|Tadic: "Our most important task is to keep Serbs in Kosovo"||Peaceful night at barricades in northern Kosovo||Turkish FM: Turkish-Serbian relations improve stability in Balkans||Acropolis Museum open all day on Friday||Serb Patriarch visits Halki School of Theology in Turkey||Alpha Eurobank to begin operating in early December||Italian low-cost airline Blu-express to introduce Skopje-Roma flights||Greece: Business owners request compensation for damages during protests||Greece: 24-hour public transport strike on Tuesday||Greece and China sign economic cooperation memorandum||Russia, Armenia rely on South Stream to boost regional ties||Russia wants UN to address Libyan issue||Bulgaria: Plevneliev 39.67%, Kalfin 29.75%||The death toll from the earthquake in Turkey exceeded 200 people||China's Huawei to invest nearly 200 million euros in Romania by 2014||Good time to buy flats in Zagreb||Painful cuts await new government, HNB Governor warns||Croatia: Students block Faculty of Philosophy over tuition fees||Greek companies move businesses in Bulgaria||GERB won the elections for Sofia||Bosnia's EPRS tenders to sell H1 2012 power surplus||Cvetkovic: Govt. is carefully drafting 2012 budget||Croatia: War criminal Glavas to head election list||Akashi: Details of Markale case still unclear||Serbian parliament speaker to visit U.S. Congress||Amendments to be discussed Thursday||Drews visits KFOR troops in Zubin Potok||Students continue protests despite incidents||President Tadic urges independent probe||Kalinic, Simovic sentenced to 30 years in prison||Dacic to meet group of European journalists||Mrkonjic on visit to Italy||Italian company Vagnone & Boeri to cooperate with AD Elan company from Prijepolje||IPA funds to provide €12,3 million for cross-border projects||Fifty-one project approved in investment promotion programme||Djelic on two-day visit to Stuttgart||Tirana, Pristina form joint consular service||Kosovo Serbs to hold press conference Tuesday||Fajon: Asylum seekers not affecting EU candidacy||Markovic meets Angola's culture minister||NBS Governor: Gov't did not stick to agreement||Josipovic ready for agreement with Serbia|
08:50 | 0 | Fena
Election result of the Party of BiH (SBiH) do not make it responsible nor relevant for constituting of executive authority in BiH, but Presidency of SBiH decided to act constructively in the election capacity they have and give contribution to this process regardless of the
08:52 | 0 | BNR
A book, entitled “Special Diet for Special Children,” paying attention to the relations between biochemical processes and autism will be presented at the conference.
08:53 | 0 | Focus
Thick fog caused delays of several flights at Sofia Airport, while other had to be redirected to other airports. From 00:00 a.m. until 9 a.m. the traffic at Sofia Airport was realised under low visibility, the press office of the airport announced.
08:58 | 0 | Sofia Echo
Bulgarian-language mass-circulation newspapers 24 Chassa, Trud, 168 Chassa and Sedmichen Trud are to recruit new editors-in-chief, Lyubomir Pavlov, president of Newspaper Group Bulgaria's editorial board, Lyubomir Pavlov, said on January 9 2010.
09:00 | 0 | RadioNET
Croatian Justice Minister Drazen Bosnjakovic said on Sunday evening he had talked to his Serbian counterpart by telephone in the afternoon about the possible existence of a list of suspected Croatian war criminals other than the one provided by Belgrade previously.
09:02 | 0 | ANA
The Athens metro and the electric rail line (ISAP) are expected to be out of service between noon and 4 p.m. on Monday. Additionally, buses, trolley buses and the tram lines will also observe a work stoppage between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
09:05 | 0 | MIA
A report by the increasingly influential Frontex - the European agency responsible for the management of operational cooperation of EU member-states' external borders - refers to an "unprecedented" situation in terms of illegal migration in Greece's land borders with
09:07 | 0 | MIA
Almost all scheduled takeoffs and landings at Alexander the Great airport in Skopje have been cancelled due to dense fog.
11:22 | 0 | Tanjug
The trip between Athens and the second largest city of Thessaloniki, 515 kilometers to the north, will cost EUR 23,20 for a one-way trip, up from EUR 17, AP reported.