|Montenegro granted EU membership candidacy||Tadic: Judiciary reform should be up to EU standards||Oil mafia arrested||Croatia´s retailers kick off the Christmas season||Kosor rules out Croatia's participation in Bulgarian nuclear plant project||High Representative Inzko reports to UN Security Council||Strauss Adriatic presents the new “Doncafé Aroma Expert” system||Protocol on cooperation between the Serbian and Portuguese chambers of commerce||AKR and PSD reach pre-election coalition||Isa Mustafa elected new Head of LDK||Serbian Business Club to be founded in UAE||Cvetkovic calls on Egyptian businessmen to invest in Serbia||Account for help to Kraljevo generates RSD 56.4m so far||Increased interest of Japanese investors in Serbia||Jeremic, Tadic on elections in Kosovo||Greece: Abstention the clear winner in local government elections||Skopje hosts European PR leaders conference||EC set to unveil FYRMacedonia's progress report for 2010 on Tuesday||FYROM: Diesel prices rise by Denar 0,5, gasoline prices unchanged||Operation "Hit" against drug dealers simultaneously in RS, FBiH, Croatia||Minister Skundric opens Belgrade Oil Forum||Tadic: European Commission report is positive||INTERPOL General Assembly opens in Qatar with global ministerial support for policing activities||Bus drops off cliff in Albania, killing at least 8 people||Russia's Putin to pay working visit to Bulgaria||Visa liberalisation for Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina|
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07:40 | 0 | Emg.rs
On 8 November the EU decided that the citizens of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina possessing biometric passports will be able to travel without visa to the Schengen area. With this decision, the two countries join the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia
07:44 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will arrive in Sofia on Saturday (November 13th) for talks with his Bulgarian counterpart, Boyko Borisov, on the two countries' joint energy projects and ways for boosting bilateral trade relations.
07:47 | 0 | Xinhua
At least eight Albanians were killed and five were in a critical condition after their Greece-bound bus fell off the road into a 100-meter precipice in southern Albania, police and witnesses said.
07:58 | 0 | Fena
Raids are carried out on more than 20 locations and in RS and FBiH and more than 12 persons are being processed who are under suspicion of being involved in illegal production and traffic of drugs.
08:03 | 0 | MIA
Retail prices of Eurodiesel and extra light household fuel rise by half a denar per liter, while gasoline prices remain the same as of midnight, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has decided.
08:04 | 0 | MIA
According to reports from Brussels and expectations from Macedonian authorities, in general the report is going to be positive underscoring the country's progress and areas lacking breakthrough.
08:05 | 0 | MIA
"Leaders in PR and Communications" is the topic of interactive conference taking place Monday in Skopje. Persons creating PR industry in Europe will present their experiences at this first conference of this kind in the region.
08:07 | 0 | ANA
For yet another electoral battle in Greece, 'none of the above' proved the clear winner; four in 10 disenchanted voters preferred to stay home on election Sunday rather than head for the polling booths to vote for local government officials in municipalities and regions.
11:46 | 0 | Emg.rs
After a difficult period of stagnation, the outcome of the elections on 3 October offers hope and new options for Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is now up to the elected politicians to lead the country back on the reform track, declares High Representative Valentin Inzko in his
11:50 | 0 | Radio NET
Croatia will not take part in the project to build the nuclear power plant Belene in Bulgaria which it has been invited to join alongside Serbia, Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said after the Danube Summit in Bucharest on Monday.
11:51 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatian retailers are gearing up for the Christmas season earlier than ever before, starting with sales and festive window displays just days into November.
18:29 | 0 | Tanjug
European Commission will present the opinion on Montenegrin candidacy for EU membership on Tuesday afternoon, and it was announced that positive opinion will be announced by European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Stefan Fule.