|U.S. Dept: Serbia continues close counterterrorism cooper||Greece: Cutbacks, restructuring announced for national broadcaster||Stock markets end turbulent week with more losses||Macedonia, Turkey sign agreement on regular air flights||The State Department releases "Country Reports on Terrorism 2010"||Montenegro: Serbian language or boycott of classes||Kuna falls against franc day-on-day, grows week-on-week||IMF questions continuing arrangement with BH||Maas: We will never put Kosovo recognition as condition for Serbia's EU accession||Cooperation between Serbia, Macedonia in field of sport, youth policy||Caribbean community member states recognize Kosovo||Assistant Minister for KiM ends his visit to province||Assad must have time for reforms – Moscow||Al Qaeda remains top terror threat||150 foreign rioters to be expelled from UK||Libyan rebels capture city of major importance||Macedonia should join NATO, Skopje and Athens can reach a compromise - former NATO chief||Traian Basescu: We must decide quickly if we are going to create "United States of Europe" or not|
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00:45 | 0 | MIA
By winning over 55 parliamentary seats, VMRO-DPMNE and the coalition 'For Better Macedonia', namely the reforms scored a victory at these elections, party leader Nikola Gruevski said early Monday at a press conference.
11:27 01:02 | 0 | Emg.rs
The Early parliamentary elections 2011 will be monitored by 3700 observers of the Citizens Association MOST, and 70% of the polling stations will be covered in Republic of Macedonia.All confirmed information on the Election Day, will be presented by MOST to the public at four
00:02 00:20 | 0 | MIA, Balkaninsight
Nikola Gruevski remains Prime Minister, VMRO-DPMNE-led coalition has won 55 parliamentary seats, while opposition SDSM - 39. Smaller parties will not mange to have their representative at the new parliament.
00:07 | 0 | MIA
According to information coming from the State Election Commission (SEC) and processed data from voting in 2,299 polling stations, i.e. 76.33 percent, VMRO-DPMNE-led coalition leads with 291,875 votes, followed by SDSM-led coalition with 240,675, DUI - 81,261, DPA - 41,622,
00:48 | 0 | MIA
According to information coming from the State Election Commission (SEC) and processed data from voting in 2,488 polling stations, i.e. 82.60 percent, VMRO-DPMNE-led coalition leads with 331,028 votes, followed by SDSM-led coalition with 273,267, DUI - 87,801, DPA - 45,392,
09:25 | 0 | Alsat
The Electoral College took a decision for the complaints against the procedures followed by the Central Election Commission (CEC) for declaring the result of Tirana, by dividing the suit of the plaintiff in two parts. The SP asked the rejection of decision no. 709, dated 25.
09:29 | 0 | BNR
Bulgaria’s PM Boyko Borissov has announced that the cabinet intends to increase pension benefits but the exact amount will be specified within ten days. Minimum wages in this country will also go up from 115 to 135 euro.
09:30 | 0 | Emg.rs, RadioNET
Pope Benedict XVI departed from Zagreb to Rome aboard a Croatian Airlines special flight on Sunday evening, finishing his two-day journey to Croatia.
09:34 | 0 | Agerpres
Companies from Japan, Korea, China and the United States are interested in building two new reactors - 3 and 4 respectively - at Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant, that should be ready in eight years at the most, said Minister of Economy, Trade and Business Climate Ion Ariton at a
11:10 | 0 | Tanjug
EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele will arrive in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Monday, where he will begin the dialogue on BiH judiciary.
11:14 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA
The largest "Indignados"-style gathering -- named after the initiatives that first sprung up in Spain's main plazas -- took place in Athens' central Syntagma Square on a balmy Sunday afternoon and evening.
11:18 | 0 | ANA
The latest in Internet tools will be employed by the ministry of culture and tourism in an effort to better promote Greece as a tourism destination, while an “in house ad campaign” has been underway since May 27 via Google to promote Greek tourism and the visitgreece.
11:31 | 0 | MIA
According to results from 97.9% of processed data from polling stations released Monday morning by the State Election Commission (SEC), ruling coalition leads with 426.804 votes or 39.36%, followed by SDSM-led coalition with 358.169 votes or 33.03%.
12:04 | 0 | Tanjug
Croatia will insist on expansion of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) indictment against Ratko Mladic to include war crimes committed in Croatia as well, Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said Friday.