bne IntelliNews – Residential real estate in Kiev explodes as high demand spikes prices

Demand for residential real estate in Kiev exceeds supply. As a result, Kiev is short of available apartments and prices are skyrocketing, following trends observed earlier this year. Apartment prices in Kiev rose 23 percent last year, according to Lun.ua, an online marketplace for real estate. The average cost of …

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The Balkans no longer believe in the EU

In the Western Balkans, a region known to generate crises that seem intractable, the good news is often underestimated. On July 29 in Skopje, North Macedonia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and North Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev called a summit to announce the launch of …

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The Westport estate has a wine cellar converted into an air raid shelter

WESTPORT – In the late 1930s, John B. Warnock, a successful Brooklyn businessman who had made his fortune in the sugar business, purchased several plots on North Avenue, assembling a 26-acre family complex to share with his wife and two married couples. girls. Warnock and his wife moved the household …

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Obituary: Donald J. Perkins – CentralMaine.com

Donald J. Perkins BELGRADE – Donald J. Perkins, 63, passed away suddenly on Thursday August 19, 2021. He was born in Bangor on February 18, 1958, son of Frederick V. Perkins, Sr. and Patricia A. (Curran) Perkins. Don grew up on dairy farms in northeastern Maine and Belgrade, where he …

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Prime Minister of Serbia: people will start dying from plague and cholera VIDEO – SocietyEnglish

The Prime Minister of Serbia told TV Prva that the goal of today’s Crisis Staff session is the start of the school year. Source: B92, prva Tuesday 24 August 2021 | 11:48 Photo: TV Prva “The session will focus on the start of the school year. That is why we …

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Brookfield Serbian Church considers ownership of St. Barb

The chairman of the board of trustees of the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nikola in Brookfield confirmed that the parish was interested in purchasing the campus of St. Barbara’s Church, including the church building, the parish hall, the school and the convent. St. Barbara’s Church, 4008 Prairie Ave. in …

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Venice Eyes tourist entrance fee, advance reservation

As the travel industry grapples with increased demand for travel in the wake of the pandemic, Venice is looking to charge entry fees to travelers in order to limit the number of visitors, according to a Monday August 23 report from CNBC. Aimed at controlling tourism, the measures, which include …

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94 Sarasota Sheriff’s Office workers showing symptoms of COVID, 60 tests positive

SARASOTA, Fla. (WFLA) – The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office says it is seeing an influx of employees testing positive for COVID-19. According to a spokesperson, the sheriff’s office currently has 94 unemployed employees with symptoms related to COVID. Sixty of those employees have tested positive for COVID-19. The sheriff’s office …

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Croatia’s Balkanization and Capitalization – People’s World

The waterfront and hotels for foreign tourists in Opatija, Croatia, on its beautiful Adriatic coastline. Darko Bandic | PA It is today one of the flagships of world tourism. The Dalmatian coast of the still newly formed country of Croatia is back with tourist figures this summer starting to reach …

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Latest coronavirus: Covid-19 wave crests in New York City as storm ends celebration

The London offices are almost deserted and no one knows how many people will be returning or when, but some investors are make bets on the workspace. The question is whether this trust is well placed or reckless when the sharp post-pandemic drop in the value of new office space …

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