|Dacic: Serbia will not trade Kosovo for EU accession||Konuzin: Huge anti-Serb campaign is underway||Five trucks trough at Jarinje crossing||Dinar down by RSD 0.32, middle exchange rate at RDS 102.0689 for EUR 1||Tadic: Fate of missing in "Operation Storm" must be discovered||Commemoration of 16 years since Operation Storm||EU High Representative / Vice President Catherine Ashton appoints 25 new Heads of EU Delegations||Statement by President Barroso on the euro area sovereign bond markets||Bulgaria: Customs Agency appeals Court decision on Lukoil||Twelfth Callatis Festival, to take place in Rome||Tanks "advancing" on Syrian city||"Tenors of the XXI Century" at Ohrid Summer on Thursday||NBRM Governor: Positive macroeconomic trend continues||Eurobank Properties returned to profitability in H1||Attica Bank examines partnership with Proton Bank||Greece: Minister renews cooperation agreement between Security Studies Centre, U.S. college||Moody's cuts rating of Athens municipality||Croatian-Hungarian interconnection gas pipeline put into operation||Croatian islands for sale||Fake dollars in circulation in some coastal towns||Azem Vlasi: Tension with Serbia could lead to war||CEC: 53 political parties file applications for local elections in Bulgaria||Bulgaria in top 10 adventure tourism destinations||“BH Telecom” and “Elektroprivreda” froze 450 million BAM in banks||Direct foreign investments total USD 683.8 million in first five months of 2011||Djelic to meet with representatives of associations of former owners of confiscated property||Serbia makes great efforts to resolve problem of refugees||KFOR re-enforcements start arriving in Kosovo||Serbian tourist assaulted and seriously wounded in Split||Veritas: More than 1,000 Serbs still missing Serbs||First blood, oxygen units arrive at Serbian enclaves||IMF, Kosovo agree on budgetary discipline monitoring||Stefanovic hopes agreement will be reached today|
08:40 | 0 | Emg.rs
Norwegian director and an independent investigative journalist Ola Flum shook the “politically correct” part of the Norwegian public two-piece documentary on Srebrenica, recently shown on Norwegian TV.
08:21 | 1 | BH News
The High Representative Valentin Inzko has noted with great concern recent public statements, including by the President of the Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik, that deny the statehood of Bosnia and Herzegovina, that characterize the country as a state union, and that claim that
08:40 | 0 | ANA
Police in Komotini, northern Greece, on Wednesday arrested six Pakistani nationals on charges of kidnapping fellow Pakistanis to extort ransom money from their relatives.
08:42 | 0 | ANA
Following the review, the troika will draft its new report ahead of the disbursement of an 8 billion euros tranche of financing to Greece which, according to the Athens government, will be the first tranche of the new 109 billion euros support programme for the country decided
08:44 | 0 | ANA
The first case of West Nile virus (WNV) infection during 2011 was described as mild encephalitis by Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) experts in announcements on Wednesday.
08:45 | 0 | ANA
The Hellenic Federation of Dentistry has announced a nationwide strike by dentists throughout the country on Thursday, in protest against a government amendment that they say presages the liberalisation of their profession.
08:47 | 0 | ANA
The Athens Urban Transport Organisation (OASA) on Wednesday announced a number of changes to bus routes serving Athens' 'Eleftherios Venizelos' International Airport beginning on August 1st, designed to better serve commuters travelling between the airport, the seaport of Piraeus
11:44 | 0 | ANA
In letters sent to all government ministers on Wednesday, Prime Minister George Papandreou outlined both the priorities and deadlines that he intends them to work to until the end of August.
11:46 | 0 | ANA
Provopoulos noted that if Greece adhere to its adjustment program strictly and consistently, the country could return to market sooner. The central banker estimated return to positive growth rates from 2012, less than 1.0 pct, and above 2.0 pct from 2013.
12:09 | 0 | BH Daily News
In June, BH’s export amounted to BAM 706 million and import reached BAM 1.416 billion, so export covered 49.9 per cent of import, the Statistics Agency of BH announced.
12:19 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Cyprus President Dimitris Christofias has asked his ministers to resign as part of a major Cabinet reshuffling prompted by a deadly munitions blast and sour economy.
12:20 | 0 | Focus Nes Agency
Bulgarian Finance Minister Simeon Dyankov is to meet with Lukoil management after the customs agency stripped the company’s oil refinery of key licenses on Tuesday.
12:23 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) has regained popularity and is now just 2.5 per cent behind the favoured Social Democratic Party (SDP), latest Ipsos plus poll shows.
12:27 | 0 | Emg.rs, Kathimerini
S&P is the last of the three major rating agencies to warn of a default after eurozone leaders and banks agreed last week that the private sector would shoulder part of the burden of the rescue package that offers Greece more cash and easier loan terms to keep it afloat.
12:30 | 0 | CNA
The key drivers for its rating action are the ``ongoing concerns about Cyprus`s fiscal position, which are amplified by the fiscal and economic consequences of the destruction of the Vasilikos power plant on 11 July 2011``, the ``increasingly fractious domestic political climate,