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15:17 | 0 | Tanjug
The Peace Implementation Council is set to convene Thursday and Inzko stated earlier that he will make his decision about the referendum at the meeting. The high representative thinks the referendum goes against the Dayton peace agreement, which ended the war in Bosnia.
11:08 11:11 | 0 | Agerpres, Hotnews.ro
Deployment in Deveselu / south-west of Bucharest / of the U.S. missile defense elements will have no negative impact on the environment, population or agricultural crops, and the personnel working there will conduct their activities normally, stated the Secretary of State of
08:01 | 0 | Tanjug
The commemoration of the 19th anniversary of the crimes against soldiers of the former Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Sarajevo's Dobrovoljacka Street passed without incident on Tuesday, although the Sarajevo Canton police violated an earlier agreement by not allowing a three-member
08:09 | 0 | BH Daily News
A Banja Luka (Republika Srpska), based weekly today writes that al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, shot dead on Monday, visited Bosnia-Herzegovina during the 1992-95 war there.
08:14 | 0 | BH Daily News
American NGO Freedom House has published an annual report on press freedoms which states that in 2010 the least number of people in over ten years had access to free media.
08:16 | 0 | RadioNET
Croatian Television reporter Branka Slavica, who has been the national broadcaster's correspondent in the United States for six years, was named Journalist of the Year 2010, for her reporting from the earthquake-hit Haiti.
10:26 | 0 | Alsat
May 8 elections will be monitored by more than 5355 observers, who have been accredited close to the Central Election Commission (CEC). The number of local observers reaches to 4700, and a delegation of 62 persons from the US Embassy, among whom even the US Ambassador to Albania,
10:30 | 0 | Sofia Echo, Dnevnik
Bulgaria's gross domestic product (GDP) increased by between 0.5 per cent and one per cent in the first quarter of 2011, according to estimates of the Centre for Economic Development (CED).
10:35 | 0 | Croatian Times
European Union pre-accession fund IPA has provided 20 million kunas (2.7 million Euros) for the financing of projects that would help prepare Croatia’s young for the job market.
10:36 | 0 | Hina
Speaking about the security situation in Croatia after the death of Osama bin Laden, Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said on Monday Croatia was a member of the anti-terrorist coalition and NATO, that fighting terrorism was the obligation of all and that certain steps were being
10:40 | 0 | ANSAmed
The Athenian seafront at Faliro, from the "stadium of peace and friendship" to the Kifissos estuary, is to undergo a complete environmental revamp, as part of a plan by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, which will be financed entirely by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
10:45 | 0 | ANA
The government on Tuesday imposed price ceilings on unleaded gas in 13 prefectures in Greece, without an expiration date, and effective as of Wednesday.
10:48 | 0 | ANA
Tourist arrivals at the airport of the Aegean island of Rhodes increased by 132 percent last month, compared to the corresponding month in 2010, according to data announced by the Civil Aviation Service.
10:50 | 0 | ANA
Agencies and inhabitants of the city of Igoumenitsa, north western Greece, blockaded the port's central gate at 17:00 on Tuesday, protesting over the acute immigration problem they are facing in their region and having as their main slogan "We are demanding a solution for
10:51 | 0 | MIA
About 20 percent of the citizens of Macedonia place their trust in the leader of ruling VMRO-DPMNE and Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in comparison to opposition SDSM leader, who enjoys the support of only 4,6%, says a phone poll of the Institute for Democracy and Macedonian