those cases when BOW hasn't already approved blocking the sidewalk so as to spare inconvenience to drivers, most of whom never notice they're being fellated because they're too busy staring at their phones while driving.

Team Gahan surveys the neighborhood carnage, and says: "Who are you going to believe, us or your own two eyes?"

Lasik isn't necessary to answer that one. In truth, Team Gahan is the problem, not the solution, and it’s them, not us, in immediate need of being institutionalized -- and yet we have a far better solution: #FlushTheClique and #FireGahan2019.

Flush Gahan’s toxic legacy, and it will travel through the sanitary sewer system, eventually re-entering the Ohio River at a point just downriver from the skate park by the amphitheater.

It's time for them to go. Then maybe we can get something accomplished in this town.

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Recent columns:

August 2: ON THE AVENUES: Daze of future passed.

July 26: ON THE AVENUES: Maybe, just maybe, you really can go home again.

July 19: ON THE AVENUES: Confusion, exile, ignobility and resistance amid various other Chronicles of New Gahania.

July 12: ON THE AVENUES: Thanks to Joe Phillips, there'll be pints, union and good times downtown.
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          Iran's Deadly Diplomats      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Combating Terrorism Center at West Point) Matthew Levitt - For decades, Tehran has been dispatching operatives to Europe to carry out assassinations and other acts of terrorism. Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi, accredited to Tehran's embassy in Vienna, was arrested in Germany in July for a bomb plot targeting a rally of Iranian dissidents near Paris. Assadi was an Iranian intelligence officer operating under diplomatic cover. A senior State Department official said on July 10: "The United States is urging all nations to carefully examine diplomats in Iranian embassies to ensure their countries' own security. If Iran can plot bomb attacks in Paris, they can plot attacks anywhere in the world, and we urge all nations to be vigilant about Iran using embassies as diplomatic cover to plot terrorist attacks." In June 2018, an investigation by Dutch intelligence led to the expulsion of two Iranian diplomats based at the Iranian embassy in Amsterdam. This followed the assassination several months earlier of an Iranian Arab activist who was gunned down in the Dutch capital. In March 2018, Albanian authorities arrested two Iranian operatives on terrorism charges. In January 2018, after weeks of surveillance, German authorities raided several homes tied to Iranian operatives who reportedly were collecting information on possible Israeli and Jewish targets in Germany. The State Department has released timelines and maps depicting incidents of Iranian-sponsored operational activities in Europe from 1979 to 2018, including incidents involving Iran's proxy, Hizbullah, as well as those carried out by Iranian agents themselves. European authorities are likely to determine that these are not rogue actions, but the actions of a rogue regime. The writer is director of the program on counterterrorism and intelligence at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
          "Albania y Kosovo deben unirse bajo una monarquía"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

En una entrevista para el diario albanes Diell, Leka II declaro que la mejor solución para Albania y Kosovo es unificarse en un solo estado y restablecer la monarquía. El Principe señala que desde que la familia real regreso de su vida en el exilio, su tarea ha sido derribar las barreras entre los albaneses y promover la unificación de los grupos albaneses en los Balcanes. Ademas, la nueva unión que propone Leka Zogu, establece un monarca. El periódico señala que una Gran Albania, gobernada como una monarquía constitucional, proporcionara…

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          Domestic operations push OTE Group results in Q2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Greece-based OTE Group has reported revenues of EUR959.1 million (USD1.1 billion) for the second quarter of 2018, up 2.2% from the year-earlier period. Adjusted EBITDA climbed 1.6% to EUR319.0 million, while adjusted net profit was up 11.8% y-o-y at EUR45.6 million. Turnover in Greece was up by EUR18.4 million at EUR711.3 million, while sales in Romania grew 0.8% to EUR237.8 million. Operations in Albania accounted for EUR17.2 million in sales, unchanged y-o-y. Mobile subscriptions in Greece reached 8.16 million at end-June 2018, up from 7.74 million a year before, while fixed broadband customers rose from 1.68 million to 1.83 million over the same period. Mobile customer numbers in Romania dropped by 3.4% to 4.68 million, while there was a 3.5% fall in Albania to 1.80 million. In its press release the telco stated: ‘OTE expects the positive trends of the first half of 2018 to continue in the balance of the year, particularly in its domestic market. The recovering economic environment in Greece should provide a favourable background in fixed and mobile telecommunication services, with continuing growth expected in mobile data and broadband. The extended reach of advanced data networks, in both fixed and mobile, drives increased customer reliance on OTE services, supporting its revenue base. Encouraging operational progress is being made in Romania, particularly in mobile.’
          12 beaches in Europe that are best in the fall, without the crowds or peak temperatures      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

sunbeds at elafonissi beach in Crete, Greece European beachesFredrik Rubensson/Flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0

  • Europe has some of the best beaches in the world, but during the summer they're more likely be packed with people.
  • To avoid the crowds and oppressive heat, plan your European beach vacation for September or October. 
  • From Cyprus to England, you can find quieter coasts for sunbathing and swimming in the fall.
  • These 12 spots offer expansive views and nearby activities like hiking and sightseeing. 

Europe's vast and varied coastline offers beaches for all, whether you're into all-out resorts or quiet little coves. But summer can be an oppressive time to visit this continent, with crowds flocking to the sparkling waters of the Med to get their sun fix and temperatures edging into almost triple digits.

Thankfully, September through October brings cooler days and quieter coasts, and it's all still as gorgeous. If you're booking a coast trip, these are Europe's best beaches in the fall.

El Charco Verde, La Palma, Canary Islands (Spain)

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Off the coast of Africa but part of Spain, the most striking thing about La Palma is the black-sand beaches peppering its coastline. El Charco Verde is a calm little cove with just a small bar selling snacks and a wooden boardwalk connecting the footpath at either side of the beach. It's a blissful place to spend a sunny day, and there's ample opportunity for exceptional hiking nearby.

 



San Ciprianu, Corsica (France)

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A long crescent-shaped stretch of golden sand makes this one of Corsica's best beaches. The azure Tyrrhenian Sea — averaging around 70ºF in October — makes for a pleasant swim, but if you're after something more thrilling, rent a small catamaran or kayak to take to the water. San Ciprianu faces southeast, meaning early risers will be rewarded with stunning sunrises over the sea.

 



Ksamil (Albania)

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Few Europeans know that Albania is a spectacular beach destination, and those that do arrive in high summer, so fall is pleasingly quiet. Rather than just one beach, Ksamil has a collection of pretty coves and bays, all with white sand and crystalline waters. For maximum seclusion, swim out to one of the tiny, uninhabited islands between Ksamil and the Greek island of Corfu directly opposite. Don't miss the well-preserved Roman ruins of Butrint nearby.




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          FM: Albanians, their supporters biggest obstacle to solution      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says Kosovo Albanians and those who support them are the biggest problem for resolving the Kosovo issue. The Serbian official also pointed out that Belgrade will continue the fight for territorial integrity and sovereignty.
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Albanian police said they were hunting a gunman who killed eight members of his own extended family in the southern coastal town of Vlore on Friday.

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Albanian police said they were hunting a gunman who killed eight members of his own extended family in the southern coastal town of Vlore on Friday. Reported by Reuters 20 minutes ago.
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TIRANA: Albanian police said they were hunting a gunman who killed eight members of his own extended family in the southern coastal town of Vlore on Friday. They named him as Ridvan Zykaj, 24. "The state police is asking the help of the public to identify the location of the person who committed ...
          Albania: Police seek 24-year-old in slaying of 8 relatives      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

TIRANA, Albania (AP) — Police in Albania say a 24-year-old man shot and killed eight relatives for reasons that still are unknown. Police said Friday that the suspect in the slayings, who was identified as Ridvan Zykaj, fled and remained at large after the slayings in a village 90 kilometers (55 miles) south of the […]
          Agyonlőtte családjának nyolc tagját egy férfi Albániában      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Hat másik rokonát megsebesítette, még keresik. [...]


          Albanees op de vlucht voor politie na achtvoudige moord op familie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

De autoriteiten in Albanië zijn op zoek naar een man van 24 die acht familieleden om het leven zou hebben gebracht. Hij is op de vlucht geslagen. De politie is massaal uitgerukt en heeft foto's van de man verspreid.

Het bloedbad vond plaats in een dorpje ten zuiden van de hoofdstad Tirana. Daar zou de man, Ridvan Zykaj, acht mensen hebben doodgeschoten. De politie weet niet wat zijn motief was.

Onder de slachtoffers zijn onder anderen zijn oudoom, diens gezin en enkele andere verre familieleden. Albanese media schrijven dat de man en zijn familie overhoop lagen vanwege eigendomsrechten. De verdachte zou psychische problemen hebben.

De Albanese politie heeft mensen gevraagd uit te kijken naar Zykaj en waarschuwt dat hij zeer gevaarlijk is.


          Festivalul de Film de la Sarajevo: Şapte producţii cinematografice româneşti în cadrul secţiunilor de competiţie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cea de-a 24-a ediţie a Festivalului de Film de la Sarajevo, care se va desfăşura în perioada 10-17 august, prezintă şapte producţii cinematografice româneşti în cadrul secţiunilor de competiţie, informează Institutul Cultural Român pe site-ul său. Filmele Luna de miere (regia Ioana Uricaru - premieră regională), Un prinţ şi jumătate (regia Ana Lungu - premieră mondială) şi Dragoste 1: Câine (regia Florin Şerban - premieră mondială) sunt incluse în competiţia de lungmetraje. Competiţia de scurtmetraje prezintă în premieră regională filmul Totul e foarte departe în regia lui Enanuel Pârvu şi în premieră mondială producţia Morski Briz în regia Ceciliei Ştefănescu. În competiţia de film studenţesc va fi prezentă în premieră mondială producţia 16 lovituri în regia lui Alexandru Badea şi în premieră regională filmul Albastru şi roşu, în proporţii egale semnat de Georgiana Moldoveanu. Totodată, ediţia din acest an a festivalului cuprinde două filme româneşti în secţiunea dedicată In Focus: Touch me not în regia Adinei Pintilie şi Fotbal infinit de Corneliu Porumboiu. Festivalul pune accent pe regiunea Europei Centrale şi de Est incluzând producţii din Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bosnia şi Herţegovina, Bulgaria, Croaţia, Cipru, Grecia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Muntenegru, România, Serbia, Slovenia, Turcia şi Ungaria. Publicul poate viziona premiere mondiale, internaţionale sau regionale şi o retrospectivă a celor mai de succes producţii ale anului anterior, în secţiunea dedicată In Focus. Programul competiţional al festivalului este împărţit în secţiunile: lungmetraj, scurtmetraj şi documentar. Institutul Cultural Român de la Viena este pentru al patrulea an la rând partener al Sarajevo Film Festival, sprijinind prezenţele româneşti la festival. Pe lângă programul competiţional, un număr semnificativ de cineaşti români sunt invitaţi să participe la programele dedicate industriei cinematografice: CineLink, Docu Rough Cut Boutique şi Talents Sarajevo. CineLink Industry facilitează întâlnirea distribuitorilor şi producătorilor cu realizatorii unor filme aflate în stadiul de post-producţie, prezentând cele mai promiţătoare proiecte regionale. Talents Sarajevo se desfăşoară pe toată durata festivalului, fiind o platformă regională de întâlnire şi pregătire a 61 de artişti aspiranţi din lumea filmului, dintre care opt din România. Iniţiat în 2007 în colaborare cu Festivalul Internaţional de Film de la Berlin şi Berlinale Talents, programul reuneşte participanţi din Europa de Sud-Est şi Caucazul de Sud. Din România au fost selectaţi următorii participanţi: Alfredo Constantin Minea şi Pavel Ulici (actori), Andreea Lăcătuş (regizor), Ana-Maria Voicu (producător), Livia Diana Plopeanu şi Răzvan-Gabriel Dutchevici (scenarişti), Letiţia Gabriela Ştefănescu (editor) şi Victor Morozov (presă). Pentru Pack&Pitch Projects a fost selectat proiectul The Day the Child in me Died â€' producător Ana-Maria Voicu. Docu Rough Cut Boutique prezintă printre cele 5 producţii finaliste, proiectul The Chalice (regia Cătălina Tesar, producător Anda Ionescu). Acest atelier de dezvoltare a proiectelor de film documentar reuneşte în sesiuni de grup, întâlniri individuale şi sesiuni intense de story editing specialişti din domeniu şi echipele filmelor selectate. Proiectele selectate la Docu Rough Cut Boutique intră în competiţie pentru cinci premii în bani şi sprijin non-financiar pentru post-producţie. În acest an, Docu Rough Cut Boutique este organizat în două module, primul desfăşurându-se la Sofia la finalul lunii iunie. AGERPRES/(AS - editor: Mariana Ionescu, editor online: Irina Giurgiu)   Sursa foto: facebook.com/sarajevofilmfestival
          Update: WT Lewis Elementary (Education)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WT Lewis Elementary 6.5.12


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Education
Price: Free, Version: 6.5.0 -> 6.5.12 (iTunes)

Description:

The WT Lewis Elementary app by SchoolInfoApp enables parents, students, teachers and administrators to quickly access the resources, tools, news and information to stay connected and informed!

The WT Lewis Elementary app by SchoolInfoApp features:
- Important school and class news and announcements
- Interactive resources including event calendars, maps, staff directory and more
- Student tools including My ID, My Assignments, Hall Pass & Tip Line
- Language translation to more than 30 languages
- Quick access to online and social media resources

About SchoolInfoApp:
We build great apps for great schools and school districts and have published apps serving thousands of schools and districts around the globe. All we do is develop and manage mobile apps for schools and school districts, so our focus is 100% on doing that incredibly well. The result is apps that are highly rated with features that students, parents, teachers and administrators find to be time-saving, simple and useful.

Features listed may or may not be included depending on your school or district's policies and preferences.

What's New

What's new:
Improved content load times, various calendar and web view enhancements, added Albanian language support.

Thanks for using our app! Our team is constantly working to make the app better for you with regular updates to add new features, enhance the already great features and improve speed and reliability.

WT Lewis Elementary


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Youngstown Community School 6.5.11


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Education
Price: Free, Version: 6.5.0 -> 6.5.11 (iTunes)

Description:

The Youngstown Community School app by SchoolInfoApp enables parents, students, teachers and administrators to quickly access the resources, tools, news and information to stay connected and informed!

The Youngstown Community School app by SchoolInfoApp features:
- Important school and class news and announcements
- Interactive resources including event calendars, maps, staff directory and more
- Student tools including My ID, My Assignments, Hall Pass & Tip Line
- Language translation to more than 30 languages
- Quick access to online and social media resources

About SchoolInfoApp:
We build great apps for great schools and school districts and have published apps serving thousands of schools and districts around the globe. All we do is develop and manage mobile apps for schools and school districts, so our focus is 100% on doing that incredibly well. The result is apps that are highly rated with features that students, parents, teachers and administrators find to be time-saving, simple and useful.

Features listed may or may not be included depending on your school or district's policies and preferences.

What's New

What's new:
Improved content load times, various calendar and web view enhancements, added Albanian language support.

Thanks for using our app! Our team is constantly working to make the app better for you with regular updates to add new features, enhance the already great features and improve speed and reliability.

Youngstown Community School


          Update: Toledo Jr/Sr High School (Education)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Toledo Jr/Sr High School 6.5.11


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Education
Price: Free, Version: 6.5.0 -> 6.5.11 (iTunes)

Description:

The Toledo Jr/Sr High School app by SchoolInfoApp enables parents, students, teachers and administrators to quickly access the resources, tools, news and information to stay connected and informed!

The Toledo Jr/Sr High School app by SchoolInfoApp features:
- Important school and class news and announcements
- Interactive resources including event calendars, maps, staff directory and more
- Student tools including My ID, My Assignments, Hall Pass & Tip Line
- Language translation to more than 30 languages
- Quick access to online and social media resources

About SchoolInfoApp:
We build great apps for great schools and school districts and have published apps serving thousands of schools and districts around the globe. All we do is develop and manage mobile apps for schools and school districts, so our focus is 100% on doing that incredibly well. The result is apps that are highly rated with features that students, parents, teachers and administrators find to be time-saving, simple and useful.

Features listed may or may not be included depending on your school or district's policies and preferences.

What's New

What's new:
Improved content load times, various calendar and web view enhancements, added Albanian language support.

Thanks for using our app! Our team is constantly working to make the app better for you with regular updates to add new features, enhance the already great features and improve speed and reliability.

Toledo Jr/Sr High School


          Update: Taft 7-12 (Education)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Taft 7-12 6.5.11


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Education
Price: Free, Version: 6.5.0 -> 6.5.11 (iTunes)

Description:

The Taft 7-12 app by SchoolInfoApp enables parents, students, teachers and administrators to quickly access the resources, tools, news and information to stay connected and informed!

The Taft 7-12 app by SchoolInfoApp features:
- Important school and class news and announcements
- Interactive resources including event calendars, maps, staff directory and more
- Student tools including My ID, My Assignments, Hall Pass & Tip Line
- Language translation to more than 30 languages
- Quick access to online and social media resources

About SchoolInfoApp:
We build great apps for great schools and school districts and have published apps serving thousands of schools and districts around the globe. All we do is develop and manage mobile apps for schools and school districts, so our focus is 100% on doing that incredibly well. The result is apps that are highly rated with features that students, parents, teachers and administrators find to be time-saving, simple and useful.

Features listed may or may not be included depending on your school or district's policies and preferences.

What's New

What's new:
Improved content load times, various calendar and web view enhancements, added Albanian language support.

Thanks for using our app! Our team is constantly working to make the app better for you with regular updates to add new features, enhance the already great features and improve speed and reliability.

Taft 7-12


          Soldador - Albania, La Guajira      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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