|Serbs to be evacuated by aircrafts, ship||HRW: Libyan commanders should face justice for killings||Deniau: We want to find out whole truth about organ trafficking||Pino Arlacchi: Kosovo is a mafia state||Greek police clash with the protesters in central Athens||Ivanovic meets UNMIK and EULEX representatives||Greek debt can be discussed in wider package says Merkel||Greece: General labour strike on Wednesday||Russian starts evacuation of citizens from Libya||The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends avoiding trips to Lybia||Gruevski invites Crvenkovski to snap, fair elections||Macedonian MFA urges citizens not to travel to Libya||Greeks ready to leave Libya||Greece has second highest petrol prices in Europe||Croatia´s unemployment highest since May 2003||Anti-government protest rally held in Zagreb||Croatian arms dealer suspected of smuggling weapons to Iraq||Mesic to lead Croatian businessmen to Libya despite unrest||Bulgarian Cabinet Airbus on way to Libyan capital||EC President Herman Van Rompuy expected to Bulgaria on Wednesday||National Security Advisory Council meets in Sofia||Sutanovac: Agreement with EU to be signed in late March||Agreement on seventh and last revision of SBA between Serbia, IMF||Effective investigation into trafficking of human organs in Kosovo necessary||Japanese government to donate two digital, 30 analogue mammography apparatuses||Dacic to open closing conference of twinning project for integrated border management||Handover of archaeological, numismatic materials of Turkish origin||Djelic: Serbia can count on Germany's support||Tadic to visit Japan from March 7-10||Nacional: Sanader to be extradited to Croatia by end of May||ICTY to hold status conference in Ramus Haradinaj case||Brammertz says cooperation good||Kosovo elects new President, Cabinet||Feith's mandate extended||Norway invests EUR1.5 bln in Serbia over last 15 years||Colak: Serbia could export four times as much to Turkey||Economy main topic of Putin's visit to Serbia||Serbian, Bulgarian PMs open business forum in Sofia|
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11:04 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgaria may pay its installment as a shareholder in the Bourgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project, but its decision will come after the environmental impact assessment is out, the finance ministry told daily Dnevnik in response to an inquiry.
08:26 | 0 | Emg.rs
High Representative and EU Special Representative, Valentin Inzko, met yesterday in Sarajevo OSCE's High Commissioner on National Minorities, Ambassador Knut Vollebaek.
08:28 | 0 | ANA
Aegean Airlines on Monday announced the suspension of its flights to Cairo, noting that the instability in the Egyptian capital has resulted in low capacity on the flights.
08:30 | 1 | MIA
VMRO-DPMNE together with DUI and the smaller parties have a majority in the Parliament, which is able to vote in favour of its dissolution without the opposition. If political parties reach an agreement, early elections in line with the Constitution should be held 60 days after
10:14 | 0 | ANA
Athens is carefully monitoring developments in Libya and ready to set in motion plans to evacuate any Greeks that live in that country and express a wish to leave, the Greek foreign ministry said in an announcement on Monday.
10:16 | 0 | ANA
Alpha Bank chairman Yiannis Kostopoulos on Monday reiterated his group's rejection of National Bank’s offer for a friendly merger between the two banks, saying the terms of the offer were not to the benefit of Alpha Bank’s shareholders.
10:22 | 0 | ANA
The Greek state stands to lose up to eight billion euro in taxes if predictions that 120,000 small and medium-sized businesses will close in 2011 are borne out, the National Confederation of Greek Commerce (ESEE) pointed out on Monday.
10:23 | 0 | ANA
Sixty-five thousand commercial stores have closed down and 100,000 jobs have been lost all over Greece in the past 13 months.
10:24 | 1 | ANA
Deaths caused by the H1N1 virus in Greece climbed to 99 since the start of the year, according to figures released by Greek authorities on Monday. Another 127 people were receiving treatment in intensive care units for complications caused by the virus.
10:32 | 0 | AENews
Banking industry in Albania managed to increase profits by 89 per cent during 2010 despite a strong deterioration in underperforming loans, data from Association of Banks shows.
10:35 | 1 | Tanjug
Croatia's State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Mario Nobilo sent a protest to Serbia's Ambassador to Croatia Stanimir Vukcevic over a statement by Minister for the Diaspora Srdjan Sreckovic, the Croatian Foreign Affairs Ministry has announced.
10:37 | 0 | Tanjug
Fifty-three border policemen were detained on Monday morning by the General Anticorruption Directorate prosecutors after the raids conducted on customs house at Albita, Vaslui County in eastern Romania.