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Albania Seizes Orthodox Church

August 21, 2013 Featured News

Maria Korologou – 21/8/13 Tension still prevails in Përmet in Albania, where hundreds of Orthodox residents of the town came into conflict with the forces of private police that were lined up outside the Church of Virgin Mary. The church was taken over in a violent way some days before following the orders of the […]

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Pristina hopes to resolve northern issues

February 16, 2013 News

Safet Kabashaj for Southeast European Times in Pristina — 15/02/13 The Kosovo government and the international community are mounting pressure on local Albanian authorities to accept laws and a Supreme Court ruling. The Kosovo government is attempting to work out a solution in the north with Albanian local authorities so they will comply with a […]

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“K. Albanian extremists continue to make threats

February 11, 2013 Featured News

B92 11/2/13 He noted that he was concerned about their announcement that they would usurp the monastery’s land despite the decision of the Supreme Court of Kosovo. The court determined that 23 hectares belonged to the monastery and ruled against two companies who claimed that the land belonged to them. “This would be very dangerous […]

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Assembly of Bishops issues statement on 40th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

February 3, 2013 Featured News

On Monday, January 21, 2013, the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of North and Central America issued a statement marking the 40th Anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. At the end of the statement the “Agreed Statement” issued in 1974 by the Orthodox-Roman Catholic Bilateral Consultation in the United States is republished. The text […]

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