Executive Chef Doug Hargreaves by the restaurant fire
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The agency said that more than 7,000 people had reached Serbia overnight Saturday-Sunday after managing to cross from Greece to FYR
Macedonia and take a train at the town of Gevgelija.
The takeover will see Fyr
Fyter's two founders - Brian Hogg and Paul Bainbridge - support PHS during a handover period before exiting to pursue other interests.
Armenia vs Slovakia; Republic of Ireland vs Russia; Andorra vs FYR
Goals from Toto Tamuz and Roberto Colautti either side of half-time handed the visitors a second win in four days ( the first a 2-1 victory over FYR
Macedonia in Skopje.
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Macedonia 2 (European Championship qualifier2005: David Beckham - England v Austria (World Cup qualifier
Unless he appeals and is successful, van Nistelrooy will miss Holland's first two 2006 World Cup qualifying matches - at home to the Czech Republic on September 8 and FYR
Macedonia away on October 9.
At Oksoy fyr
in Vest-Agder, Norway, there was a total of 184.3 mm of rain in May, two and half times as much as normal according to meteorologists.
The European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union's financing institution, and the Government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have signed a Framework Agreement which will enable the country to access the Bank's lending resources to support sound investment in a large spectrum of productive sectors, including transports, energy, environmental protection, telecommunications, as well as industry, tourism and services.After a Financial Protocol attached to the Co-operation and Transport Agreement between the European Commission and FYR
of Macedonia came into force in January 1998, the EIB mainly supported FYROM's transport sector, with a total of Euro 130 million for two road projects.
The building stock in the FYR
Macedonia is in urgent need of refurbishment and the introduction of new technologies such as insulation is expected to lower costs and improve comfort.