Belgrade real estate

The death of Millie the moose causes a stir in Belgrade

Millie the moose had become something of a celebrity in Belgrade since she was first spotted in June. She died on Saturday and some complained on social media that a motorboat hit her, resulting in her death. The state Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife said a preliminary investigation based …

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Czechs summon Russian ambassador over embassy property deals

Armenia has called on the international community to help end Azerbaijan’s “aggressive actions” after an outbreak of violence in which the two sides accused each other of violating a ceasefire in the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Armenia “calls on the international community to take steps to put an end to …

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Djukanovic says photo with Dahlan was taken at Vucic’s house

President of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic during a press conference in Cetinje, Montenegro. Photo: EPA-EFE/BORIS PEJOVIC Milo Djukanovic, President of Montenegro, told N1 television that a famous photo taken of him with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Mohammed Dahlan, adviser to the controversial Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, was taken at …

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BCLP Adds Partner to Atlanta Financial Transactions Practice

By Christine DeRosa (July 25, 2022, 2:35 p.m. EDT) — Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP has added Bob Stupar as a partner in its global financial transactions practice, based in the firm’s Atlanta office, BCLP announced Monday . Stupar joins the firm from Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, where he …

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A transformation of mirror images and Chinese identities

Cui Jie, Shanghai Broadcasting Building, 2018. Acrylic and oil on canvas. Collection of Farhad Karim and Sanda Lwin. Image courtesy of the artist; Pilar Corrias, London; and antenna space, Shanghai “We don’t belong to ourselves any more than what we have belongs to us. We did not make ourselves, we …

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Is Bozeman Real Estate warming up or heading for a deep freeze?

The last two years have been record breaking for real estate here in Bozeman. Many homes have doubled in price, and even with these incredible increases, potential buyers still have to try to outbid others. So, is there any relief in sight? Well, that depends on who you ask. I’ve …

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President Sisi calls on Serbian businessmen to participate in Egyptian national projects – Foreign Affairs – Egypt

El-Sisi made the remarks while attending the Egyptian-Serb Businessmen’s Forum with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vučić in the capital, Belgrade. The President also underlined Egypt’s willingness to foster closer economic and trade cooperation with Serbian businessmen and companies in order to boost joint investments and help support the development process …

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Governor Announces Creation of Montana Housing Affordability Task Force

Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte on Thursday issued an executive order creating a “housing advisory council” to suggest ways the state “can increase the supply of affordable and accessible housing for the workforce.” . In a statement announcing the creation of the task force, the governor acknowledged that housing is a …

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Putin extends fast-track Russian citizenship to all of Ukraine

KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — As Russian missiles struck a key Ukrainian city, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday extended a fast-track procedure for obtaining Russian citizenship to all Ukrainians, another effort to boost the influence of Moscow over war-torn Ukraine. Until recently, only residents of the breakaway Ukrainian regions of …

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Obituary: Curtis John Backlin

Curtis John Backlin, 85, died June 29, 2022. He was born August 16, 1936 in Minneapolis, MN to Clarence and Helen (Dyrland) Backlin. Curt’s family moved to Bozeman when he was about ten years old. He attended Irving Elementary and then Gallatin High School, where he graduated in 1955. On …

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People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Around NH

Enfield-based Visions for Creative Housing Solutions, an Upper Valley nonprofit providing affordable housing for adults with developmental disabilities and other disabling conditions, recently received $400,000 in tax credits from the from the NH Community Development Finance Authority to help fund its fundraising campaign to create permanent supportive housing. for 12 …

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Novak Djokovic on Boris Becker: ‘My heart is broken’

Under the direction of Boris Becker, Novak Djokovic had one of the most successful periods of his glorious career, dominating the ATP Tour and all his opponents. The former German tennis champion, was found guilty of fraudulent bankruptcy and accused of hiding Wimbledon and Australian Open trophies, as well as …

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Boy Scouts of America chapters sell land amid crisis

Photo: Frederic Lewis/Getty Images The Deer Lake Scout Reservation in Killingworth, Connecticut was originally acquired by a local chapter of the Boy Scouts of America as a parcel of farmland in the 1960s. Little has changed in the decades since: The 253-acre camp is a stretch of dramatic rock formations …

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The ‘Cryptoqueen’ is now one of the FBI’s 10 most wanted people

She called herself the “Cryptoqueen” and touted her alleged new digital currency, OneCoin, as the next big thing. But after convincing investors around the world to send her $4 billion, according to federal prosecutors, Ruja Ignatova quietly boarded a flight to Greece and disappeared. OneCoin, according to authorities, was a …

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Corruption reigns supreme among EU candidates from the Western Balkans – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, thanks to on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today’s edition of Capitals, be sure to take a look at Turkey’s Resistance to Sweden’s and Finland’s NATO Membership by Alexandra …

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War and sanctions keep Ukrainian and Russian tourists away from the Adriatic coast

BECICI, Montenegro, June 22 (Reuters) – The once ubiquitous Russian signs along Montenegro’s scenic Adriatic coast have all but disappeared as war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia keep tourists from these countries away from one of their favorite destinations. Adriatic resorts in Croatia, Montenegro and Albania, NATO members that …

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How much do apartments cost in Belgrade and the region?

Real estate prices in Serbia are steadily increasing and real estate agents do not believe that the situation on the real estate market will stabilize in the near future. When comparing real estate prices in Belgrade, the region and different EU countries, according to Serbian standards, Vienna is the most …

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Nordex Group receives first order from Serbia for 105 MW

DGAP-News: Nordex SE / Key word(s): Incoming ordersNordex SE: Nordex Group receives first order from Serbia for 105 MW 13.06.2022 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Nordex Group receives first order from Serbia for 105 MW Hamburg, June 13, 2022. Nordex Group has …

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Ryan Zinke wins GOP nomination in race for new Montana House seat

HELEN, Mont. (AP) – Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke won a surprisingly close race on Thursday to become the Republican nominee in the race for a new U.S. House seat representing Western Montana, a victory that comes after days of manually counting ballots in one county. Zinke beat former state …

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EU blacklists two Serbs for supporting Russia and Belarus

The European Union on Friday announced sanctions against a controversial Serbian businessman and politician, citing his close ties to the regime of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. The Karić brothers, Bogoljub (L) and Dragomir (CL) with Belarusian President Lukashenko (R) in Minsk in 2015. (Photo: President of the Republic of Belarus, …

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City to buy an area for the installation of public works | Municipal

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Russians fleeing sanctions open 1,000 businesses in Serbia – business

BELGRADE – In just over three months since the start of the Ukrainian crisis, Russians have opened more than 1,000 businesses in Serbia, and the latest figures show that more than 10 businesses were registered daily, mainly in the field of new technologies , reported the Serbian Monitor website. Tuesday. …

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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLUSION SALE – West Central Tribune

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORCE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND THE IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PERMITTED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a default has occurred in the terms of the Mortgage described below: DATE OF …

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Best US Public Courses in 2022

Streamsong Black in Florida (Courtesy of Streamsong Resort/Laurence Lambrecht) 1. TPC Sawgrass (players stadium)Ponte Vedra Beach (T15m)What’s the scariest tee shot at TPC Sawgrass? 2. Streamsong (red)Bowling green (T37m)Which golf course is the best at Streamsong 3. Streamsong (black)Boulodrome (T50m)WATCH: Streamsong unlike anything else in Florida 4. Streamsong (Blue)Bowling alley …

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Ukrainian foreign minister accuses Russia of playing ‘hunger games’ by blocking food exports

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has vowed the bloc’s latest ban on Russian oil imports, which will cut flows to the bloc by more than two-thirds, will lower the price Moscow can ask for for its crude while having an impact on the quantity of crude. Moscow will sell …

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Augusta considers new use for former Kmart building as demand for self-storage increases

The old Kmart on Western Avenue in Augusta, seen on a recent Tuesday. Augusta advisers are considering a proposal to turn the vacant space into a self-storage facility. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal AUGUSTA — A growing demand for places to store personal items and gear is leading to a proposal to …

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Despite new funding, Maine may still need more for broadband

(TNS) – The massive sum Maine is expecting from the federal infrastructure bill over the next five years may not be enough to update roads and internet connections, an economist said Tuesday at a conference. It will have to piggyback the expected $2.5 billion in federal funds on existing state …

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Invest in real estate in Minsk World! The promotion lasts until the end of May!

Acquiring an apartment in Minsk World is the main decision in the life of people who dream of a stable and secure, comfortable and happy future for themselves and their families. The multifunctional residential shopping entertainment complex located in the new center of Minsk launched in May the sale of …

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Maine may not get all the federal money it needs for roads and broadband

The massive sum Maine is expecting from the federal infrastructure bill over the next five years may not be enough to update roads and internet connections, an economist told a conference on Tuesday. It will have to piggyback the expected $2.5 billion in federal funds on existing state and local …

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Belgrade authorities call for land conversion to be abolished because it ‘hinders investment’

The statement of the Deputy Mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesić, about the government of Belgrade calling for the abolition of the conversion of the right of use into the right of ownership caused a public outcry. While Vesić claims that this decision stifled investment, Nikola Jovanović of the Center for …

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The Brief – Russia’s hub at the heart of Europe – EURACTIV.com

The European Union has gone to great lengths to sanction Russia for its military aggression against Ukraine and the war crimes committed there. Some of the sanctions are very painful for EU countries, as many of them depend on Russian fossil fuels and other resources – and shutting down businesses …

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Best prices for real estate in ‘Belgrade’ house now!

Buying comfortable apartments in the multifunctional residential, commercial and entertainment complex Minsk World is the best investment for those who want to protect their assets from inflation and ensure a stable and happy future. Apartments are for sale in the new house ‘Belgrade’! Current prices will be in effect until …

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Sotheby’s International Realty opens its first office in Serbia

NEW YORK, May 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Sotheby’s International Realty today announced the opening of KADENA Sotheby’s International Realty in Serbia, signifying the brand’s continued strength in Europe. This addition marks the 10th anniversary of the brandand office affiliated with Eastern Europe and his 205and affiliate office in the EMEIA …

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Miller-Uibo third in Diamond League – wins for Gardiner and Wilson in Puerto Rico, Myers in the Dominican Republic

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Journalist [email protected] USING a new racing pattern, Shaunae Miller-Uibo didn’t get the finish she expected, but it was smooth sailing for quarter mile Steven Gardiner, high jumper Jamal Wilson and triple jumper Tamara Myers. The elite athletes competed in a series of competitions at three …

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Miller-Uibo third in Diamond League, Gardiner and Wilson win in Puerto Rico

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Journalist [email protected] WHILE Steven Gardiner prevailed in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Shaunae Miller-Uibo struggled in Doha, Qatar, as defending Olympics champions Bahamas in the 400 meters faced worthy opponents over the last two days. Gardiner, descending in the rarely run 300m, was joined by high jumper …

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Green Shift gains momentum

The demands for more sustainable investments and green energy have never been higher. Recent weeks have seen a dramatic increase in demand for green energy in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and South Eastern Europe (SEE). As events cause a reassessment of dependence on Russian oil and …

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A Ukrainian mother and her three children seek a new life in Philadelphia, where even the water tastes different

Veronika Pavliutina told her children to choose a special membership. And pick quickly. They needed to leave. Explosions rocked their hometown of Odessa as Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. Eight-year-old Yegor grabbed two toy cars. Nina, 11, took her riding helmet. She loves horses. And Polina, 14, an artist, …

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Goldrich Multipurpose Center Reopens – Beverly Press & Park Labrea NewsBeverly Press & Park Labrea News

Seniors can take exercise classes with fitness instructors at the multipurpose center on Fairfax Avenue. (photo courtesy of Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles) After two years of being unable to meet due to the pandemic, seniors are beginning to return for exercise and classes at the Jewish Family Service …

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May Day photos are celebrated with rallies around the world

Tens of thousands of people marched in cities around the world on Sunday for May Day protests to honor workers and shame governments for doing more for their citizens. In France, protesters shouted slogans against newly elected President Emmanuel Macron, a development that could set the tone for his second …

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Maine has miles of hotly contested abandoned roads

By Abigail Curtis, Bangor Daily News Staff Miles of old roads that have been designated as derelict or derelict run through every town and county in rural Maine, tracing worn lines through woods and former farm fields. But although the designation legal means that municipalities no longer have to maintain …

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Nahan Marketing Company in St. Cloud Expands with East Coast Acquisition

With a recent asset acquisition from a Pennsylvania company, Nahan has expanded its footprint on the East Coast. Nahan has acquired the assets of Intellus Marketing’s mail division, according to an announcement by Nahan. “Direct mail is the fastest growing segment of our business,” Nahan CEO Mike Ertel said in …

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REAL ESTATE OPERATIONS | Subscriber

14331W Court Ears Lake Drive from David Matthew and Tonya S. Reed of Rosemount, Minnesota to Kathryn Kern of Lisle, Illinois. $550,000. Warranty/deed of condo/original sale. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to play premium content. Please enable it in your browser settings. kAm`cbbf( [email protected] ~C6:==6D …

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LE MORTGAGE FORCE SALE NOTICE – West Central Tribune

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORCE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND THE IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PERMITTED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a default has occurred in the terms of the Mortgage described below: DATE OF …

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Montana entrepreneur pleads guilty to tax evasion

The Belgrade, Montana-based co-owner of H&H Earthworks pleaded guilty on April 8 to failing to pay $2.8 million in employee and employer taxes, a felony and failing to file a quarterly filing and paying taxes, a misdemeanor, according to a US department. Declaration of Justice. Melissa Lynne Horner, 42, instead …

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VINCI Airports completes the modernization of Nikola Tesla airport in Belgrade

The airport has conveyor belts to facilitate and speed up the flow of passengers. Credit: VINCI Airports. VINCI Airports has finished modernization works at Nikola Tesla airport in Belgrade in Serbia, with the commissioning of Terminal C at the airport. Covering an area of ​​13,600 m², the new pier offers …

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Election 2022: Three Forks Schools Factory Levy FAQ

Why does the district need a general fund levy when the community just passed a bond? Bonds are used to finance real estate projects, constructions or real estate purchases. Factory royalties are for operating costs. Each’s spend is limited to a specific scope and language. The recently adopted bond for …

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Belgrade construction company co-owner admits not paying $2.8 million in taxes for employees and employers | USAO-MT

MISSOULA — The co-owner of H&H Earthworks, Inc., a Belgrade-based construction company that does commercial site development work in four states, has admitted to failing to pay the IRS about $2.8 million in employee and employer taxes, and instead spent some of the money on personal expenses, including recreational and …

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Roxbury Prep eyes Newmarket site for new high school campus

School won’t be ready for at least two years, and Roxbury Prep leaders say that’s enough time to stabilize the otherwise desolate neighborhood. Besides, they say, Roxbury Prep high school students deserve to finally be together, rather than split between two campuses, in Hyde Park and Roxbury. Students will finally …

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Russian and German companies renting or buying villas in elite areas of Belgrade

The fact that many Russians come to Serbia to buy real estate is something that has been talked about for some time, but little is known about the fact that the commercial space market in the country is changing with the Russian crisis. -Ukrainian. In recent weeks, an increasing number …

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Rich Russians rush to buy homes in Dubai

The number of Russians owning real estate in Dubai (United Arab Emirates, UAE) has quadrupled in two weeks, according to reports by Lenta. The figures, which were originally released by Metropolitan Premium Properties, a Dubai-based real estate agent, said that over the past two weeks there has been an increase …

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Milorad Dodik questioned over Pavlović Bank allegations – EURACTIV.com

Serbian member of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s tripartite presidency, Milorad Dodik, was questioned by prosecutors over allegations of financial malfeasance by the Pavlović bank. The case was opened in 2016 on the basis of allegations that the bank gave a fictitious loan to Dodik to buy a villa in Belgrade, which …

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School Board Approves General Fund Drawdown Recommendation for $640,000

The Three Forks School Board unanimously passed a motion recommending voters approve $640,000 in General Fund drawdowns at their March 15 meeting. The district will use the funds from this plant tax to increase the salaries of certified and classified personnel, fund new staffing positions created by the build bond …

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Residents approve plan to create Belgrade water district

BELGRADE — Voters at Saturday’s annual municipal assembly approved the continuation of a plan to create a Belgrade water district and passed most of the proposed $3.6 million budget. Instead of attending a live meeting, residents voted on the city’s mandate at the polls at the Belgrade Community Center for …

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Obituary: Marcelle Shyne

Marcelle Shyne, 63, of Bozeman died Thursday, March 10, 2022. She was born in Bozeman to Michaela Shyne and Norman Shyne on December 7, 1958, the fourth of six children. Growing up, she attended Emerson, Willson, Bozeman Junior, and Senior High Schools. She was an avid swimmer and a member …

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Housing prices rise across Montana | ABC Fox Butte

BUTTE, Mont. – Across the country, we are seeing higher than normal real estate demand and low inventory as people leave major urban metropolitan areas and move to Montana. It’s no secret that Bozeman and Belgrade are experiencing a massive influx, but down I-90, is Butte experiencing the same problem? …

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Serbian gang leader offers to testify on major criminal cases

Veljko Belivuk. Illustration: Igor Vujcic/BIRN Veljko Belivuk, known as “Velja Nevolja” (“Trouble Velja”), a leader of the Janjicari (Janissaries), a notorious so-called group of football fans known for their ties to the ruling Serbian Progressive Party, offered to be a witness in several high-profile criminal cases on Tuesday, N1 TV …

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Wallet Hub – Montana has the 3rd lowest tax rate in the nation

A study published by the financial site Wallet Hub indicates that Montana has the 3rd lowest tax rate in the whole country. KGVO spoke with Wallet Hub analyst Jill Gonzalez, who provided details on the study. “Tax season can obviously be stressful for many Americans, and low income taxes don’t …

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Putin’s Balkan narrative argument for the war in Ukraine

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Long before Russian tanks and troops arrived in Ukraine, Vladimir Putin was using the bloody breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s to ostensibly justify invading a sovereign European country. The Russian president has particularly focused on the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 and the West’s …

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ERES Capital to develop condo community in downtown Sarasota

1351 Fruitville Road. Image reproduced with the kind permission of ERES Capital ERES Capital LLCa private equity division of ERES Cos.unveiled plans for a new condominium development in downtown Sarasota, Florida. The purchase of the site has been completed and plans for the project are progressing. The five-story development will …

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The ExerDance building in Uptown Butte is slowly coming back to life | Montana News

After years as a poster child for vacant buildings in Uptown Butte, the ExerDance building is showing signs of new life. A couple from Texas bought the five-story building at 75 E. Park St. a few years ago, and last year interior demolitions and structural work began, much of it …

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Comment: Organized crime in Serbia is a state matter – Exit

Over the past decade, Serbia has seen a mutating expansion in the construction sector, a branch which, due to poor regulation and almost no control, is perfect for laundering illegally acquired capital. It is impossible to talk about organized crime in Serbia without mentioning the state itself, which, in essence, …

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Zagreb Grand Expo will attract 200 exhibitors from the region

February 19, 2022 – The Grand Expo fair in Zagreb has high hopes this year, hosting several exhibitors from across the immediate area of ​​Croatia and expecting to attract 80,000 visitors. As Poslovny Dnevnik written, can the construction industry meet today’s challenges? Is Croatia ready for the energy transformation? Can …

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Dear KEEJAN buys Belgrade Up in Time in Tampa

Saturday, February 19, 2022 at 12:32 | Return to: Top news Updated: February 19, 2022 at 1:16 p.m. 1st-Tampa Bay Downs, $28,600, Alw (NW1X)/Opt. Clm ($75,000), 2-19, 3 yrs, 7f, 1:24.10, foot, head.BELGRADE (c, 3, hard spun–Miss Prytania, by Eskendereya), a $700,000 KEEJAN purchase earlier this year on the heels …

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The FDS has real estate worth millions of BAM overseas, half of which is gone? – Sarajevo Time

The Sarajevo tobacco factory (MSDS) will soon be completely shut down, and in the years before us the business of the business has been systematically destroyed, ownership fragmented, and valuable brands and real estate sold off. Cornthere are still assets. Namely, tex-Yugoslavia’s former tobacco giant is now just a dark …

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Air Serbia China flights in advanced planning phase

Air Serbia’s plans to introduce new services to China are already in their advanced planning stages, with the company finalizing its business case for new long-haul service to the Far East. According to the “TangoSix” portal, in addition to seeking reductions in handling and landing fees at Chinese airports, the …

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How to save millions on buying property in Melbourne and Sydney

New figures have revealed homebuyers could save up to $2.4 million if they simply traveled five minutes further on the same train line. Property hunters appalled by soaring property prices could save up to $2.4 million in Melbourne by simply traveling one or two more stops from their dream suburb. …

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Van Buren man seriously injured in collision with logging truck in Orient

Maine State Police report a Van Buren man was seriously injured Friday morning when two log trucks collided head-on on Highway 1 in Orient. According to Sgt. Chadwick Fuller of Troupe F. Initial investigation revealed that 31-year-old James “Jimmy” Walsh of Van Buren was heading north in a 2021 Western …

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Red Cross looking for 125 volunteers in Maine

The American Red Cross is recruiting new volunteers in Maine this winter to help with blood clinics and to respond to local emergencies by supporting people in times of need. Since last July, trained members of the Red Cross Disaster Response Team have responded to more than 165 home fires …

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Neighbors like this are what make living in Maine great

I’m not a fan of winter. Especially winter 2022. These huge temperature swings are driving me crazy. One day we get a foot of easy-to-move fluffy white snow and another day we get a mixture of snow, rain and sleet that hardens like concrete. I went out on Saturday morning …

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Global Smart City Market to Reach $1,359.8 Billion by End of 2027, According to Coherent Market Insights

SEATTLE, February 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to Consistent market informationGlobal Smart cities market was rated at US$334.2 billion in 2018 and should reach a value of US$1,359.8 billion by 2027 to a 16.3% CAGR between 2017 and 2027. In recent years, there has been a focus on creating smarter …

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Density rather than dirt: Development study finds cities are shrinking | national news

David Bigelow’s older neighbors scoff when he tells them Montana residents aren’t turning farmland into streetscapes as fast as they used to. But the Montana State University researcher has the numbers to back up his claim, even as he gazes at the suburban sprawl between his condo in Bozeman and …

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Maine Commercial Real Estate Transactions: January 2022

SALES Industrial One Diamond Development, LLC has purchased a 27,900 ± SF industrial building at 1 Diamond Street, Biddeford, from Gloves Etc Inc. Brandon Mitchell, Malone Commercial Brokers; John Anderson, Investcomm Business Group. R&S Home Improvements, LLC has purchased 1,443 ± SF at 10 Mill Brook Drive, Unit 13, Saco …

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Thorndike college principal charged with sexually touching minor

If you or someone you know needs resources or support related to sexual violence, contact the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s 24/7 hotline at 800-871-7741. The principal of Mount View Middle School in Thorndike was arrested this week and charged with three counts of unlawful sexual touching of a minor. …

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Mount View Middle School principal arrested for unlawful sexual touching

THORNDIKE — The principal of Mount View Middle School in Thorndike is due in court next month after being arrested this week on three counts of unlawful sexual touching. David A. Holinger, 41, of Belgrade, was the subject of a Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office investigation that began last month into …

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According to Nebo Bandovic, financial freedom looks like victory

Nebo Bandovic Achieving financial freedom does not happen by chance. It’s something you have to know how to work for, in most cases, all your life. For Nebo Bandovic, once you’ve achieved Fred’s true financial dim goal, there’s great joy in the achievement, and it’s an achievement you can take …

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Otkazana prodaja Memorijalnog kompleksa „Boško Buha“

Spomenik Bošku Buhi u Memorijalnom kompleksu. Photo: Vasilije Matovic/Wikipedia. Drugi pokušaj države da proda turističko-ugostiteljsko preduzeća „Putnik” Prijepolje, koje je u stečaju, i njegovu imovinu, u koju se ubraja i Memorijalni kompleks „Boško Buha“ u opštini Prijepolje, otkazan je danas bez razvogas. PRODAJA I BILA ZAKAZANA ZA PETAK, ALI I …

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Agent PHL Brokers Selling New 20-Unit Multi-Family Property in Philadelphia for $5,630,000

McManus said: “Our client was referred to us by the Compass New York office based on our strong relationships at our company headquarters. And, within less than a month of engagement, we were able to get the client in agreement on this prized off-market acquisition through our distinct and market-leading …

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Novak Djokovic’s real estate portfolio

The tennis star loved the design and location of the New York apartments.Credit:565 Broome Soho/Bizzi & Partners. “I love the design of these two buildings and their location is fantastic,” Djokovic said in a statement at the time. “New York and Miami are on my travel list every year, and …

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Battle for Bomazeen: Officials fear Belgrade youth camp will be sold before lawsuit is resolved

The state attorney general’s office and a group of local lawyers to keep their beloved Camp Bomazeen on Great Pond in Belgrade a place for scouts in central Maine fear the camp is being sold even as a trial over his fate is still ongoing. The Pine Tree Council of …

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Lithium mine opponents block roads in bad weather

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) – Hundreds of people in Serbia spent part of a holiday weekend blockading roads on Saturday to protest against plans to mine lithium in the Balkan country. The protests took place a day after Orthodox Christians in Serbia and many other countries celebrated Christmas. The protests took …

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JULIUS MEINL LIVING LAUNCHES THE “JULIUS” BRAND AND UPDATES ITS PROPERTIES

Julius Meinl Living PLC, through its group companies, acquires prime real estate assets to be developed into serviced residences which the group will then operate itself (“Julius Meinl Living”). 2021 continued to provide a challenging environment for the hospitality industry. While Covid-related travel restrictions have been relaxed throughout the year, …

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Air Serbia reaffirms its hub strategy at Belgrade airport

Summary Strong growth in traffic before the pandemic had been reported at Belgrade airport. Passenger capacity is approaching 2019 levels, but cargo volume is lagging behind. The impact of CCV was moderate. Political decisions may have to be made regarding the future direction of the country. Ambiguity remains over a …

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FlyBosnia plans return with EX-YU and Swiss routes

FlyBosnia plans to restart operations after nearly a year next summer, this time focusing on European destinations rather than those in the Middle East. According to the “Flying Bosnian” portal, the carrier, which currently has no aircraft in its fleet, will lease an Airbus A320 and offer services from the …

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Advantages, disadvantages, culture, nature, fire season

Eugenia H. is a 45-year-old jeweler who moved to Bozeman, Montana from Massachusetts. She and her husband, Russell, have found great jobs and love the many outdoor activities. They are still adjusting to less diversity, wildfire season and a demoralizing housing market. This narrated essay is based on a conversation …

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Soaring real estate prices in the Balkans raise suspicion

Rising construction costs The region’s real estate and construction experts say that, among other factors, rising costs of building new apartments are pushing up prices. “The prices of building materials are higher and it is also more difficult to find construction workers from neighboring countries due to the sanitary measures …

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NH Boy Scouts to sell property to pay settlement

MANCHESTER, NH – The Boy Scout Council of America Daniel Webster will list its long-standing headquarters at 571 Holt Ave. and its five-acre Unity program center in Sullivan County to meet its $ 3.5 million obligation to the Boy Scouts of America, which is to cover a proposed $ 2.6 …

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An overview of the reports from Pandora Papers from Eastern Europe

Offshore financial activities linked to prominent politicians, state-owned companies, trade deals with the government, and lucrative real estate all featured prominently in Pandora Papers reporting by journalists from Eastern Europe. – a region which faces some of the most serious threats to press freedom in the world. The Pandora Papers …

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Sunce Hotels invests 44.2 million euros in the renovation of its facilities

December 20, 2021 – Dalmatian hotel brand Sunce plans to invest a huge amount of money in the general ‘redevelopment’ of their many facilities with the hope that 2022 will be the year that tourism and travel return to pre-pandemic standards. Like Jozo Vrdoljak / Novac / Jutarnji List writes, …

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It’s been a house for decades, but only legal for a few months

As a designer specializing in residential structures, Luis Martinez experienced this at home and has now made it his career. His design company, Studioo15, has increased over the past two years as Los Angeles residents used new state laws to add thousands of garden units. Yet about half of his …

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Daniel Webster Council Board of Directors clears property sale to offset cost of sexual abuse settlement

Rear view of the Daniel Webster Council headquarters on Holt Avenue, which will be sold to offset the cost of lawsuits against the Boy Scouts of America. Photo / Carole Robidoux MANCHESTER, NH -The Boy Scout Council of America Daniel Webster will list its long-standing headquarters at 571 Holt Ave. …

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Globe Trade Center SA: GTC Board of Directors with new members

GTC announces that the company’s supervisory board has just appointed Pedja Petronijevic as Director of Development and János Gárdai as Director of Operations. The new Development Director and Board Member of GTC, Pedja Petronijevic, joined the group in 2008 as Technical Director for Serbia. Since 2012, when he was promoted …

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Sherry Bren says she felt ‘intimidated’ by Kristi Noem during her daughter’s real estate license meeting

The daughter of South Dakota governor Kristi Noem obtained her real estate license after receiving special treatment in her application process, according to a former state employee who said she felt “intimidated” during the interview. a meeting on the subject. Testifying before state lawmakers on Tuesday, Sherry Bren, the former …

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Heavy snowfall wreaks havoc in Serbia and much of the Balkans

Belgrade, Serbia – Heavy snowfall blanketed Belgrade and much of the Balkans on Sunday, hampering traffic, canceling flights at the Serbian capital’s main airport and disrupting public transport. Many parts of the country reported power outages and damage to buildings from falling trees. The freezing conditions saw trucks skidding on …

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Marriott International plans to launch more than 30 luxury hotels around the world in 2022

From the International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) Cannes, Marriott International, Inc. today announced its intention to launch more than 30 luxury hotels in 2022, creating the rare and rewarding experiences that today’s luxury travelers hui need with its unrivaled portfolio of dynamic luxury brands. Through the world-renowned hospitality brands of …

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Michelin CGDE: Guide 2022 – Belgrade – 14 recommended restaurants including one awarded a Bib Gourmand

PRESS RELEASE MICHELIN GUIDE December 7, 2021 14 restaurants are included in the MICHELIN Guide Belgrade first selection The MICHELIN Guide Belgrade 2022 highlights local cuisine and celebrates the diversity of Serbian cuisine 14 restaurants are recommended by the MICHELIN Guide, one of which has been awarded a Bib Gourmand …

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CMS Belgrade provides full legal support in refinancing Alibunar wind farm

CMS Belgrade fully supported UniCredit Bank Serbia in the refinancing of Elicio’s Alibunar wind farm. UniCredit Bank Serbia and Elicio Ali VE, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Elicio NV, successfully completed the refinancing operation for the 42 MW Alibunar wind farm in the third quarter. CMS Belgrade law firm prepared all …

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Hystead hopes to finalize the sale of Delta City Mall Podgorica in Q1’22

PODGORICA, Montenegro, Dec. 6 (SeeNews) – UK company Hystead Limited, majority owned by South African real estate investment company (REIT) Hyprop Investments, plans to close the sale of Delta City Mall Podgorica in Montenegro in the first quarter 2022, he said on Monday. “The sale agreement is currently under negotiation …

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Obituary: Jesse FH Abbott

Jesse FH Abbott SCARBOROUGH – Jesse Franklin Hakes Abbott, 65, passed away peacefully at home on November 21, 2021. He was born in Louisville, KY on April 10, 1956. Jesse attended Louisville Country Day and graduated from Milton Academy and College of Connecticut. After college, Jesse took the opportunity to …

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