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25.01.2006.

Falls Church,VA,USA - Moldova.org: Dozens die in Balkans train crash

Dozens die in Balkans train crash
At least 44 people were killed when a passenger train plunged into a ravine in southern Montenegro. More than 180 people were injured in one of the worst rail accidents in Montenegro's history, Deutsche Welle reported...

25.01.2006.

Daily Times - Lahore, Pakistan: 44 dead in Montenegro train crash

BIOCE: Forty-four people were killed and 135 injured when a packed passenger train derailed on Monday in one of the worst accidents ever in the tiny Balkan state of Montenegro, officials said...

25.01.2006.

LE SOIR: A la recherche de survivants

Les secouristes sont toujours à la recherche de survivants, éventuellement bloquées dans des amas de ferraille, aprćs le déraillement lundi d'un train bondé dans lequel 46 personnes, dont cinq enfants, ont été tuées et 198 blessées.
Le conducteur du train, lui-même blessé, a été arrêté et était interrogé sur ordre d'un juge d'instruction aprćs cet accident, l'un des plus graves dans ce petit pays des Balkans et qui selon l'agence Tanjug a fait 46 tués et 198 blessés...

25.01.2006.

LA LIBRE BELGIQUE SERBIE-MONTENEGRO: Déraillement d'un train: 44 morts

Des secouristes étaient mardi à la recherche de victimes, éventuellement bloquées dans des amas de ferraille aprćs le déraillement lundi d'un train bondé dans lequel 44 personnes, dont cinq enfants, ont été tuées et 198 blessées.
Le conducteur du train, lui-même blessé, a été arrêté et était interrogé sur ordre d'un juge d'instruction aprćs cet accident, l'un des plus graves dans ce petit pays des Balkans...

25.01.2006.

Reuters - USA: Police combed a wreckage-strewn ravine on Tuesday for passengers still missing from Montenegro's worst train accident

BIOCE, Serbia and Montenegro (Reuters) - Police combed a wreckage-strewn ravine on Tuesday for passengers still missing from Montenegro's worst train accident, which killed 44 people when packed carriages plunged into a river gorge...

25.01.2006.

CBC News - Canada: Passenger train plunges into ravine in Serbia-Montenegro; at least 44 killed

BIOCE, Serbia-Montenegro (AP) - Brake failure may have caused a passenger train to plunge into a ravine outside Montenegro's capital, killing at least 44 people and injuring 198, officials said Tuesday. Rescuers were scouring the wreckage for survivors and not all aboard had been accounted for by Tuesday afternoon...

25.01.2006.

By Predrag Milic

BIOCE, Serbia-Montenegro - Brake failure may have caused a passenger train to plunge into a ravine outside Montenegro's capital, killing at least 44 people and injuring 198, officials said yesterday...

25.01.2006.

TMC. net: Embassy asks for donations over train accident in Montenegro

TOKYO - The Embassy of Serbia and Montenegro in Japan began collecting donations for the victims of a fatal train derailment Monday in Montenegro, which killed 40 people and injured more than 150, its officials said Wednesday...

24.01.2006.

Montenegro: Glamour Redux? - By DENNY LEE

Montenegro was once an A-list playground for the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton and was called the St.-Tropez of the Adriatic. That is, until war came to the Balkans in the 1990's, and Montenegro, which allied itself with the Serbia, suffered NATO air strikes and trade sanctions, crippling its tourism...

21.11.2005.

DTT-NET.COM: Montenegro under heavy pressure by EU to postpone independence3 referendum

(Crna Gora/ Brisel, DTT-NET.COM)

Montenegro pro-independence government is under heavy pressure of European Union (EU) to postpone the referendum on the independence planed for spring 2006, and if the authorities would not concede, then the European bloc is trying to impose strict conditions related to the voting results...