|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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12:35 | 0 | MIA
The Crisis Management Center (CMC) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) signed Tuesday a six-year memorandum of understanding and cooperation.
07:38 | 0 | BTA
Of the overall number of books, the majority were fiction (30.9 per cent), non-fiction (18.7 per cent), text (16.5 per cent) and science (16.2 per cent) books .In 2009, non-fiction books print outgrew that of science books.
08:01 08:02 | 0 | Croatian Times
Despite Serbian tourist agents’ claims that there is a lower interest in the Croatian seaside on the part of their customers, tourist transportation operators are doing well, the Serbian press reports.
08:03 | 0 | Croatian Times
Austrian firms have invested more in Croatia than companies from other countries in the first quarter of this year, it has been announced.
08:04 | 0 | Croatian Times
Nadan Vidosevic, president of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, is heading a delegation of eleven Croatian companies to Afghanistan.
08:07 | 0 | MIA
French lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to ban the wearing of face-covering veils in public spaces, as Europe toughens its approach to integrating Muslim immigrant communities, AFP reports