|Bulgaria's Kozloduy NPP Unit 5 evacuated over radiation incident||Serbia, Turkey and BiH back mutual support on EU path||6 NATO soldiers killed in Kabul||Stefanovic: Recognition of Kosovo is not aim of talks||Cvetkovic: Profit from Telekom should be reinvested||Budget lacks money for raising salaries and pensions||Greek FinMin: All necessary measures will be taken to achieve economic program targets||Eurostat: Greek fiscal deficit at 10.5pct in 2010||Belgrade City Library hosts exhibition to mark 25th anniversary of Chernobyl disaster||Body of dead Serb found in Gazivoda Lake||Dodik: I do not believe sanctions will be imposed due to referendum||Serbia has 77 political parties||FM Milososki visits Japan||At least 400 civilians killed in Syria revolt||Greece: Thirty car accident fatalities over Easter||Serbs parallel structures occupy court in northern Kosovo||IMF Mission to visit Sofia May 10-20||Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs warns against traveling to Syria||International conference on traffic safety||First Deputy Prime Minister to visit Greece, Albania||Jeremic on two-day visit to Brazil||Ivanovic: division of Kosmet out of question||EULEX could stay in Kosovo until 2014||Countryman: Serbia-Kosovo talks to lelad to important agreements||Stefanovic expects first concrete solutions||Tahiri says Pristina will not discuss division of Kosovo||Succession meeting postponed at Serbia's request|
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07:20 | 0 | BH Daily News
Police Station in the Old Town Sarajevo this morning informed around 8 am that an unknown explosive device was activated in the street of Tandareva.
07:22 | 0 | Emg.rs
In his New Year’s message the High Representative and EU Special Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Inzko, has outlined his views on political and economic priorities for 2011
07:25 | 0 | BNR
The traffic between Bulgaria and Greece was 50% down during this New Year holidays in comparison to the same period in 2009.
07:27 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
The subscribers of Bulgaria's two largest mobile phones operators Mtel and Globul sent over 11 million text messages on New Year's Eve, according to preliminary estimations by the operators.
07:29 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgaria's economy will start to recover gradually in 2011, fuelled by growth in exports and small domestic investments, and gather more momentum in the second half of the year, according to a poll carried out by Dnevnik among economists and business representatives.
07:33 | 0 | Croatian Times
The Mandi Shopping Centre in Zitnjak is said to be closing on January 16 after a supermarket in the centre sent out an announcement to its business partners telling them it ws closing due to the closure of the shopping centre.
07:35 | 0 | Croatian Times
Retail trade turnover grew this November by 3.8 per cent nominally or 2.4 per cent in real terms, data from the Central Bureau of Statistics shows.
07:42 | 0 | ANA
ESEE anticipated that it will be very difficult to 'heal the wounds' left by 2010 in business activity, the market and chiefly Greek commerce given that commerce recorded a decline in turnover and suffered the withdrawal of thousands of entrepreneurs from the profession.
07:44 | 0 | ANA
New, increased toll rates went into effect on Monday at several toll points in Greecen namely the toll stations at Afidnes, Thebes, Tragana and Aghia Triada.
07:47 07:51 | 3 | MIA
The UN mediator had made his recent formal contacts with the two parties in February and March 2009, when he visited Skopje and Athens, as well as in September when he met with President Gjorge Ivanov, Greek PM George Papandreou and FM Dimitris Droutsas in New York at the sideline
07:48 | 0 | MIA
ERC says the new prices come as a result of the crude oil average price worldwide and the Dollar-Denar exchange rate in the past fortnight.
07:51 | 0 | MIA
Positive economic indicators in the second and third quarters of 2010 are expected to continue in the course of this year. The Government expects the economy to rise by 3.5 percent in 2011, with the Central Bank projection at three percent.
07:53 | 0 | Agerpres
The foreign exchange reserves of the National Bank of Romania (BNR) in 2010 registered a 4.129 billion lei increase from 28.303 billion euros at the end of 2009 to 32.432 billion euros at the end of December 2010.