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  1. #911
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    über 100 Flüchtlinge. Ohhhh das ist ja eine Menge... und macedoniaonline

    Des Weiteren werden die Flüchtlinge zurück in die Heimat geschickt oder in Campings, aber macedoniaonline weiß alles besser...
    Selbst wenn es nur einer ist, das könnt ihr ruhig bei euch behalten. Wenn Griechenland EU Aussengrenze bewachen muss, dann passiert das Gleiche was ihr auch mit den Euronen macht...

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    30 Ukrainian children held at the Macedonia-Bulgaria border
    Thirty Ukrainian children - participants of folk music groups have been held at the Macedonia-Bulgaria border since yesterday.

    Due to improperly issued visas the children cannot come back home. Bulgarian border guards do not let the Ukrainian bus to transit Bulgarian territory.

    As Channel 5 reports, two folk music groups from Nezhyn and Kyiv were taking part in the international contest in Macedonia. The youngest of the participants is only one year old.

    The head of the dance group Viktoria Vishnevaya reported on the phone that they are still at the border. "We are running out of food. Our thanks to Macedonian side - it let us stay here, gave water to children and provided with free toilets."

    Foreign Ministry of Ukraine is now investigating into visas, in particular why they were issued improperly. The Ministry is also preparing a not to the diplomatic department of Bulgaria to settle the issue as soon as possible.

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    Greece illegally dumping Immigrants into Macedonia

    Between 2 and 3am in the morning, Greek police illegally dumps immigrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria and other countries onto Macedonian territory, reports Macedonian police adding the Greek authorities are using illegal border crossings.

    Macedonian police sources say the situation is very alarming because of the situation in Syria and the middle east which has created over 100,000 refugees thus far.

    - Greece's Government authorities in an organized fashion are dumping sometimes truck loads of over 100 illegal immigrants on Macedonian territory via multiple unmarked border crossings. This is always done during the night hours. We have already contacted the European Union and FRONTEX regarding this problem - says a diplomat in the Macedonian Government.
    Meanwhile Greece has been warned by the UN and EU groups for protection of human rights for their inhumane police actions as well as the appaling conditions in which immigrants are detained and kept.
    There are an estimated 1.8 million illegal immigrants in Greece, or 17 percent of the total population.

    Trpe Stojanovski from the regional center for Migration and Refugees (MARRI), says at this time Greece is a source of instability for Macedonia and the region.

    - We are having a wave of illegal immigration, and this is coming from a EU country (Greece), this is a very dangerous precedent as the authorities in Greece aren't capable of controlling their borders nor their immigration. We are receiving refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan, and even from Mauritania. We have to constantly be increasing our budgets to deal with the new wave of refugees, says Stojanovski.

    Macedonian authorities have vowed to increase patrols along the Greek border and prevent further dumping od illegal immigrants by Greek authorities into Macedonia.
    MINA Breaking News

    Ein Armutszeugnis der Griechischen Regierung, ihre Probleme auf ein Land zu schieben, dessen Existenz sie am liebsten gar nicht anerkennen würden.
    Es ist nur noch eine Frage der Zeit, bevor das Griechische Kartenhaus endgültig fallen wird.

    Macedonia accuses Greece of dumping illegal migrants


    Published 21 August 2012

    Greece, illegal immigration. Frontex, Macedonia, Turkey

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    Macedonia has accused Greece of dumping illegal migrants on its territory, the Macedonian daily Dnevnik reported, citing unnamed diplomatic sources.

    Greek authorities have been sending hundreds of migrants across the border mainly at two locations and usually during the night, Dnevnik writes. The authorities in Skopje, capital of EU-candidate Macedonia, have reportedly informed the European Union and its border management agency Frontex about the development.
    Greece is getting increasingly nervous over the presence of more than one million illegal immigrants on its territory, analysts say, and seeks to alleviate the burden by illegally transferring them on other countries.
    Trpe Stojanovski from the regional centre for Migration and Refugees (MARRI) is quoted as saying that Greece is a source of instability for Macedonia and the region.
    “We are having a wave of illegal immigration, and this is coming from a EU country, this is a dangerous for our security,” Stojanovski said. He said the illegal immigrants arriving from Greece are from Iraq, Afghanistan, and recently from Mauritania.
    Strasho Aggelovski, director of the Macedonian Centre for Asylum Seekers, is quoted by the daily as saying that the EU and the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, are urging Macedonia to abide by international standards for dealing with refugees.
    Greek-Macedonian relations are strained over the so-called “name dispute” since Macedonia became independent from the crumbling Yugoslavia in 1991. Greece claims the name, which coincides with the one of its northernmost province, implies territorial ambitions (see background).
    EurActiv asked the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs to comment on the accusations from Macedonia, but received no answer.
    Criticism of Lambrinidis appointment
    Macedonia has recently been irked by the appointment of Stavros Lambrinidis, a former Greek foreign minister, as the EU’s special representative for Human Rights. In a commentary published by Dnevnik, editorialist Ivana Kostovska calls on Lambrinidis to react to the threat of Macedonia becoming a victim of the Greek crisis.
    Up to 100,000 illegal immigrants are estimated to enter Greece every year, with the majority entering through Turkey. Greek officials connected the clamp-down to increased exposure to Syrian refugees and the knock-on effects of immigration on crime, including drugs.
    Athens recently cracked down on illegal immigrants, detaining more than 6,000 over the weekend of 4-5 August. Some 1,600 are now set for deportation.
    The extreme right-wing Golden Dawn party – which won 7% of the vote in recent parliamentary elections– stood on an anti-immigrant platform and has been accused of staging racist attacks in the capital. Analysts fear that if Greece fails to tackle the problem of illegal immigration, the influence of Golden Dawn could increase and its attacks on immigrants could become widespread.
    To avoid being expelled from the EU border-free Schengen area, Greece is accelerating construction of prison-style asylum centres, putting it at odds with court rulings in other countries that asylum seekers shouldn't be treated as prisoners. Greek authorities defend the plans, citing similar facilities in France and Spain.

  3. #913
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    über 100 Flüchtlinge. Ohhhh das ist ja eine Menge... und macedoniaonline

    Des Weiteren werden die Flüchtlinge zurück in die Heimat geschickt oder in Campings, aber macedoniaonline weiß alles besser...

    Behaltet die Flüchtlinge, machts wie bei den Pontiern, und tragt sie als Greeks (Macedonian) by birth ein und gut ist.

  4. #914
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  5. #915
    Zitat Zitat von Makedonier Beitrag anzeigen
    Behaltet die Flüchtlinge, machts wie bei den Pontiern, und tragt sie als Greeks (Macedonian) by birth ein und gut ist.
    Die werden zurückgeschickt oder fliehen von alleine. Oder leben mit Green Cards.
    Und Pontier sind Griechen, wie kann man so beschränkt sein Pontier mit illegalen Flüchtlinge zu vergleichen?

  6. #916
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    Die werden zurückgeschickt oder fliehen von alleine. Oder leben mit Green Cards.
    Und Pontier sind Griechen, wie kann man so beschränkt sein Pontier mit illegalen Flüchtlinge zu vergleichen?

    Du hast mich schon verstanden Einstein, mein Beitrag war eine Anspielung auf eure "ach so tolle" Assimilierungspolitik.

  7. #917
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    Professor Dr. JANEV mit einem Action Plan für die UN zur Aufnahme unter Verfassungsrechtlichen Namen und das ganze hat er Präsident Ivanov zukommen lassen, gute, sehr gut!!!!!

    Dr Janev: Mak Plan of Action at the UN
    Tuesday, 21 August 2012
    H.E. Ban Ki-moon
    Secretary General,
    United Nations,
    New York

    Re: Request for inclusion of a Resolution on the UNGA’s next session agenda

    Your Excellency,

    I have the honour to address you with the questions of legality of the conditions imposed on Republic of Macedonia for its admission to UN membership and the legal status of Macedonia in the United Nations.

    In this context, I take the liberty of reminding you that the admission of Republic of Macedonia to UN membership in April 1993 by the General Assembly (GA Res. 47/225 (1993)), pursuant the Security Council recommendation for such admission (SC Res. 817 (1993)), was associated with the provision that the applicant state be “provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, pending settlement of the difference that has arisen over the name of the State”. The last part of this provision implies negotiation with Greece over the name of Macedonia, and is more explicitly spelled out in SC Res. 817 (1993).
    I would also like to remind you that the objections of Macedonian Government to the above mentioned denomination FYROM and to the non-standard admission procedure, contained in UN Doc. S/25541 (1993), were ignored.

    The aim of the present letter, Sir, is to submit our request to include in the agenda of the next session of the UN General Assembly a resolution requesting an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice regarding the legal validity and legality of above mentioned resolutions in their parts related to the use of a provisional name for Macedonia within UN and to negotiate with Greece on that subject.
    The basis for this request is our strong view that the conditions for admission of Republic of Macedonia to UN membership, namely

    (i) acceptance to be provisionally referred to, within the UN, as Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and
    (ii) acceptance to negotiate with Greece over its name,

    are inconsistent with the provisions of the UN Charter. This inconsistency is manifested, in our opinion, on three levels:

    1) procedural level (right of a state to unconditional admission to UN membership once it has been recognized, by the judgement of Security Council, that the state fulfils the criteria for admission set forth in Article 4(1) of the Charter);

    2) substantive level (interference of the UN Organization in matters of a state –such as the choice of its constitutional name – which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of that state, contrary to Article 2(7) of the Charter); and

    3) membership legal status (inequality with other UN member-states due to the additional obligation (ii) and derogated juridical personality in the field of representation due to the condition (i), contrary to the principle of “sovereign equality of the Members”, Article 2(1) of the Charter).

    That the conditions (i) and (ii) served indeed as conditions for admission of Macedonia to UN membership, and are additional with respect to those set forth in Article 4(1) of the Charter, is evident from:

    a) the neglect of the objection of Macedonian Government to the imposition of the condition (i) (contained in UN Doc. S/25541(1993);

    b) they are functionally disconnected with the judgement on admission as they transcend in time the act of admission (thus transforming themselves into membership obligations);

    c) they are introduced despite the explicit recognition in SC Res. 817 (1993) that “the applicant fulfils the criteria” of Article 4(1) of the Charter for admission;

    d) the fulfilment of the obligation (ii) does not depend solely on Macedonian Government, but essentially on the recognition of Macedonian legal identity by another state, which is contrary to the criteria on the legality of imposing conditions relating to the recognition of a state by another state, member of the UN, enshrined in the Advisory Opinion of May 28, 1948 of the International Court of Justice.

    The procedural inconsistency of the conditions (i) and (ii) with the Charter’s provisions follows, in our view, clearly and directly from the interpretation of Article 4(1) of the Charter by the International Court of Justice given in its Advisory Opinion of May 28, 1948 as a legal rule. We remind that this interpretation was adopted by the General Assembly the same year (see, GA Res.197/III (1948)). According to that interpretation, the conditions laid down in Article 4(1) of the Charter are explicit and exhaustive (i.e. they are necessary and sufficient); once they are recognized as being fulfilled, the applicant state acquires an unconditional right to admission to UN membership (and, conversely, the Organization has a duty to admit such applicant due to its “openness” for admission, enshrined in the same Article 4(1), and due to its universal character). In the words of Court’s Advisory Opinion, and the resolution GA Res.197/III (1948), “a Member of the United Nations, when pronouncing its vote in the General Assembly or Security Council, is not juridically entitled to make its consent on the admission of a state to UN membership dependent on conditions not expressly provided in Article 4(1)”.

    The inconsistency of conditions (i) and (ii) with Article 2(7) of the Charter follows, in our view, from the fact that the name of a state (as a legal identity of an international legal person) is an essential element of its juridical personality, the choice by a state of its own name is, therefore, an inherent right of that state and belongs stricto sensu in the domain of its domestic jurisdiction. According to the principle of separability of domestic and international jurisdictions, the choice of its own name by a state does not create international legal rights for that state, nor does it impose legal obligations on other states. Therefore, the name of a state per se has no relevance to the qualifications that may be legally considered in connection with the admission of that state to UN membership.

    Finally, the conditions (i) and (ii) obviously define an unequal UN membership status for Macedonia with respect to other member-states. This status severely violates the principle of “sovereign equality of members” (Article 2(1) of the Charter) and strongly derogates the juridical personality of Republic of Macedonia. It is inconsistent with the principles of juridical equality of states (see, GA Res. 2625 (XXV) of 24 Oct.1970) and non-discrimination in representation and membership (see, UN Doc. A / CONF. 67/16 (March 14, 1975)).

    I would like, Sir, to bring to your attention also the “Memorandum on the Legal Aspects of the Problem of Representation in the United Nations” (UN Doc. S/1466 of 1958), which also has relevance to the admission of Republic of Macedonia to the UN membership. In this document, prepared by the UN Secretariat for the Secretary General, it is clearly stated that the admission to UN membership, as a collective act of the General Assembly, is based on the right to membership of any state that meets the prescribed criteria for membership (Article 4(1) of the Charter) and has no relation to the recognition of that state by another state. The Greek opposition to the admission of Republic of Macedonia to UN membership under its constitutional name, and its reflection in the imposition of conditions (i) and (ii), was essentially linking impermissibly the two legal acts and their respective preconditions.

    In connection with the views expressed above regarding the legal basis of the imposed conditions (i) and (ii) for admission of Republic of Macedonia to UN membership and the related to them legal status of Republic of Macedonia as a UN member, we kindly request that the attached Resolution be placed as an item on the Agenda of the next Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

    I believe, Sir, that the clarification of the above legal matters by the International Court of Justice will help to better understand the legal quality and legal consequences of the resolutions GA Res. 47/225 (1993) and SC Res. 817 (1993) and indicate the directions of possible future actions.

    Accept, Sir, the assurances of my highest consideration.

    Sincerely yours,

    George Ivanov
    President of the Republic of Macedonia

    RESOLUTION (proposed text)

    The General Assembly

    Considering Article 2 of the Charter of the United Nations,

    Considering Article 4 of the Charter of the United Nations,

    Considering Article 96 of the Charter of the United Nations,

    Considering the General Assembly Resolution 113/II of 1947,

    Considering the General Assembly Resolution 197/III of 1948,

    Considering the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice of 28 May, 1948,
    For the purpose to determine whether additional conditions were imposed in the procedure of admitting “The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” to the membership of the United Nations, outside the scope of the exhaustive conditions of Article 4(1) of the Charter of the United Nations,

    Decides to submit the following legal question to the International Court of Justice:

    Are the specific conditions enshrined in resolutions GA Res. 47/225 (1993) of the General Assembly and SC Res. 817 (1993) of the Security Council in their parts relating to the denomination “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, with the requirement for settlement of the “difference that has arisen over the name of the State”, outside the scope of the exhaustive conditions of Article 4(1) of the Charter of the United Nations and legally in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations?

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    Wildfires in Skopje, Veles, Lipkovo and Tetovo still active
    Skopje, 22 August 2012 (MIA) - Wildfires in Skopje, Veles, Lipkovo and Tetovo regions are still active, Crisis Management Centre said in a press release.
    The fire that broke out in the village of Vrazale, Zelenikovo municipality caught grass and trees on larger area. On Tuesday it spread to Popovo Gumno locality and Kitka mountain, Morane and Vrtekica.
    Fire-fighting units, members of the Protection and Rescue Directorate and employees of the forest protection departments are working on wildfire extinguishing.
    The fire in the village of Strima is active for several days and due to strong winds it spread towards the village of Laniste. Lipkovo mayor asked for planes and Macedonian Army helicopters to help in putting out the fire.
    The fire that broke out in the village of Odri, Tearce municipality is on unapproachable terrain and there is no danger of spreading.

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    Forest fires active near Skopje, Lipkovo, Tetovo, Veles, Makedonski Brod, Mavrovo and on Kozuf
    Skopje, 23 August 2012 (MIA) - A wildfire in the municipality of Zelenikovo is still active. Firefighters yesterday managed to extinguish only a third of the flames.
    New forest fire broke out in the Skopje village of Nikistani, the Crisis Management Center says. The wildfire raging in the municipality of Lipkovo yesterday spread towards the nearby village.
    On Wednesday afternoon, a wildfire was registered in Mavrovo National Park on skiing terrain.
    The wildfire in the Veles village of Drenovo has been localised, while another has been activated again.
    Wildfires have been also registered on the mountain of Kozuf and in the municipalities of Makedonski Brod and Tearce.

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    Riesige Waldbrände, vertrocknete Felder

    Balkan leidet unter schwerer Dürre
    Kein Bild aus dem Sahel, sondern ein ausgetrocknetes Flussbett in Mazedonien.APAweb / AP / Boris Grdanoski

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    Macedonia in orange alert phase, temperatures to exceed 40C
    Skopje, 25 August 2012 (MIA) - Macedonia has entered Saturday the so-called orange alert phase with temperatures exceeding 40C.
    The Health Ministry commission urges citizens to observe preventive measures in order to reduce risks from high temperatures.
    According to the Action Plan for the population's protection from high temperatures, employers are recommended to spare most vulnerable groups, namely pregnant women and persons over the age of 60, from work. Kindergartens are recommended to refrain from taking children out in the open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Moreover, construction companies are urged to follow regulations with regards to exposure of workers.
    Stay in closed, air-conditioned rooms. During the day, close windows and shutters; at night when the outside temperature is lower, open windows and shutters.
    Wear light and loose fitting clothes (light colours reflect light) of natural materials and, if exposed to direct sunlight, a brimmed hat or cap and sunglasses.
    Eat several small, light meals a day. Avoid food which contains fat and high-calories, as well as food with a lot of sugar.
    Drink plenty of fluids (do not wait to become thirsty), including regular drinks of water and non-alcohol beverages. Avoid beverages with alcohol, caffeine and extremely cold beverages.
    When driving, keep the vehicle window open for ventilation.
    Completely closed vehicles become too hot. Do not leave anybody in the vehicle!
    People who are chronically ill, especially those with cardiovascular, neurological or pulmonary illnesses, need to be especially vigilant in following these recommendations and taking their medicines. For any changes in the medical condition, consult your doctor.
    Consume cooked food immediately after preparation. If this is not the case, the prepared food should be stored in the refrigerator at 8°C and heated to at least 100°C before consumption.
    Avoid products containing raw food, such as home-made mayonnaise (eggs). Care should also be taken when consuming ice-cream and different creams!
    Avoid strenuous physical activities (including sport and recreational activities) during the hottest time of the day. Do them before 10 a.m. or after 5 p.m.
    If you have to go outdoors in this period, take frequent rests in the shade and avoid direct exposure to the sun.
    Take cool showers or baths several times a day. Alternatives include cold packs and wraps, foot baths, etc.

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    Macedonian PM meets Republika Srpska President, PM Dzombic in Banja Luka
    25 August 2012 | 08:41 | FOCUS News Agency
    Home / Southeast Europe and Balkans
    Skopje. Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski paid Friday a day-long visit to Banja Luka, Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he met with President Milorad Dodik and PM Aleksandar Dzombic, Macedonian MIA news agency informed.
    After the meetings, PM Gruevski said that views were shared on various important things regarding the functioning of Macedonia and Republika Srpska.
    "We are facing similar problems in times of debt crisis in Europe and recession in the European Union having an impact in all Balkan countries. Views were shared on how to tackle these issues and on the measures taken in the Republic of Macedonia and Republika Srpska that will help us in our future actions," the Macedonian Premier stated.
    Gruevski also attended the signing of a agreement for project development and construction of a motorway connecting Banja Luka and Doboj and a section Prnjavor - Doboj. The document was signed by "Autoputevi Republike Sprske" public enterprise and a consortium made up of Skopje-based company "Granit" and Integral Engineering from Laktasi.

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    Jugendaustausch mit Skopje

    Neun Jugendliche und zwei Erzieherinnen aus dem „Waisenhaus 11. October“ in Skopje sind vom 23. bis 31. August 2012 zu Gast im Kinder- und Jugendhilfezentrum (KJHZ) des Jugendamts der Stadt Nürnberg in der Reutersbrunnenstraße 34.

    Bei dem zum sechsten Mal veranstalteten internationalen Jugendaustausch werden die Gäste aus Nürnbergs mazedonischer Partnerstadt neun Tage zusammen mit Jugendlichen und Erzieherinnen des KJHZ verbringen. Ziel ist das Kennenlernen der unterschiedlichen Kulturen, Überwinden von Sprachbarrieren und der Austausch von Erfahrungen über das Leben in einer Jugendhilfeeinrichtung in unterschiedlichen Ländern und Kulturen. Neben Besichtigungen, Ausflügen und themenbezogenen Gesprächsrunden ist auch gemeinsame Freizeit geplant, etwa ein Ausflug nach Rothenburg o.d. Tauber und ein Besuch der Sommerrodelbahn in Pleinfeld.

    Mit dem „Waisenhaus 11. October“ verbindet das KJHZ seit Mai 2007 eine Partnerschaft. Seitdem fanden bereits fünf Begegnungen statt, drei davon in Skopje. Ein fachlicher Austausch der pädagogischen Fachkräfte in Workshops und durch Hospitationen ergänzen diese Partnerschaft.

    Das Projekt wird finanziell gefördert vom Bayerischen Jugendring und vom Förderverein des Kinder- und Jugendhilfezentrums, der GfK-Gruppe und dem Amt für Internationale Beziehungen der Stadt Nürnberg. Die Bäckereikette „Beck“ unterstützt das Projekt mit Naturalien. alf

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    Macedonia marks 102. anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth
    Skopje, 26 August 2012 (MIA) - A premiere of 'Living With Mother Teresa' - work of art of Japanese Director Shigeki Chiba - will mark the 102nd anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth.
    The film, produced in 2010 to mark her birth centenary, depicts how the spirit of Mother Teresa has been transferred in Japan; Japanese medical interns working in the House for The Dying in Calcutta, volunteers working for the hospice called "Hope House" in Sanya, Tokyo, and Sisters and Brothers of Mother Teresa, living with lonely elderly and homeless persons.
    The film will be presented Sunday evening in the Mother Teresa Memorial House in Skopje.
    Earlier today, the state 'Mother Teresa' awards for humanity and solidarity will be presented at the Army House in Skopje.
    Mother Teresa was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in Skopje on August 26, 1910. Her family was of Albanian descent. "By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus."
    In late 2003, she was beatified, the third step toward possible sainthood. A second miracle credited to Mother Teresa is required before she can be recognized as a saint by the Catholic church.
    Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation, which in 2012 consisted of over 4,500 sisters and is active in 133 countries. Members of the order must adhere to the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, and the fourth vow, to give "Wholehearted and Free service to the poorest of the poor". The Missionaries of Charity at the time of her death had 610 missions in 123 countries including hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis, soup kitchens, children's and family counselling programmes, orphanages and schools.
    For over 45 years, she ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity's expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries. Her beatification by Pope John Paul II following her death (September 5, 1997) gave her the title "Blessed Teresa of Calcutta".
    She was the recipient of numerous honours including the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize. She refused the conventional ceremonial banquet given to laureates, and asked that the $192,000 funds be given to the poor in India.

  10. #920
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    Schwer zu sagen, wenn wir Süd Makedonien bzw heutiges Nordgriechenland mitrechnen, wird es düster mit der Theorie

    Ist aber auch egal, was zählt ist hier und jetzt.

    Gruss aus Skopje

    Erst refresh machen bzw Seite neu laden.

    Hahaha, Südmakedonien, hahahhaha...da Du "bzw Nordgriechenland" geschrieben hast muss ich "netter Versuch" sagen.

    Und wieviele FYROM´er leben nun in Nordgriechenland?


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    Ich denk FYROM wird eher kleiner!

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