|Tsipras: Exit from euro not an option||Accident in ammunition depot in Bulgaria||Brussels prolongs EULEX for two more years||Dinar up 0.3 percent, RSD 117.36 for one euro||Lufthansa inaugurates Bucharest-Berlin direct flights||Business community satisfied, fresh EUR 111 million to save thousands of jobs||PM Gruevski: Swedish businessmen should use Macedonia investment benefits||Athens: Libyan embassy take-over ends||Construction of South Stream to begin before the end of 2012||Cyprus: Adoption of the Annual reports on EU assistance to the Turkish Cypriot community and implementation of the Green Line Regulation||Employment rises slightly in Croatia||Record breaking tourist results for Dubrovnik||Italian mafia godfather arrested in Dubrovnik||EU, NATO respond to Nikolic's statement about Srebrenica||Russia sets new financial requirements for South Stream project, which Bulgaria cannot sign at ease: minister||PM Berisha inaugurates Uji i Ftohtë tunnel in Vlora||State Audit begins with audit of Serbia's public debt||"Imlek" took over "Natura Vita" from Teslic for 8 million EUR||Monument of Constantine I gets erected in Nis||Volunteers get 40 years for crimes in Bijeljina||Pensioners/employees ratio reaches 1,05 – 1||Serbia records USD 364.7 mil surplus with CEFTA||FYRMacedonia: Gasoline, diesel prices drop||Greece: New website gives visitors a chance to gain insider tips||EMG's editorial staff and TV Avala's employees on strike, Pravda suspends its edition||Nikolic to meet with DS representatives Wednesday||Serbs play best reggae in Europe|
07:37 | 0 | Tanjug
Unidentified offenders have damaged 13 tombstones at the Orthodox cemetery village of Tenja, near Osijek in eastern Croatia.
08:37 | 0 | Alsat
Prime Minister Sali Berisha defined the local elections and tourism as the main priorities for 2011. During the governmental meeting, he said that they should start preparations for the tourism season, because the local government will be more focused on the electoral campaign.
08:39 | 0 | Fena
Speaking at a press conference on economic trends in the Canton of Sarajevo in the period January - November 2010, Grebo said that the industrial production in this period compared to same period 2009 declined by 1.5 percent, while in 11 months of 2010 the industrial production
08:41 | 0 | BH Daily News
The Government of the United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), announced that Acting USAID Mission Director Craig Buck will open a new capital project in cooperation with the Čitluk municipality.
08:43 | 0 | BNR
Bulgarian Defense Minister Anyu Angelov met in Sofia with Gen. Terry M. Hasten, Adjutant General of the Tennessee National Guard and acquainted him with reforms in defense and with the Plan for the Development of the Armed Forces.
08:46 | 0 | BNR
Turkey has started building 18 joint projects with its neighboring countries for the construction of dams along its border rivers with Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Iraq, Syria, and Iran.
08:47 | 0 | BNR
Albania’s GDP has gone up by 4.9 percent in the third quarter of 2010 compared to the same period of 2009. Agriculture, telecommunications, and tourism have emerged as the main sectors of the Albanian economy.
08:48 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgaria will introduce a complete ban on smoking in cafes and restaurants covering less than 50 square metres (538 sq ft) in mid-2011, the country's health ministry said Tuesday.
08:50 | 0 | Croatian Times
The water has reached the thresholds of some holiday homes on Zeleni Otok Green near the village of Batina (Osijek-Baranja County),something which has not been seen in the last 90 years.
08:52 08:54 | 3 | MIA, Pioneer-Investors.com
Bolivia becomes the 131. country using the Republic of Macedonia's constitutional name in bilateral relations. Zimbabwe is the latest country establishing diplomatic ties with Macedonia under the constitutional name on 14 January.
08:54 | 0 | ACT
Carrefour sales in Romania dropped last year by 0.4% to 1.l3 billion euro, but they were influenced positively by the expansion of operations, according to the data published by the French group, Mediafax informs.
08:57 08:59 | 0 | ANA
The Greek government on Tuesday categorically denied it was seeking an extension of the repayment period of the country’s entire debt, reiterating that it was discussing an extension only of the EU-ECB-IMF 110-bln-euro loan -- and nothing more.
08:59 | 0 | ANA
Greece’s informal job market totals more than 500,000 employees, according to a report by the labour supervisor force, published on Tuesday.
09:00 | 0 | ANA
Strikes and work stoppages have been announced for the rest of week by labour and civil servant unions, as well as associations representing lawyers, pharmacists and the debt-plagued Greek Railways (OSE).
09:03 | 0 | BTA
Bulgaria's Council of Ministers Wednesday decided to ask the National Assembly to take a vote of confidence on the overall policy of the Boyko Borissov Cabinet, the Government Information Service said. A plenary debate on the motion is expected to take place on Thursday.