emg home

News Archive

Protests in Bulgaria

07:27 | broj komentara 0 | BNR

Thousands and thousands of Bulgarians took to the streets to protest against the high oil prices. The protesters demand the government to take immediate measures to reduce oil prices to 1 euro per liter.

High prices at Roma bride bazaar in Bulgaria

07:29 | broj komentara 0 | Sofia Echo News

The market, which sees men bidding for brides every year on Todorovden – the day of St Todor, this year celebrated on March 12, saw prices from 2000 to 50 000 leva for brides "depending on their beauty," the report said.

PayPal becomes fully available in Croatia

07:31 | broj komentara 0 | Croatian Times

Until now Croatians could use PayPal only to make online purchases. With the augmentations of services available in Croatia, Croatians will now also be able to collect payments using PayPal.

Croatia and Bosnia sign agreement on handling of unlawful border-crossing

07:33 | broj komentara 0 | Croatian Times

Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed an agreement about the handling of persons whose entry or stay in the country is illegal.

Sorensen: "Brussels to earmark EUR 98m in support of Macedonia's EU-integration"

07:34 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

 We are here to assist the Government in overall Euro-integration process and on behalf of the (EU) Delegation to provide best possible support to all the activities related to this process for all remarks of the last (EC) report to be addressed, new EU Ambassador to Macedonia

Radojicic: Situation in BiH at boiling point

10:54 | broj komentara 3 | Tanjug

Republika Srpska (RS) parliament speaker Igor Radojicic said that the events surrounding the arrest of former Bosnia-Herzegovina army general Jovan Divjak have brought the situation in BiH to the boiling point and added that a special session of the RS parliament will probably

Bulgaria: GERB’s rating down by 4.3 per cent for last quarter

11:03 | broj komentara 0 | BNR

A general survey carried out by Mediana polling agency has revealed that the Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has outrivaled his political opponent Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.

Bulgaria advises against non-essential trips to Japan

11:05 | broj komentara 0 | Sofia News Echo

Bulgaria’s embassy in Tokyo reports no injuries among the more than 200 Bulgarian nationals it has contacted after parts of the country’s north-east were devastated by a record-scale earthquake and tsunami and while there are continuing concerns about possible further

Virgin Oil, ARMO files suit against Top-Channel and Ora News

11:09 | broj komentara 0 | Alsat

ARMO Company reacted after the news published in the news journal of Top Channel television, which said that the Prosecutor’s Office is accusing this company for taking contraband “Virgin” oil.


14. March - 20. March 2011.