|Perisic sentenced to 27 years in prison||Brammertz to visit Belgrade on September 12||FM Lambrinidis carries out working visit to Zagreb, Belgrade and Pristina||Montenegro: Debate on electoral law postponed until Wednesday||Pupils stage protest in Kosovska Mitrovica and Zubin Potok||Greece: Bank credit remained negative in July||SEV President: Eurozone exit will return Greece to 1950s-era conditions||Greek company to build two tunnels on Corridor 10||Montenegrin MPs to discuss election bill||Serbian foreign minister says renewal of relations is not out of nostalgia||Stefanovic: Pristina authorities deploy customs officers at checkpoints||PM Boc: It is highest time for companies to invest in Romania||Steel Con opens new plant in Kumanovo region||Fule: Name row could be settled by year's end, reforms must resume||Locomotives of Russia's development||AMC gains Albania's second 3G license||40th Book Festival opens at Zappeion||Greece mission to Libya, humanitarian aid to Tripoli||ND leader's schedule for TIF events announced||Josipovic: Crisis in Croatia isn't over yet||Russia plans to freeze Bourgas-Alexandroupolis project||Lukoil's CEO pledges further investments in Bulgaria||EU assists Bosnia i Herzegovina in preparing independent sector analyses of agriculture sectors||Albania: Lobo Sosa Visits Taçi Oil Group||Ban Ki-Moon: Non-Aligned Movement natural partner of U.N.||Calls from Northern Kosovo for Stefanovic's dismissal||Pristina to get good news from Vatican soon, says nuncio||Food prices in Serbia follow trends in world commodity markets||First regional centre for development of agriculture||Diana Dragutinovic appointed as NBS vice governor again||SPS once again together with PUPS and JS, says Dacic||Acceptance of stamps means recognition of Kosovo, says Tahiri||Donation of Japanese government to hospital for endemic nephropathy, Lazarevac medical centre||Djelic to present Draft law on restitution and indemnification, Draft law on public property||Presentation of programme for perpetrators of domestic violence||Honduras will help Kosovo||Dacic: NAM countries potential market for Serbian economy||Passenger traffic at Izvori crossing back to normal||Tadic: Deepening cooperation with NAM countries in Serbia’s interest|
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06:07 | 0 | Tanjug
High representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Valentin Inzko stated on Monday in VItez that BiH will get a EU candidate status in four or five years.
06:21 | 88 | Alsat
Referring to the 822 secret files published in the American website, which mention the name of Albania, historian Sabri Godo thinks that this is the moment where we can finally learn the truth about 1997.
06:25 | 4 | Alsat
The opposition restarted its protests in the city of Elbasan. During his speech in the presence of his supporters, Chairman of the Socialist Party (SP) Edi Rama said that it is time to follow a new model of governance. And according to him, this can be achieved only transparency
06:26 | 0 | BH news daily
Among the WikiLeaks classified documents, according to the Der Spiegel’s Interactive Atlas, there also are 836 cables from Ljubljana, 668 from Priština, 522 from FYRMacedonia and 164 from Montenegro.
06:28 | 0 | BH Daily News
A two-day conference of national authorities, regional organizations and international partners on justice and security cooperation in South East Europe is to open in Sarajevo tomorrow, under the auspices of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Secretariat.
06:30 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Two ships collided at sea near Cape Emine. Photo by BGNES Two ships have collided in the Black Sea some 20 km south of Bulgaria's Emine Cape, with one of them sinking, and 6 sailors gone missing.
06:34 | 0 | BNR
The November temperature in Bulgaria reached a record high. It was warmest in Northern Bulgaria with temperatures soaring to 25 C°.
06:35 | 0 | Croatian Times
A total of 1,686 documents in which American diplomats exchange information about Croatia, have been published on WikiLeaks.
06:37 | 0 | RadioNET
In 2011 the economy is expected to grow by 1.5 per cent, in 2012 it will go up 2.1 per cent, while this year will end with a drop of 1.8 per cent, according to the European Commission's Economic Forecast 2010-2012, published on Monday.
06:39 | 0 | ANA
The maritime affairs ministry on Monday afternoon announced the civil mobilisation of merchant seamen serving in the domestic coastal shipping sector, following a decision by a union representing the latter to declare another 48-hour strike hours earlier.
06:40 | 0 | ANA
06:43 | 0 | ANA
A nationwide media strike has been called for Tuesday, November 30, throughout Greece, from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
06:44 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
By its very nature, field reporting to Washington is candid and often raw information. It is preliminary and often incomplete. It is not an expression of policy, nor does it always shape final policy decisions, the US Embassy to Bucharest statement about the information leaks
06:50 | 0 | Emg.rs
Ljubljana - Slovenia and Croatia exchanged diplomatic notes on the ratification of the Arbitration Agreement signed in Stockholm on 4 November 2009.
06:56 | 0 | SEtimes.com
A new party of ethnic Albanians called Albanian Union has been established, local media reported on Sunday Its leader, Valjon Belja, who headed the NGO Realiteti, says his party will seek reforms in the political system and the "cantonisation" of the country.
07:31 | 0 | Tanjug
All investigations on the Croatian Electric Power Industry (HEP) and its former president Ivan Mravak could be consolidated into one case, and the person who conducted the business of the HEP, former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader, should be exposed and thus become the