|Tadic: "Our most important task is to keep Serbs in Kosovo"||Peaceful night at barricades in northern Kosovo||Turkish FM: Turkish-Serbian relations improve stability in Balkans||Acropolis Museum open all day on Friday||Serb Patriarch visits Halki School of Theology in Turkey||Alpha Eurobank to begin operating in early December||Italian low-cost airline Blu-express to introduce Skopje-Roma flights||Greece: Business owners request compensation for damages during protests||Greece: 24-hour public transport strike on Tuesday||Greece and China sign economic cooperation memorandum||Russia, Armenia rely on South Stream to boost regional ties||Russia wants UN to address Libyan issue||Bulgaria: Plevneliev 39.67%, Kalfin 29.75%||The death toll from the earthquake in Turkey exceeded 200 people||China's Huawei to invest nearly 200 million euros in Romania by 2014||Good time to buy flats in Zagreb||Painful cuts await new government, HNB Governor warns||Croatia: Students block Faculty of Philosophy over tuition fees||Greek companies move businesses in Bulgaria||GERB won the elections for Sofia||Bosnia's EPRS tenders to sell H1 2012 power surplus||Cvetkovic: Govt. is carefully drafting 2012 budget||Croatia: War criminal Glavas to head election list||Akashi: Details of Markale case still unclear||Serbian parliament speaker to visit U.S. Congress||Amendments to be discussed Thursday||Drews visits KFOR troops in Zubin Potok||Students continue protests despite incidents||President Tadic urges independent probe||Kalinic, Simovic sentenced to 30 years in prison||Dacic to meet group of European journalists||Mrkonjic on visit to Italy||Italian company Vagnone & Boeri to cooperate with AD Elan company from Prijepolje||IPA funds to provide €12,3 million for cross-border projects||Fifty-one project approved in investment promotion programme||Djelic on two-day visit to Stuttgart||Tirana, Pristina form joint consular service||Kosovo Serbs to hold press conference Tuesday||Fajon: Asylum seekers not affecting EU candidacy||Markovic meets Angola's culture minister||NBS Governor: Gov't did not stick to agreement||Josipovic ready for agreement with Serbia|
09:01 09:04 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic, Austrian Interior Minister Johann Mikl-Leitner and Interior Minister of Hungary Sandor Pinter today signed a joint declaration on the coordination of activities in the fight against illegal migrants.
09:04 | 0 | Tanjug
Macedonia believes that the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue needs to continue although the current situation constitutes an additional difficulty, but it is against the talks about partition of Kosovo because it can destabilise the entire region, Macedonian President Djordje Ivanov
09:09 | 0 | Fena
The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved the new Country Partnership Strategy for Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2012 – 2015.
09:10 | 0 | BNR
Four commercial banks selected at a tender, will release loans worth EUR 25 million to small and medium enterprises.
09:13 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
A week after Bulgaria's presidential elections on October 23, two candidates will face each other in a runoff on October 30 - ruling party GERB's Rossen Plevneliev and the socialist Coalition for Bulgaria's Ivailo Kalfin. Or so says an opinion poll released on October 6.
09:15 | 0 | Dnevnik.bg
The average gross domestic product (GDP) growth in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries will slow to 2.3 per cent in 2012, but still the rate will be higher than that expected for the euro zone, Raiffeisen Centrobank said in a report on the economies in the region.
09:16 09:17 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Bulgaria's state-run power grid operator has tabled a lawsuit in Geneva against Russia's state nuclear company Atomstroyexport over delayed payments on the planned Belene nuclear plant, the energy minister said on Thursday.
09:18 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
The showroom displays Philips' entire product portfolio of home lighting bodies, said Alexander Popov, President of ATG AD. Exhibits include appliances for living rooms, kitchens, children's rooms, bathrooms and gardens.
09:22 | 0 | Croatian Times
This year’s tourism numbers have surpassed all expectations thanks largely to successful pre- and post-season trade, the Minister of Tourism Damir Bajs said at a recent presentation of the latest statistics from the sector.
09:23 | 0 | Croatian Times
Monthly public opinion survey CRO Demoscop shows the left "Kukuriku" coalition headed by Social Democratic Party (SDP) 13 percentage points ahead of its rival led by right wing Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ).
09:27 | 1 | tportal.hr
The Croatian government on Thursday proposed adopting a declaration which says that Serbia has encroached on Croatia's sovereignty by adopting a law declaring its judiciary as having jurisdiction over proceedings for certain crimes committed in the territory of the former Yugoslavia,
09:31 | 0 | Emg.rs
Albania will invite bids for 151 mining licenses this year and plans to allocate 20 of them in weekly competitions, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Mining said on Thursday.
09:35 | 0 | ANA
The agreement anticipates the promotion of cooperation between the tourist authorities, with the aim of increasing arrivals and encouraging cooperation between private businesses and agencies.
09:36 | 8 | ANA
The 2011 population census in Albania should have been used as a tool to improve the way public administration operates in its dealings with citizens and, at the same time, consolidate and defend the rights of the minorities that live in the neighbouring country, foreign ministry
09:37 | 0 | ANA
Greece’s Finance ministry on Thursday launched procedures to find legal advisors for the privatization of Athens Water and Thessaloniki Water enterprises.
09:39 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA
Spyros Galinos, an MP for Lesvos, said that has forfeited his 1,000 euros rent allowance, his MP's car, the right to first-class flight tickets to and from Lesvos, and the detachment of two policemen and a civil servant to his service.
09:41 | 0 | ANA
The cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister George Papandreou, gave the go-ahead for oil exploration in an area in the Gulf of Patras, a second area west of Ioannina, in Epirus prefecture, and in the region of Katakolo in Ileia prefecture, with an estimated potential of 250-300
09:42 | 0 | ANA
A cache of heavy weaponry has been found in the basement apartment in Thessaloniki where a Kurdish man was killed in a grenade explosion on Tuesday, police said on Thursday.
09:45 | 0 | Emg.rs
Transport Minister Andrija Lompar and Economy Minister of United Arab Emirates (UAE) Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri signed today the Air Transport Agreement between the two countries.
09:46 | 0 | MIA
Romania gives unreserved support to Macedonia's integration in the European Union and NATO, but decisions are passed collectively by all member-states and therefore the name row should be solved, said Romanian President Traian Basescu after Thursday's meeting with Macedonian
09:47 | 0 | MIA
Defense ministers of Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia have determined details involving the mission aiming at training Afghan security forces.
09:48 | 0 | MIA
ICT companies are given the opportunity to get involved in a new Government project, the so-called concept of open e-services, based on public-private partnership. Development of e-services offered by state institutions should enable citizens with faster access to them.
09:49 | 0 | MIA
The Macedonian-Russian intergovernmental commission meets Thursday in Ohrid to review the possibilities for bolstering the economic cooperation.