|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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06:04 | 0 | Tanjug
Cvetkovic and Borisov qualified close political ties as a sort of "umbrella" and a basis for good economic cooperation. The goal of this forum is to present the businessmen with the possibilities offered by both countries, the prime minister stated at the opening ceremony.
06:38 | 0 | Tanjug
Former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader, who is presently in custody in Salzburg, should be transferred to Zagreb's prison Remetinec by the end of May, because that is the deadline that Austria has to meet regarding Sanader's extradition.
06:59 | 0 | BNR
The attendants demanded changes in the control of special intelligence devices with the idea that the key figure to take up control should be the chief secretary of the Ministry of Interior instead of the interior minister.
07:00 | 0 | BNR
European Council President Herman Van Rompuy arrives to Bulgaria on Wednesday for a two-day official visit at the invitation of PM Boyko Borissov.
07:02 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
The government's Airbus plane has departed for Libya to bring home Bulgarian citizens in the Tripoli area, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, announced.Borisov said the Airbus is prepared for a second flight back to Libya and, if needed, the government will send another aircraft –
07:05 | 0 | Croatian Times
Former Croatian president Stjepan Mesic has said he will not give up his plan to take Croatian businessmen to Libya even as protests continue to engulf the country.
07:06 | 0 | Croatian Times
The owner of Scout company, Ivan Peranac, is believed to have been a partner of Brit Gary Hyde who was recently arrested in the United States on the same suspicions.
07:07 | 0 | RadioNET
An anti-government protest rally was held in streets leading to St. Mark's Square in Zagreb, given that the police have blocked access to the square to prevent the protesters from rallying outside the government building.
07:11 | 0 | Croatian Times
The unemployment rate in Croatia climbed to 19.6 per cent in January, the highest it has been since May 2003, the Central Bureau of Statistics data shows.
07:15 | 0 | ANA
Greece has the second highest prices in unleaded petrol and diesel oil in Europe in February, with the average prices for both products remaining unchanged, compared with January, to 1.593 euros per litre and 1.391 euros per litre, respectively, the Greek automobile touring club
07:16 | 0 | ANA
Deputy foreign minister Dimitris Dollis said that the priority right now was to receive permission for overflights and landings in order to pick up the Greeks in Libya wishing to leave for Greece.
07:17 | 0 | MIA
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued Tuesday a travel advise for the citizens of Macedonia, urging them to avoid visiting Libya in upcoming period due to the ongoing violent protests in the country and possibility for their escalation.
07:19 | 0 | MIA
VMRO-DPMNE Executive Committee decided yesterday for snap parliamentary elections, said party leader Nikola Gruevski at Tuesday's press conference, calling on SDSM leader Branko Crvenkovski to accept it with dignity.
07:22 | 0 | ACT News Agency
The ministry of foreign affairs recommends Romanian citizens avoid trips to Lybia, as there are violent demonstrations that take place in that country. The MFA recommends all Romanian citizens who are in Lybia use the still existing possibilities to leave the territory.
11:42 | 0 | Athensnews.gr
Strikers on Wednesday include civil servants, public utilities and organisations (Deko) employees, private sector employees, the mass media, doctors, state hospital employees, urban bus and trolley employees and seamen.
11:44 11:46 | 0 | Athensnews.gr
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday alongside Greek leader George Papandreou that rescheduling the repayment of Greece debts could be considered in the context of a comprehensive euro rescue package.
15:12 15:24 | 0 | Emg.rs
About 35,000 Greeks marched through the streets of Athens chanting "We are not paying" and "No sacrifice for plutocracy". In four places across the city, police fired teargas to disperse demonstrators hurling stones and plastic bottles at them.