Ivanov


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An attorney for Iosif Fomich Ivanov, 38, of Woodburn asked that his client's bail be cut in half, from $1.
Not signing the Law on the use of the Albanian language by President Gjorge Ivanov is assessed in the public as a political decision that has nothing to do with any substantial legal justification.
Frosina Remenski of SDSM said she regretted that Ivanov didn't abandon the rhetoric of VMRO-DPMNE of the past several years.
Activist Xhabir Derala in Sloboden Pecat asks whether President Ivanov knows that the regime has fallen?
Ivan Ivanov, better known for his gaming nickname MinD_ContRoL, became a millionaire after an impressive victory at a Dota 2 tournament.
Ivanov, Moisio 1998; Ivanov 2003 : 164-191; 2005; 2009 : 90-158).
Sberbank Investment Research, the research department of Sberbank CIB, today unveiled its new Digital Ivanov Index.
Ivanov was the second most important person in the Russian political hierarchy.
RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has fired Sergei Ivanov, his chief of staff and once one of his closest allies, in the most high-profile power reshuffle at the Kremlin in years.
The cargo traveled through Badakhshan-Doshi-Bamiyan-Herat, then further through Iran and into Turkey, where the opium was processed in well-equipped laboratories-into high quality heroin, and then was to be sent to Europe and Russia," Ivanov said during an anti-narcotics committee meeting, RT reported.
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov on Thursday for the first time addressed the Security Council of the United Nations, convened by President Barack Obama for dealing with the growing threat of terrorism.
From 31 October to 2 November 2012, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov participated in the 6th Peace and Sport International Forum in Sochi, the Russian Federation, held under the auspices of Prince Albert II of Monaco.