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06:16 | 0 | Beta
The successor states of the former YU have divided just five of the total 123 pieces of real estate from the joint diplomatic fund abroad, whereas the division of another 44 facilities was agreed on back in 2006, but has not been carried out yet.
06:19 | 0 | Tanjug
Merkel welcomed Croatia's efforts towards reconciliation of all regional countries, the statement reads. Josipovic told the journalists that he received full support for the regional policy carried out by Croatia, and the country's speedy EU accession.
06:56 | 0 | Tanjug
Fourteen border police officers were arrested at the Danube Bridge checkpoint between Bulgaria and Romania.
07:06 | 0 | MIA
The meeting's attendants sheared opinions and information on current developments related to the name issue, which as Ivanov said, has been burdening Macedonia for two decades and hindering its EU, NATO membership.
07:12 | 0 | Croatian Times
A Linz court has decided that former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader will remain in detention until March 18 due to fears that he could flee if released.
07:35 | 0 | MIA
Three people have been killed and dozens were injured in extensive anti-government clashes outside the prime minister's office in the Albanian capital Friday, in the worst violence to erupt in the volatile Balkan country in more than a decade, AP news agency reports.