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06:07 | 0 | Tanjug
At a press conference held for a group of journalists invited from Brussels to Budapest to attend the inauguration of the six-month Hungarian EU presidency, Orban said Hungary intended and wanted to conclude the accession negotiations with Croatia during Hungary's EU presidency,
06:24 | 0 | Alsat
the Albanian authorities officially invited the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and EULEX to find the truth about everything that is related to crimes against human beings.
06:27 | 0 | Fena
European Commission asked Germany to report on the development of events after German consumers were warned to avoid potentially contaminated eggs, because highly toxic dioxin was found in food for poultry and swines last week, which made thousands of farms to stop sale.
06:30 | 0 | BTA
In Bulgaria cases of hepatitis are registered each week in all seasons. In 2011 the country enters a cycle of a higher hepatitis incidence, meaning that more than the normal number of cases will continue to appear over the next couple of weeks, the Health Ministry said.
06:32 | 0 | BTA
According to the German veterinary authorities, no dioxin-contaminated animal feed has been imported to Bulgaria. The information was received Wednesday via the EU Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF), the National Veterinary Service said.
06:35 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatia has stepped up its controls of animal feed and food products coming from Germany amid fears that dioxin-poisoned fodder and foodstuff could be seeping through the borders.
06:40 | 0 | Agerpres
On Thursday, at the BNR headquarters, Romania's President Traian Basescu, together with Prime Minister Emil Boc and Minister of Finance Gheorghe Ialomitianu, had a working meeting with BNR Governor Mugur Isarescu and with members of the BNR executive management.
12:02 | 0 | ANA
The winter sales period officially opens on January 15, but shops are already selling goods at discount prices to attract customers after a lacklustre holiday period.
12:08 12:14 | 0 | ANA, Emg
Incidents broke out Wednesday night in Keratea, eastern Attica, between police and residents in continuing protests against the construction of a landfill in their district.
12:09 12:11 | 0 | ANA
Distomo residents had been awarded war reparations from Germany by an Italian court, which ruled that Germany should pay 25 million euro to relatives of the massacre victims plus interest from 1997.
19:52 | 0 | RadioNET
Serb Christian Orthodox believers, who observe the Julian calendar, congregated in the Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord in Zagreb on Thursday evening for a Christmas Eve service with the traditional consecration of the Yule Log.
19:55 | 0 | MIA
President Gjorge Ivanov, Parliament Speaker Trajko Veljanoski and Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski attended Friday at the 'St Clement of Ohrid' Church in Skopje the Christmas liturgy, led by the Archbishop of Ohrid and Macedonia, HH Stefan.