|NBS foreign exchange reserves down to EUR 9.97 billion||Around 500 road construction workers stage protest outside government headquarters||EUROGROUP discussed the main parameters of a new multi-annual adjustment programme for Greece||Retail debt up 3.6 percent in June||Dinar strengthens by 45 paras, exchange rate RSD 100.84 per euro||Turkish President Gul on two-day official visit to Bulgaria||PACE co-rapporteurs to be in Armenia July 20||NATO "will stop as soon as Gaddafi loyalists and rebels begin direct negotiations"||Lagarde hits "Triple C" in reenergized agenda for IMF||Soros: Greek default may be "inevitable"||Meeting of the Economic and Financial Council (ECOFIN) to be held today||3,582 former Renault workers to receive €24.4 million from EU Globalisation Fund||PM Boc: Romania has won back its investment grade label||Greece: Budget deficit widened to 12.781 billion euros in H1||Joint patrols by Greek and Bulgarian police in northern Greece||75 wildfires reported in Greece||Handful of top Serbian government officials pick Greece for holidays||Major General Repinc appointed Croatian Army Commander||NBS Governor: Serbia will introduce Basel II standards in banking sector||Professional translation important for European integration||Serbia's budget deficit in first half of 2011 totals RSD 71.7 billion||Inflation expected to drop soon, says Soskic||UNMIK supports investigation into organ trafficking in Kosovo||Greek PM: "Going from crisis to crisis is not any longer an option Greece can sustain"||Serbian president and Chinese official discuss deepening of strategic partnership||Bratunac: Memorial service to Serb victims in Podrinje||Competition for best media coverage on EU integration in 2011 to be announced||Interior ministries of Serbia, Montenegro to sign protocol||Dacic to attend visit of Chinese delegation to Confucius Institute in Belgrade||Bogdanovic to deliver keys to eight flats in Mali Zvecan||Chinese companies invited to invest in road construction in Serbia||Sanader to be extradited within 14 days||Commemoration for victims of Srebrenica||Greek FinMin calls for new support programme by end of August|
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08:16 | 0 | ANA
Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos called European finance ministers to complete all technical details of a new support programme for Greece by the end of August and before the release of a sixth tranche of a 110-bln-euro loan agreement, during a Eurogroup meeting in
09:19 | 0 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
The commemoration for the 613 identified victims started with the playing of the Bosnian national anthem at the Potocari Memorial Center, where 4,524 people were buried in years past, and will finish with the interment of the 613 newly identified victims.
09:22 | 0 | Tanjug
The Salzburg District Court received Monday a document on the extradition of former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader, which was signed last week by Austrian Justice Minister Beatrix Karl, and the extradition is expected to go through within 14 days.
09:32 09:39 | 0 | Radio Serbia
Nobody has been held responsible for those war crimes, and the Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina has recently confirmed an investigation is lead against several persons, including Naser Oric.
10:34 | 0 | tportal.hr
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic on Monday appointed Major General Dragutin Repinc as Croatian Army Commander, the President's Office said in a statement adding that Repinc was appointed at the proposal of the Croatian Armed Forces Chief of Staff, Drago Lovric, and with the
10:38 | 0 | ANA
Seventy five wildfires were reported throughout Greece in the last 24 hours. All of them were under control as of noon Monday.
10:51 | 0 | ANA
The Greek Deputy Chief of Police Lieutenant Ioannis Rachovitsas and his Bulgarian counterpart signing an agreement in Bansko, Bulgaria for joint patrols of Greek and Bulgarian police, Monday, January 24, 2011.
10:53 | 0 | ANA
Greece’s state budget deficit totaled 12.781 billion euros in the first half of the year, surpassing a budget target for a deficit of 10.374 billion euros and up from 9.997 billion euros in the same period last year, the Finance ministry said on Monday.
10:57 | 0 | Agerpres
Romania has won back the label of an investment grade country where investments can be conducted, and this is an acknowledgement of the fact that economically correct measures have been taken over the past two years, Prime Minister Emil Boc said in Ploiesti (southern Romania).
11:04 | 0 | Reuters
Greece is heading for default, or at least a devaluation, and European Union (EU) leaders have to adopt a "plan B" to stem contagion to the rest of the bloc, billionaire investor George Soros said on Tuesday.
11:10 | 0 | BTA
Turkish President Abdullah Gul Monday opened a two-day official visit to Bulgaria at the invitation of Bulgarian President Georgi Purvanov.
13:49 | 0 | Emg.rs
Ministers discussed the main parameters of a new multi-annual adjustment programme for Greece, which will build on strong commitments to fiscal consolidation, ambitious growth-enhancing structural reforms and a substantial privatisation of state assets.
08:09 09:44 | 0 | ANA
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou asked from the Eurogroup to send a strong message that "there is a strong political will to support Greece's ambitious programme of change, provide the necessary liquidity for the new programme, and decisively deal with the issue