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German Investors from Romania interested in Vojvodina Nouriel Roubini: "Greece will default" Greece, Turkey seek closer cooperation in SMEs FRONTEX unit deployed on border with Turkey to stem illegal migration 2 dead, 15 hurt after 5.4 magnitude quake hits Kraljevo Novi Sad Fair and "Evropski poslovi" Join Forces Sutanovac in Libya discusses military-economic cooperation Right moment to sell Telekom Lissovolik: Crisis of currency and banking sector avoided Ivanovic: "Greater Albania" concept has never ceased to exist EIB grants EUR 250 mln loan for export, employment boost Serbia's new export offer Belgrade Economics Faculty to introduce MBA program Legal relaxations for SMEs Cvetkovic, Pahor open zinc factory in Indjija Bilateral relations between Serbia, Slovenia on the rise Kosovo Parliament dissolved, elections on Dec. 12 Russia-China oil pipeline launches full operation in test mode Verdicts of suspected Mladic supporters to be announced Thursday President Basescu calls on ruling coalition to set 2011 priority investments Nouriel Roubini,: Greece bankruptcy is a matter of time Greece: Parcel bombs neutralised; police on high alert Kosor: Tadic's visit - act of paying tribute to Vukovar victims EasyJet inaugurates Zagreb-Paris connection Additional security measures for Bulgarian diplomatic missions abroad Russian PM to visit Bulgaria on November 13 Albania: Berisha on 2011’s Budget Tadic's visit to ease tension between Serbia and Croatia Dun & Bradstreet: Intensified pace of Serbia’s economic recovery Dacic to visit Uzdin, Kovacica Dinkic to visit Leskovac Dacic to open regional training to combat cyber crime

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Serbian flag torched in Montenegro, perpetrator detained

07:24 07:26 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

The police in Cetinje has detained F.M.,19, who admitted burning the Serbian flag at the Ethnographic Museum in the night between Friday and Saturday, the Podgorica police directorate released.

Bulgaria ranks 5th among the 10 countries recommended by Lonely Planet to be visited in 2011

07:41 | broj komentara 0 | BNR

Bulgaria is among the countries that should be visited in 2011, recommends the tourist guide Lonely Planet. The country ranks 5th in a chart presenting the 10 must-visit destinations in 2011.

Bulgaria: "Lights On" campaign kicks off November 1

07:42 | broj komentara 0 | Focus News Agency

The ‘Lights On’ campaign kicks off in Bulgaria on November 1. Traffic police will observe whether cars’ lights are in order and are on. The measure will be valid until November 21.

"Boris Trajkovski" scholarships for Thessaloniki master studies

07:45 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Ministry of Education and Science, in cooperation with the President's Cabinet and International Faculty of the Thessaloniki-based City College, a part of the UK Sheffield University, signed Monday a protocol on providing 20 scholarships "Boris Trajkovski" for two-year

Romania gets IMF, EU conditional green light on aid

07:47 | broj komentara 0 | EUbusiness.com

The International Monetary Fund and the European Union gave conditional backing on Monday to new disbursements from a crucial lifeline to crisis-hit Romania, urging that austerity measures be implemented.

Russian, Bulgarian PMs discuss trade, economic cooperation

07:49 | broj komentara 0 | Itar-Tass

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borissov on Monday, November 1.

Greek police intercept parcel bomb addressed to Nicolas Sarkozy

07:53 | broj komentara 0 | France 24, AP

Police in Athens said Monday that an explosive device addressed to French President Nicolas Sarkozy was one of four packages intercepted by Greek authorities in the capital. A female courier was injured when one of the devices exploded.

Athens hit with more mail bombs

14:26 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs, Euronews

Greek police say a bomb exploded at the Swiss Embassy in Athens, and suspicious packages were detonated outside parliament, the Bulgarian Embassy and a courier company.


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