|Opinion poll: Unemployment Greeks' biggest fear for the future||Greek bond market closing report||Greek exports up 1.4 pct in Feb||Greece: Occupancy in tourism destinations up to 50 percent down||Greek inflation slowed to 1.7 pct in March||New envoy on Bulgarian-Greek economic cooperation||Greece: Renewable energy projects up 74% in 2011||Romania: MFP borrows almost a billion lei over a year with a 5.02 percent yield||AEC lowers prices for fixed telephony and Internet||Macedonian wine, fruit and vegetable at 2014 Winter Olympics in Soci||President Ivanov meets Patriarch Bartholomew in Istanbul||Croatia: Nearly 340,000 jobless registered with Employment Service||Rasmussen: NATO fully supports Euro-Atlantic aspirations of BiH||Close to 64,000 registered unemployed young people in Bulgaria in 2011||No new projects in view of Dick Marty's report||Dacic: Robbers arrested, money not found||Snake smuggling attempt foiled||Dacic: Bezdan seizure part of Operation Morava||Tadic: Serbia has system that is producing results||Stamenkovic:Serbia threatened by recession||Police arrest 14 suspects in 2008 U.S. Embassy torching||Malovic: Spain lauches extradition procedure for Bojovic|
09:34 | 0 | Fena
After seven days of negotiations, BiH Fiscal Council and International Monetary Fund (IMF) came to an agreement which successfully completed the first review on the stand-by arrangement, stated today BiH CoM chair Nikola Spiric who chairs the Fiscal Council.
09:35 | 0 | BNR
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov will go on a state visit to Greece from 24 to 26 November at the invitation of the Greek President Karolos Papoulias.
09:37 | 0 | RadioNET
Undergraduates of Pula University on Monday began with protest actions demanding free education, the building of dormitories and the standardisation of the Bologna process.
09:39 | 0 | EMportal
Health professionals were the first to undergo vaccination on Monday against the new flu virus at seven city of Athens municipal health clinics, within the framework of a national action plan to counter any major outbreak of the A/H1N1 flu virus in Greece.
09:41 | 0 | EMportal
The meeting will discuss the possibility of cooperation for the protection and viable development of the Prespes national park region, which straddles the borders of all three countries.
09:45 | 0 | MIA
Prices of gasoline increase by Denar 1 and prices of diesel fuel remain the same as of Monday midnight.
09:46 | 0 | Agerpres
The first swine flu death as a result of A/H1N1 infection has been reported in Romania
09:49 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
Traian Basescu obtained 32.43% of the votes, Mircea Geoana 31.16% and Crin Antonescu 20.02% according to the partial official results published by the Central Electoral Office on Monday, at 8PM, after counting 99.81% of the votes
09:54 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Opposition parties wrapped up three days of protest on Sunday (November 22nd), issuing an ultimatum to the government: launch an investigation into the June 28th general elections within ten days or prepare for more protests.
09:56 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Mirel announced that an EC team will arrive in BiH next month to assess Sarajevo's readiness to meet the criteria for visa-scrapping. Once the criteria are met, the EC could propose abolishing visas for Bosnian citizens early next year.
09:59 | 0 | ANSAmed
The agreement exempts Albanian citizens from visa requirement for their stay in Turkey for up to 90 days in a six months period.
11:50 | 0 | Dnevnik
The Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) stuck to foreign market trends last week, in a low trading volume, stirred by only several large deals.
11:54 | 0 | RadioNET
The Croatian government on Saturday forwarded to parliament a draft 2010 budget which envisages revenues of HRK 112.8 billion, up 1.5 per cent from this year, and expenditures of HRK 121.4 billion, HRK 904 million more than this year.
14:46 | 0 | EMportal
Presidential election in Romania generally met OSCE commitments and other international standards, but steps are needed to address remaining shortcomings, the limited election observation mission deployed by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) concluded
12:07 | 0 | ANSAmed
Citibank has decided to close or unify ten offices in the Attica zone of Greece.