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Croatia wants EU to speed up membership negotiations PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 February 2008
 BRUSSELS – Croatia has expressed dissatisfaction with the state of its European Union membership negotiations, claiming it is not getting enough credit from the EU's side for the pace at which it is carrying out internal reforms.
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Slovenia and Malta ratify EU treaty PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 February 2008
 BRUSSELS – Slovenia and Malta have approved the new EU Lisbon treaty by a large majority, but in Slovakia the treaty vote has become tangled up in a dispute over a separate law.
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Serbia election victory for Tadic PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 03 February 2008
Serbia's pro-Western president, Boris Tadic, has won a second round election run-off against nationalist challenger Tomislav Nikolic, who conceded defeat.
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Giuliani quits White House race PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 February 2008

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has pulled out of the Republican race for the White House after disappointing primary results in Florida.

Mr Giuliani announced he was giving his support to Arizona Senator John McCain, describing him as "an American hero".

Mr Giuliani announced his withdrawal just before the remaining Republican candidates began a televised debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California, on Wednesday.

In contrast to the heated exchanges in Simi Valley, Mr Giuliani's address was light-hearted.

He said he had thought he was the sort of person who had the qualities to make a good president of the United States, "but the voters made a different choice".

"John McCain is the most qualified candidate to be the next commander in chief of the United States," Mr Giuliani said. "He's an American hero and America could use heroes in the White House."

He added that Mr McCain was a long-standing friend and that he would campaign alongside him whenever and wherever he was needed.

Mr McCain returned the compliments, praising Mr Giuliani's leadership as mayor in the wake of the attacks on the US on 11 September 2001.

He described his former rival as "my strong right arm and my partner".

"This man is a national hero and I'm honoured by his friendship," he said.

Mr Giuliani was seen by his supporters as a tough commander-in-chief, while other Republicans were wary of his attitude on social issues like abortion.

When he entered the race more than a year ago, he led some national polls and had an impressive war chest. He is reported to have spent up to a million dollars a week on TV advertising in Florida alone.

Correspondents say his decision to focus his efforts on Florida was always going to be either a stroke of political genius or an unwise gamble that would see him fall at the first hurdle.

Mr Giuliani won 15% of the vote, behind Mr McCain with 36% and Mitt Romney with 31%, and just ahead of Mike Huckabee, who won 13%.

 

 

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Edwards quits presidential race PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 January 2008

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (CNN) -- Former Sen. John Edwards dropped out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday. 

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