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02.03.2006.

FT.com: Montenegro faces poll pressure

European Union foreign ministers will today urge political leaders in Montenegro to settle a dispute over the terms for a planned independence referendum...

02.03.2006.

Globeandmail.com:Will Montenegro be Europe's newest state?

These days, if you visit the capital, Podgorica, a plain-looking city in a mountain valley beside a Russian-owned aluminum smelter that provides almost half the economy, you may be surprised to hear some familiar terms: "sovereignty-association," for example, and "distinct society...."

07.02.2006.

Southeast European Times: Montenegro seeks to foster improved business climate

Montenegro has enormous human resource potential and could see major improvements if it adapts to the needs of the global marketplace, according to Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic. Institutional reform is a key step along that path. /www.setimes.com/

25.01.2006.

B92: Train wreck death toll confirmed at 44

PODGORICA -- Tuesday There are at least 45 confirmed casualties resulting from yesterdays train derailment in Montenegro, including five children. Among the dead are six children and a total of 198 people were injured in the accident. Montenegrin Police Force Director, Veselin Veljovic said that the police currently have not received any reports of missing persons, adding that family members of four individuals had filed missing persons reports, but all four individuals were later confirmed as casualties in the crash...

25.01.2006.

Rome,Italy - AKI: MONTENEGRO: AT LEAST 44 KILLED IN RAILWAY DISASTER

Podgorica, 24 Jan. (AKI) - At least 44 people have been killed and close to 200 injured in the worst railway disaster in the history of Montenegro, the director of Podgorica Clinical center Miodrag Djurovic said on Tuesday. The disaster took place late Monday afternoon, when a passenger train lost control and plunged into the Moraca River canyon, some 20 kilometers north of Podgorica. After visiting the scene of the disaster, Montenegro president Filip Vujanovic ordered the Ministry of Transport and Railway Management to launch an inquiry into what happened...

25.01.2006.

All Headline News - USA: 'Day Of Mourning' As 41 Killed In Montenegro Train Crash

Matthew Borghese - All Headline News Staff Writer

Podgorica, Montenegro (AHN) - Authorities now say that 41 people are dead after a passenger train derailed in the Balkan nation of Montenegro. Montenegro Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic was at a hospital in Podgorica where many of the injured are being treated, and says that "the government is dedicated to assist the victims' families..."

25.01.2006.

Glasgow - UK Europe News: Montenegro mourns victims of its worst ever train accident

Podgorica - Montenegro was in mourning Tuesday as the death toll in the country's worst ever train disaster climbed to 45, including five children and with victims believed still to be trapped in the wreckage...

25.01.2006.

DTT-NET. COM: Death toll at Montenegro train derailment rises to 43

DTT-NET.COM The number of dead passengers when a train derailed on Monday evening near Montenegros capital Podgorica rise to 43 (5 children among them) and 198 injured, according to the medical authorities...

25.01.2006.

Islamic Republic News Agency - Tehran: Montenegrin minister: Independent Montenegro would not wait long for admission in world organizations Podgorica

Montenegrin Minister for Foreign Economic Relations and European Integrations Gordana Djurovic said Tuesday that Montenegro would not have to wait long to be accepted in international organizations in case it proclaims independence, reported the Serbian news agency Tanjug...

25.01.2006.

Russia -The Moscow Times. com: Train Derailment Kills Dozens in Montenegro

BIOCE, Serbia-Montenegro -- Emergency teams resumed searching the wreckage of a four-car passenger train Tuesday, which derailed and plunged into a river canyon outside the Montenegrin capital, killing at least 44 people and injuring 198, officials said...