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CoE, Albania lacks high court judges

Reports also on Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia

Slovenia codifies same-sex marriage and adoption

Same conditions as those that apply to married couples

Archaeology: at Barcolana Aquileia visits are on a SUP

SUP Trip among artifacts along canals. Deal with site foundation

Hahn, steps forward on rule of law from Hungary

But proposals must be properly implemented

Analysis

Who-Europe:healthcare crucial for cohesion

Scano (Who Rep. Serbia), also for economic development

Centrists win Latvia vote, Russian parties on back foot

Russian-speaking parties on back foot

CoE, in Bosnia high judge support staff ratio to population

Nearly twice the pan-European average

CoE: Montenegro makes a big effort to support justice

Country spent over 39 million euros in 2020

CoE: Serbia has twice as many mediators as other countries

Ratio is 21/per 100,000 residents, a record out of 46 countries

German firm RWE to ditch coal power by 2030: CEO

Germany looks to wind down its reliance on fossil fuels

Ukraine: Nvidia ceases all operations in Russia

US company had already suspended shipments

Greece: US Navy interested in Alexandroupolis port

For hosting and supplying US Arleigh Burke-class destroyers

Balkans: works on highway section Bosnia-Serbia launched

Vucic, Dodik and Cvijanovic at the ceremony

Logistics rail-corridor between Trieste, Villach presented

The project will strengthen cross-border cooperation

Archaeology: at Barcolana Aquileia visits are on a SUP

SUP Trip among artifacts along canals. Deal with site foundation

In Trieste the first Sacher Kaffeehaus outside Austria

Project by architects Dizzi Alfons and Erich Bernhardt.

Barcolana 54 in full swing in Trieste

On October 9 the international regatta

Who-Europe:healthcare crucial for cohesion

Scano (Who Rep. Serbia), also for economic development

Ukraine: Cei, new emergency, pandemic was testing ground

Apuzzo, Covid was useful for crises response development

The government of Ljubljana towards technological neutrality

Chinese tech giants will have again the doors open