|EDF, Wintershall to each get 15% in South Stream - Gazprom head||Israel-Turkey : Erdogan breaks commercial, military relations||Romania 2Q GDP growth fueled by industry and agriculture||BNR RON/SF rate, the lowest in two months||Swiss National Bank acts to weaken strong franc||Skopje's Public Transportation Enterprise promotes new buses||Tourism 'a decisive sector of hope' for Greek economy||Athens metro, Isap railway strike on Wednesday||Foreign minister Lambrinidis visits Zagreb||Greece: Government announces plan to immediately kick-start privatisations, reforms||Croatia: Users of loans pegged to Swiss franc urge lowering interest rates||Croatia becoming Europe's shopping centre Mecca||Bulgaria: 3.5 percent less employed people on 2010||Sorensen arrived in BiH||Gaddafi fled to Niger||Potentials for investments in Sarajevo||Jahjaga in Brussels, meetings with high EU Officials||Potential for violence in northern Kosovo still high, says Buehler||Completion of overhaul on B2 unit of Power Plants Nikola Tesla Obrenovac||Reconstruction of Hydro power plants on Drina river||Dacic to meet with UN Special Representative for Disaster Risk Reduction||Government adopts bills on restitution, indemnification, public property||Serbia will not accept Pristina customs officers at administrative checkpoints||Serbia's economy for better relations with NAM|
08:00 | 0 | Tanjug
Police officers from Serbia and Slovenia will join their colleagues from Germany and Austria this summer in protecting tourists in the Croatian coastal town of Istra.
08:20 | 0 | BH Daily News
The High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of BiH (HJPC) at its special session reached a decision to appoint Jadranka Lokmic-Misiraca at the post of Acting Chief BiH Prosecutor at BiH Prosecutor's Office.
08:22 | 0 | Croatian Times
Podravka has recalled 1,600 cans of Eva mackerel fillets (Eva skusa fileti) due to a high concentration of histamine found in the product.
08:25 | 0 | Croatian Times
Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor together with the coalition partners is expected to set the parliamentary election dates sometime this week, daily 24 Sata writes.
08:27 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA
The international plan to fix Greece's finances is failing and needs a rethink, main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Antonis Samaras said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, his first with international media since becoming Greece's main opposition leader.
08:32 | 0 | ANA
The annual growth rate of total credit granted to the domestic private sector decelerated further to -1.1 percent in May 2011, from -0.5 percent in April 2011 and 0.0 percent in December 2010, the Bank of Greece said on Tuesday.
08:34 | 0 | ANA
Twenty-one Spanish activists took over the Spanish embassy in central Athens on Tuesday to protest a decision by Greek authorities to ban the sailing of vessels headed for Gaza.
08:35 | 0 | MIA
The trial in the case of the Ilinden boat sinking wrapped up Tuesday in the Ohrid Basic Court. The Judicial Council found Sotir Fileski, boat's captain, and Branko Baic, the representative of the German company Lloyd, guilty and sentenced them to one year in jail.
08:36 | 0 | MIA
Officers of the traffic and highway police who have direct contact with foreign nationals are urged to demonstrate maximum tolerance towards these drivers.
08:38 | 0 | MIA
Strumica-based National Theatre "Anton Panov" will perform Tuesday evening monodrama "She" at the stage of Pioneer House in Gevgelija thus marking the start of programme for July of the event "Gevgelija - City of Culture 2011."
08:40 | 0 | MIA
President Gjorge Ivanov received Monday United States Ambassador Philip Reeker in a farewell visit, reads Cabinet press release.
08:48 | 0 | Agerpres
Fitch Ratings upgraded Romania's outlook for long-term foreign currency loans to "BBB minus," the short-term rating to "F3," the long-term domestic loans to "BBB" and the country ceiling to "BBB plus."
08:49 | 0 | MIA
Croatia's EU accession is an objective reality and although it is not positive that other Western Balkan countries lag behind, this still represents an open door for the region towards Europe, says Dusan Sidjanski, special advisor to European Commission President Jose Manuel
10:09 | 0 | ANA
Cancellations of 8,000 bookings in 20 Athens hotels were reported in the space of just five days, due to the recent violence in downtown Athens.
10:25 | 0 | Tanjug
A Dutch appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the Dutch state is responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men after the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995, and ordered the government to pay compensation to the victims' families.
18:43 | 0 | Croatian Times
Fire broke out again at Sisak refinery this Monday, just two weeks after a similar larger incident. The police are investigating to see if someone may have been responsible for Monday's incident. Five workers of the refinery were indicted for the previous fire, daily Vecernji