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07:57 | 0 | MIA
Eight persons, including two policeman, have been injured in a clash between two groups on Sunday at the Skopje Fortress, where a museum-church is under construction.
07:59 | 0 | Athensnews.gr, ANA
A Lebanese-Palestinian man identified in an Italian press report a day earlier as a member of the terror-linked group -- "Fatah al Islam" -- was arrested in Athens on Sunday evening.
08:00 | 0 | Athensnews.gr, ANA
The finance ministry's press office on Sunday issued a statement denying that the ministry's special secretary for privatisations used, amongst others, the phrase "implementation risks" when referring to Greece, found in an article carried by the Dow Jones service.
08:02 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Prices of foods in Bulgaria has been up with an impressive 2% over the passing week, according to the governmental agency overseeing food prices.
08:08 | 0 | BNR
Bulgaria is second in the chart of countries that bought most TV series with 27 different titles. Kazakhstan is first with 42 Turkish TV series bought.
08:12 | 0 | MIA
Opening of new crossing on Macedonia-Kosovo border and facilitating the customs procedure will contribute to bolstering the cooperation between the tow countries, the Finance Ministers Zoran Stavreski and Ahmet Chala respectively said Friday after a ceremony of signing a bilateral
08:13 | 0 | BH Daily News
With the support of the USAID-Sida FIRMA Project, representatives from four BiH metal processing companies are attending two major automotive industry trade events in St. Petersburg, Russia, on February 17-19 -- Automechanika 2011 and Autoinvest 2011.
08:15 | 0 | BH Daily News
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) and the Sarajevo Regional Development Agency (SERDA) have began to present favorable loans to small and medium enterprises in the metal, wood and tourism industries, in Sarajevo.
08:17 | 0 | Croatian Times
Low-cost carriers are expected to bring around 360,000 guests to Dubrovnik this season, the same as they did last, officials say.