|Roadblocks partially cleared near the village of Zupce||UNESCO Director General visits FYRMacedonia||Suspected Gaddafi convoy crosses into Algeria||Eurobank, Alpha Bank in merger deal||Irene cuts power to 1.8 mln, shuts refineries, nukes||Albania: Fire emergencies, operations in Kukes and Gramsh||Djelic: Serbia deserves candidate status, start date for negotiations on EU membership||Serbia protects national interests on its EU path||Stefanovic says abolishment of Serbian institutions in northern Kosovo is not topic of talks||Serbian representatives and IMF to discuss possibility of budget deficit exceeding RSD 120 billion||Final talks ahead of UNSC session on Kosovo are underway||Zagreb says Tadic's and Jeremic's statements are unacceptable|
06:34 | 0 | Tanjug
High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Valentin Inzko said the international community would not meddle in the formation of the BiH government and that the talk of ending entity voting was nothing but speculation.
06:31 | 0 | Croatian Times
Cultural associations from Russia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Croatia will meet on 9 July. The show will start at 9pm and will present traditions of the participating countries through dances, songs, and most interestingly, beautiful authentic clothes.
07:09 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA
The top organisers of the 2011 Special Olympics of Athens on Friday issued a press release on the occasion of the ongoing Games and this week's politically-charged violence, which was centred in Syntagma Square in front of Parliament.
07:11 | 0 | MIA
Over 200 scouts from whole Europe are staying in the recreational center on Golak Mountain within the European Scout Camp program, dedicated to inter-religious and inter-ethnic tolerance.
10:14 | 0 | BNR
Direct Bulgarian investment abroad for January-April 2011 was 24.5 million euro, some 14 million euro down from the same period last year, according to figures by the National Statistical Institute.
10:16 | 0 | Alsat
The Socialist Party (SP) ends its two-year boycott in parliament. In the next session, which begins in autumn, the Socialist deputies will sit in their places in parliament.
10:19 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatian exports have grown 3.7 per cent compared to the first five months of last year, while imports increased by 3.3 per cent, Croatian Bureau of Statistics (DZS) shows.
10:21 | 0 | Emg.rs, tportal.hr
The IMF on Friday published on its web site a report regarding the 24 June consultations of the IMF Executive Board in connection with the IV Article of the IMF statute after the Fund's mission visited Croatia and held talks with the country's officials in May .
10:25 | 0 | Emg.rs
Nearly 2,000 Indians have left Greece in recent weeks, according to Madhur Gandhi, a shipping businessman in Athens and president of an Indian community organisation.
10:27 | 0 | MIA
Local telecom operators providing roaming services are compelled to lower the tariffs of roaming voice calls to EU member states, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein starting today, the national communications authority ANCOM announced.
10:29 | 0 | MIA
The latest macroeconomic trends point to maintenance of the positive GDP dynamics in the second quarter of this year, the Council of Macedonia's National Bank (NBRM) concluded at its session on Thursday.
10:30 | 0 | Agerpres
According to a press release of the National Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE) the hike in natural gas prices will not affect the household users or producers of thermal power for the quantity used for heat generation by co-generation plants and heat plants for household use.
12:06 12:22 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA
Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker just gave an interview to German magazine Focus, in which he said, via Reuters: “The sovereignty of Greece will be massively limited.”Venizelos clarified that the Memorandum "does not contain anything that has not been presented
12:15 | 0 | ANA
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou on Sunday spoke by phone with Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas, with the latest Mideast developments, related European initiatives and the pending moves by the so-called "Quartet" dominating the conversation.
15:14 | 0 | Tanjug
General Secretary of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Curguz told Tanjug Monday that an agreement had been reached about the first distribution of the former Yugoslavia's property between its successor states.