|Greece: One dead, three policemen injured in exchange of gunfire||RS not to take part in FBiH's celebration of anniversary of referendum Tuesday||Serbian PM: Agreement on government reshuffle reached||Macedonia without a visa for Russians||Lecic elected as leader of Serbia's DHSS||EU support to Croatian Customs administration||Croatia to start importing lavender from Serbia||EVN proposes 19.5% increase in power transmission prices||Stefanovic: Topics for talks between Serbia and Kosovo still under review||Serbian PM opened Kopaonik Business Forum 2011||Dacic: Human traffickers arrested||Delic back in SRS ranks||Montenegro and Belgrade on top of list of tourist destinations||Integral Planning seminar on March 2 in Belgrade||Libya: Mercenary nightmare||TAP and Plunacro sign MoU||FYRMacedonia: Gasoline prices rise by Denar 2.5, diesel climbs by Denar 2 i.e. 1.5||Oscars 2011: The King's Speech reigns||Greece's successful rescue operation in Libya||Another anti-gov't protest organised in Zagreb||High-profile police operation underway in Southeast Bulgaria||Evacuation of Bulgarian nationals from Libya continues||Bjelasnica: Two snowboarders were rescued, the third one died||Electricity prices to rise as of April 1, EPS grants discount||EU Council adopted sanctions against Libya||MPs end first early session adopting five laws and decisions||Special collective agreement with police unions signed||Dulic on visit to Smederevo||Kopaonik Business Forum 2011 to start Tuesday||Dacic to attend ministerial conference on border security in south-eastern Europe||The Finance Ministry receives EC response to excises||Evacuation of Serban citizens from Libya drawing to an end||Turk: Slovenia concerned by EU's lack of interest in Balkans||Belgrade Mathematical Gymnasium students won three medals in Bucharest||Second EC expert mission to analyze regulatory bodies|
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09:40 | 0 | EMportal
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today reiterated his urgent call to bring an end to violence against women, a scourge whose impact is devastating and immeasurable, as the United Nations began a series of events to mark International Women's Day.
09:20 | 0 | EMportal
Statement by Spain’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Co-operation, Miguel Ángel Moratinos, Chairman-in-office of the Committee of Ministers
09:25 | 0 | Pravda.ru
The wife of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Svetlana Medvedev, topped the list of most successful businesswomen in Russia, the Institute for Politics and Business said.
09:27 | 0 | RT
It all began on the March 8, 1857, when female workers in textile, sewing and shoemaking factories assembled on the streets of New York. Their demands were simple: equal pay with men and similar working hours. Their otherwise peaceful walk was accompanied by the deafening banging