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Living close to the “Turkish” district in Brussels, I am used to young people celebrating in their cars after an important football play. But when looking more closely this afternoon I realised that it wasn’t the Turkish nor the Fenerbahçe flag they were waving. The name on the flag was Kosova.

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This controversial video is currently shown on African television channels. It has been produced in Switzerland, with some EU support. Maybe the next step is a video showing dead African immigrants arriving on Europes Southern borders? What a shame for Europe that it has no other message than that. Further reading: TV Campaign Tries to… » read more

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On Sunday, 25 November, Romania will hold its first European elections. While Romanian MEPs have been already present in the European Parliament as observers and since 1/1/2007 as regular members it is the first time that Romanias will have the possibility to directly elect their candidates to the European Parliament. Romania 7th largest country in… » read more

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Alex Iskold has written an article about Who is blogging and why? While the article is mainly about the major trends and whether bloggers blog for pleasure or for money (so called pro-bloggers) and whether there is a general decline in blogging, one commentor says what he thinks is the main reason for blogging: visbility… » read more

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