Archive for August, 2013

  • US urges citizens abroad to be ready for attacks
    August 3, 2013, by Jeff Seldin of VOAnews

    The United States is telling its citizens abroad to be on guard for possible terror attacks, while at the same time closing 22 embassies and consulates through Sunday. A look […]

  • Czech Republic: Upbeat economic forecasts despite ministry downgrade
    August 3, 2013, by Daniel Bardsley for The Prague Post

    An upturn in the Czech Republic’s economic fortunes has been predicted by analysts, their upbeat assessment contrasting with a recently downgraded forecast from the country’s Finance Ministry. Improvements in monthly […]

  • Europeans lose trust in governments
    August 3, 2013, by Selah Hennessy of VOANews

    Years into an economic crisis that has rocked the eurozone, European citizens are losing trust in their governments. A recent survey found that trust in political parties is at an […]

  • Bulgaria’s summer of stalemate
    August 2, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    The 50th consecutive day of anti-government protests in Bulgaria coincided with the final sitting of Parliament before its summer recess of more than a month, with all signs pointing to […]