Last week, many thought President George W. Bush's exit from office would be marked by the shoe throwing scandal. However, Kosovo's government has given President Bush something through which to better remember him; they've given the departing President his own street, 'Bush Street', which will be located on a central roadway in Pristina, Kosovo's capital.
According to the 'Seferm Post', Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said they've done this as "a sign of the huge state and national respect and appreciation for the United State's support of their independence."
There aren't too many countries who are happy with the United States right now, but at least we know of one that is.
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