|Greece sees deeper-than-expected recession in 2012||FYRMacedonia gripped by heat wave this weekend||EULEX: de Marnhac is not leaving in October||Dacic to attend opening of European championship in parachuting||W. Balkan countries are in anticipation of new EC report||Markovic: Elections will take place in spring next year||Haradinaj ordered ethnic cleansing of whole of Metohija|
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09:30 | 0 | Tanjug
The government in the BiH Federation was formed by the Social Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SDP BiH), headed by Zlatko Lagumdzija, and the Party of Democratic Action (SDA), led by Sulejman Tihic, with the help of the Croatian Party of Rights (HSP) and the National
09:40 | 1 | SEtimes.com
DUI sources quoted by media said one of the reasons behind the boycott is the appointment of Dimitar Bogov as the new National Bank governor, without prior consultations with the party.
09:50 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
WikiLeaks has released what it says to be an "uncensored" version of the US diplomatic cable by former US Ambassador to Bulgaria James Pardew sent on July 7, 2005, outlining "Who Is Who in Bulgarian Organized Crime"
10:05 | 2 | Alsat
The victims’ names are Nik and Gjovalin Pjetrushi. From the preliminary investigation, it is doubted that the cause of the murder is blood feud. Both of them were brothers with Prel Pjetrushi, who is a crime inspector in Shkodra
10:07 10:10 | 0 | ANA
According to reports, Greece will not participate in military operations, however it is possible that it will undertake a role on humanitarian aid issues and control of the implementation of the weapons embargo.
10:14 | 0 | ANA
Foreign Minister Dimitris Droutsas and Defence Minister Evangelos Venizelos reviewed on Friday developments in Libya in light of Thursday's UN Security Council resolution.
22:20 | 0 | BNR
President Georgi Parvanov believes that Bulgaria should not take part in the military operation but should support all actions to overcome the humanitarian crisis.
22:25 | 0 | BNR
Bulgaria is looking into ways to support the international community in enforcing the UN Security Council Resolution on Libya.
22:29 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
There is absolutely no need for NATO to use military bases in countries such as Bulgaria because they are too far away from Libya.
22:32 22:38 | 0 | ANA, Athensnews.gr
The international community will move to enforce the UN Security Council's decisions for Libya, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said here on Saturday after attending a meeting of European, U.S. and Arab leaders on Libya hosted by France.