|DS: Five key measures for better life||Turkish business representatives express great interest in Albania||Greece's Alpha Bank, EFG Eurobank move to shore up capital ratios - reports||Bulgaria faces risk of renewed recession in 2012 - analysts||Nuclear: Istanbul to host Iran-G5+1 talks||Croatian media best among transition countries||2012 World Car of the Year winners announced in New York||Romania's trade deficit widens by EUR 437.8 ml||Over 100,000 foreign tourists expected to arrive in Bulgaria for the Easter holidays||ANSAmed: Russia Novatek eyes Cyprus offshore gas fields||Greece: Inflation slows, basic products more expensive||Ragousis tenders his resignation to PM||Miracle in Skopje church attracts thousands||Russian investors interested in agricultural purchasing centers in Macedonia||China might build nuclear plant on Turkey's Black Sea coast||FYROM: Gasoline prices rise, diesel fuel down||President Ivanov at Alliance of Civilizations conference, Euro-Asian Economic Summit||Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme 2012 promoted||Boral Aluminyum to build new production facility in Doljevac||Oliver Ivanovic: We don't need help in organizing elections in KiM||Sutanovac: 67 VS soldiers in 5 peace missions||Pograjc to take over as KFOR deputy commander||Jeremic:Chinese-Serbia relations set for expansion||Azerbaijani loan to speed up Ibar highway works|
08:41 | 0 | Beta
The Croatian Parliament's Mandate-Immunity Commission on Aug. 16 unilaterally and without debate confirmed the end of the MP mandate of Branimir Glavas, who was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for war crimes against Serbian civilians in 1991 in Osijek, reports the Hina
08:42 | 0 | Alsat
The project for paid public parking in Tirana was firstly applied in the “Deshmoret e Kombit” Boulevard and in the “Italia” Square. This is an initiative of the municipality of Tirana, which aims at avoiding traffic and unnecessary vehicle circulation.
08:44 08:51 | 0 | Emg.rs, Alsat
Ilir Muka, the person who caused the death of 35-year-old Aristotel Guma from Himara was given a sentence of indefinite imprisonment.
08:48 | 0 | BTA
Bulgaria's balance of payments on current account was in 117 million euro surplus for June 2010, compared to a deficit of 3.8 million euro for May and of over 280 million euro for June 2009, according to figures released by the Bulgarian National Bank on Monday.
08:52 | 0 | BTA
Foreign investors are returning to Bulgaria, but the capital they bring is far below the value a year ago, when investments were already contracting and the country's GDP declined steeply.
08:55 09:02 | 0 | BTA
Only two banks have decided to start offering student loans: DSK Bank and Raiffeisen Bank, and have signed agreements to that effect with the Education Ministry, the e-zine mediapool.bg reported Monday.
08:57 | 0 | BTA
A US-based consortium of Americans, Canadians and Israelis is starting to build a facility for the cultivation of ten special algae species used as pharmaceutical industry inputs on a 9-ha abandoned fish-breeding pond near the Village of Pomen.
09:00 | 0 | BNR
Over 150 participants in the yacht Tour International Danubien (TID) have landed in the Danubean town of Vidin in northwestern Bulgaria. They will visit some of the local landmarks and attractions.
09:02 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgarian flag carrier Bulgaria Air is joining forces with LFG Lufthansa Service, a subsidiary of Germany’s Lufthansa, will form a joint catering company, the Bulgarian carrier said.
09:04 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgarians who travelled abroad in June trimmed spending by 34% year-on-year to EUR 76 million, according to the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB).
09:05 | 0 | Radio.net
Wolfgang Kulterer, former Hypo Alpe Adria Bank management board president, was transferred to the pre-trial custody on Sunday after he was arrested on Friday morning on suspicion on malfeasance in the bank, according to the Austrian APA news agency.
09:07 | 0 | ANA
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou and his visiting Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday announced the creation of a joint committee to deal with all possible issues of bilateral cooperation, including security, tourism, investments, energy and innovation.
09:12 | 0 | MIA
The Cabinet of the President of Macedonia is organising between 16-26 August a training course for young leaders, where 40 young people will have the chance to attend lectures by renowned professors from US, Germany, Britain, Hungary, Kosovo and FYRMacedonia.
09:14 | 0 | MIA
As of Monday midnight fuel prices in Macedonia will be higher for half a Denar, while diesel ones will increase for one Denar, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) said.
09:18 09:20 | 0 | Agerpres
The Chamber of Deputies passed 204 to 2 and 2 abstentions the Law concerning the organisation and functioning of the National Integrity Agency (ANI), at today's extraordinary session.
09:21 | 0 | Agerpres
The total number of registered tourists on holiday on the Romanian seaside was 187,674 on Saturday and 192,040 on Sunday, according to Constanta County Police Inspectorate, published by the Seaside - Danube Delta Association for Tourism Promotion and Development.
09:24 | 0 | SEtimes.com
High Representative Valentin Inzko on Sunday (August 15th) lifted sanctions against three people who were removed from office for obstructing implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement.
09:27 | 0 | Ria Novosti
A senior Romanian diplomat who was detained in Moscow while trying to obtain military secrets from a Russian national has been declared persona non grata and ordered to leave the country within 48 hours, the Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Monday.
09:29 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called on oligarchs to help the victims of the wildfires raging across Russia.
09:30 09:41 | 0 | Itar-Tass
Russia withdraws from the agreement on the International Science and Technology Center / ISTC-ISTC /. The corresponding decree was signed by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.