|Greece: Second policeman wounded in Renti clash dies||Spring session of Serbian parliament to begin||New EU Ambassador Sorensen arrives in Skopje||Poll: VMRO-DPMNE 23.5%, SDSM 13%, DUI 7%||Macedonian government to intervene on the market with 40.000 tons of wheat||Warlick: U.S. values Serbia's stance on events in Africa||Increase in standard of living is government's priority in 2011||Medicus clinic case returned to investigative judge||Kosovo starts the privatization of Trepca||Refugee associations handed over petition to Slavica Djukic Dejanovic||€5.2m for Kragujevac stem cells centre||Incentives for companies in Kosovo-Metohija||Dacic: Serbia, Croatia and Macedonia could allow travel between them with just personal identification cards||SNS announces holding major rally in Belgrade on April 16||Declaration on Cooperation in Field of Border Security signed||Wave of strikes overwhelms Germany||Government should urgently review price increases||Lavrov: Russia urges Belgrade and Pristina to talk||BiH:Future of contracts in Libya uncertain||President Parvanov received Philip Gordon||Fuel prices in Bulgaria break all-time records||Bulgarian producer prices keep fast growth pace in Jan 2011||EBRD’s Mirow says Greek restructuring shouldn’t be "taboo"||Kosor: There will be no skyrocketing food prices||Croatia: Zlatna Kuna 2010 awards presented||Greece: No problems' with oil supplies||Romania: SD, PNL-PC sign parliamentary cooperation protocol|
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11:16 | 0 | ANA
The second policeman seriously wounded during the clash between policemen of the DIAS service and unidentified persons on board a jeep in the region of Renti on Tuesday evening eventually died.
06:16 06:17 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's Interior Minister Ivica Dacic called on Croatia and Macedonia on Tuesday to allow the citizens of the three countries to travel between them with just their personal identification cards, that is without passports.
06:14 | 0 | Tanjug
Interior Ministers of Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia and Bosnia-Herzegovina signed in Ljubljana Tuesday a Ministerial Declaration on Cooperation in the Field of Border Security in South East Europe and the Action Plan for 2011.
06:09 | 0 | BH Daily News
There are 17 enterprises from BH with contracts in Libya, and their estimated total value is around EUR 1 billion, which is no small sum for a country like BH.Energoinvest, Hidrogradnja and Sirbegovic Group are among the largest contractors employed in the market of Libya.
06:08 | 0 | BNR
US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Euroasian Affairs Philip Gordon was received by President Georgi Parvanov too. Both politicians assessed high the cooperation between the two countries in the area of security.
06:08 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Fuel prices in Bulgaria have reached their highest levels ever registered on the market, the Chair of the Bulgarian Petroleum and Gas Association, Andrey Delchev, reported Tuesday.
06:07 | 0 | Dnevnik
Producer prices in Bulgaria grew by 12.1% in annual terms in January after a 12.2% increase registered a month earlier, according to National Statistics Institute (NSI) data.
06:06 06:07 | 0 | Bloomberg
.European Bank for Reconstruction and Development President Thomas Mirow said talk of a debt restructuring for Greece shouldn’t be “taboo.”
06:06 | 0 | Radio NET
There will be no skyrocketing food prices, Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said on Tuesday after meeting representatives of food producers, retailers, the Croatian Employers' Associations and trade union federations.
06:05 | 0 | Hina
The Karlovac-based company Alstom Hrvatska is the best Croatian company, according to the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK).
06:04 | 0 | ANA
Hellenic Petroleum executives reassured on Tuesday there was no supply problem for Greek refineries because of the unrest in Libya.
06:04 | 0 | Agerpres
Leaders of the parliamentary groups of the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the opposition National Liberal Party (PNL) on Tuesday signed a 2011-2012 parliamentary cooperation protocol between the members of the Social Liberal Union (USL).
06:34 | 0 | Tanjug
The Government has decided to intervene with 40 thousand tons of wheat on the market at the price of Denar 15.5. The decision has been reached in a bid to alleviate the blow from recent hikes of bread price, ministers responsible for economic affairs revealed on Tuesday.
06:37 | 0 | MIA
If parliamentary elections were held tomorrow, 23.5 percent of respondents would vote for VMRO-DPMNE, followed by SDSM-13 percent, DUI-7, DPA-3.2, ND-2, and LDP-1.1, with 27.7 refraining from the vote, whereas 20.8 percent failed to give an answer, shows a telephone poll by
06:38 | 0 | MIA
The Danish diplomat Peter Sorensen who will be the new EU Ambassador to Macedonia, replacing Erwan Fouere, will arrive Tuesday in Skopje.