|Concert of the European Union Baroque Orchestra in Belgrade||Piraeus Bank proposes to take over ATE & Post Banks||Belgian Sources: Agreement between Delhaize and Delta||Regular supply of Petrohemija secured||Leterme: EU will carefully monitor Serbia's reaction to ICJ||Car accident rate falls by 32.5% since beginning of the year||Launching event of FYRMacedonia-Greece Cross-Border Cooperation program 2007-2013||Slovenia's Parliament adopts Western Balkans declaration||Bucharest hosts 2010 World Unifight Championships||Criminals moving from pistols to Kalashnikovs, EU agency warns||New general director for ANA-MPA appointed||Vyara Ankova elected BNT Director General||Jeremic to visit Kazakhstan||Dacic, Karamarko to discuss cooperation in fighting crime||Government adopts spatial planning bill||Protocol to be signed on implementation of Novi Sad University Central Building Project||Director of EU Integration Office to hold conference||Cvetkovic to meet with Speaker of Canadian House of Commons||“Who is Who in Serbian Finances”||Students from Serbia achieve great success at Imagine Cup|
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06:44 | 0 | ΜΙΑ
The death toll from Haiti's earthquake could be between 45,000 and 50,000, with a further three million people hurt or homeless, a senior Haitian Red Cross official said on Thursday.
10:23 | 0 | EMportal
The first wave of American search-and-rescue teams, disaster relief experts, military forces and supplies are at work in Haiti, beginning what President Obama says will be a massive U.S. relief effort in response to the January 12 earthquake, which caused losses that he called
10:44 | 0 | EMportal
The 41-year-old Hadjicostis created the Sigma TV station, and also worked on modernising the Dias media group, which includes newspapers, magazines and radio stations.
10:53 | 0 | bhnews
The BiH Prosecution has raised an indictment against Haris Basic and Enis Ajkunic for abuse of office and authority.
10:55 | 0 | bhnews
Some 400 million euros in uncollected taxes is outstanding in Bosnia's Croat-Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) part, according to information collected by the office of the region's prosecutor.
10:58 | 0 | BTA
The Bulgarian Transport Ministry has asked the Foreign Ministry of Greece to ensure clear passage for Bulgarian vehicles to and from Greece during contemplated protests of Greek farmers, the Transport Ministry said Thursday.
11:00 | 0 | BNR
In connection with the police search of the offices and homes of six officials from Bulgaria’s SAPARD Agency who are being investigated on charges of conflict of interests and frauds.
11:04 | 0 | ANA
Prime Minister George Papandreou on Thursday voiced support for and solidarity with the people of Haiti following a devastating earthquake that struck "one of the poorest countries of the planet".
11:06 | 0 | EMportal, Focus, Xronos.gr
The new road linking Thermes, near Xanthi, northeastern Greece with Zlatograd and Plovdiv, Bulgaria, will reduce the present 6-hour drive by half, to three hours.
11:13 | 0 | ANA
The federation of fuel company vendors on Thursday vigorously came out in favour of installing cash registers in petrol stations, a long-standing demand by repeated governments that has always generated opposition by the gas station owners' associations.
11:16 | 0 | ANA
A controversial amendment dealing with tax issues, from a large hike in taxes on cigarettes and alcoholic drinks to provisions relating to inheritances and parental gifts tax, was tabled again in Parliament on Friday in the form of a draft law using the provisions for urgent proceedings.
11:20 | 0 | ANA
Farmers in northern Greece were on Thursday working up to another round of tractor blockades along national highways and at border crossings, similar to those that had paralysed road travel into and across the country last winter, with meetings to be held by regional farmer unions
11:23 | 0 | ANA
The novel influenza A (H1N1) is reportedly abating in Greece although scientists underline that the number of deaths caused by the virus has risen in the past few weeks, the National Influenza Pandemic Committee concluded on Thursday.
11:25 | 0 | ANA
The annual Book Fair organised by the Association of Book Publishers of Greece opens Friday in Klafthmonos Square in downtown Athens, and will run for 10 days, through Sunday, January 24.
11:27 | 2 | MIA
The Government is not contemplating changes to the Law on Smoking Protection, despite the announced protests of cafe and restaurant owners by closing their facilities on January 22, said Vice Premier for Economic Affairs Vladimir Pesevski at Thursday's press conference.
11:29 | 0 | MIA
The idea for settling the name dispute in several phases, presented by Democratic Union's leader Pavle Trajanov, is fully unacceptable for Greece, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski told reporters on Thursday.
11:31 | 0 | Agerpres, Hotnews.ro
The 2010 State Budget Law has been passed on Thursday, in a 192 to 138 vote.
11:33 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
According to the initial track, South Stream will pass through the Black Sea and Bulgaria but Bulgaria might be replaced by Romania if it will fail to take an official attitude.
11:39 | 0 | BH Daily News
Croatia and Slovenia are ready to resolve outstanding issues blocking Zagreb's EU membership talks, the prime ministers of the two countries Jadranka Kosor and Borut Pahor respectively said after meeting on Wednesday.
11:56 | 0 | EMportal, Itar-Tass
As many as 1,589 participants from 56 countries will put on display their achievements at 26 stands in the total area of 11,000 square metres. About one-third of the participants are foreign companies and organisations, the rest are German ones.