|Companies from 35 countries at security fair in Belgrade||Dinar slightly drops, exchange rate RSD 101=EUR 1||First refunds for Serbian tourists in Egypt arrive||EC uses same methodology over name or adjectives: spokesman||Montenegro needs to cut fiscal deficit and public debt, WB and Government officials agree||Luksić and opposition leaders agree over Montenegro’s top foreign policy goal||Pasok MP declares herself independent||Greece: Top brass replaced||Greek referendum threat to Eurozone financial stability||European Parliament president to visit Croatia on Wednesday||Croatian weapons manufacturer after regional markets||Bankruptcies guaranteed as part of Croatia's near future||Croatian businessman buys Zeljezara Split||Bulgaria to decide on Bourgas-Alexandroupolis project within a week||Iceland set to open its labor market for Bulgarians||Wahhabis operate in 17 BiH municipalities||Basescu: Issue of Vlachs and SAA not linked||Committee on KiM meeting suspended||Drews: Situation in north needs peaceful solution||Warlick: Additional measures necessary to attract investment||Roundtable on Draft law on employees in local self-government||Press conference on occasion of business meeting of multinationals with Serbian companies||Conference on human rights activists to open||Choice of strategic partner for exploitation of oil shales in Aleksinac||Serbia, Romania cooperate on infrastructure projects||Tadic,Cvetkovic and Basescu confer in Belgrade||Dacic: MUP & Motorola continue partnership||Russia points to violation of Serbs' rights||Dell: Kosovo political scene is irresponsible||Kosovo starts issuing biometric passports||Russian FM: Resolution 2344 should not be bypassed||Five EU countries to ratify SAA by year's end||Serbian police arrest smugglers, 74 illegal migrants|
07:11 07:16 | 0 | Radio Serbia
Romanian President Trajan Basesku reiterated in Bucharest that Romania will not recognized self-proclaimed independence of Kosovo until Belgrade and Pristina reach an agreement.His country will, however, continue to participate in KFOR activities.
07:27 | 0 | Tanjug
There are 35 organized crime groups active in Montenegro, with most of them involved in narcotics trafficking, says a document by the Montenegrin police that evaluates the threat of organized crime and creates a map of it in accordance with EU standards.
07:40 | 0 | Serbia-energy.com
The energy market in the countries of West Balkans must be liberalized in order to increase the economic development of the region, it was concluded the participants of Summit 100 business leaeders of South East Europe that was held on 7th October in Arandjelovac. Serbia still
07:49 | 0 | Alsat
The preliminary data, which were published by the Albanian Association of Banks show that July reached the highest figure of bad loans during the last years.
07:52 | 0 | BH daly news
Tunisian citizen Karaj Kamel Bin Ali, better known as Abu Hamza was deported this morning to his homeland in the company of officials from the Office for foreigners issues of BH.
07:54 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
The capital Sofia will have several electric car charging stations in just weeks, according to Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov.
07:56 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
The unemployment rate for September in the three northwestern districts of Montana, Vidin and Vratsa remains unchanged from the previous month at 18.12%, according to data provided by the Regional Employment Service.
07:58 | 0 | Croatian Times
The investment in Pleso airport is estimated at 192 million Euros. The final offers of the remaining six "contestants" will be published on 31 October, daily Vecernji List writes.
08:00 | 0 | Croatian Times
American company CMC that owns the steel mill in the central Croatian town of Sisak has announced it would sell the plant or close it down in the absence of new owners.
08:01 | 0 | tportal.hr
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic and his Montenegrin counterpart Filip Vujanovic said after an hour-long meeting in Zagreb on Monday that relations between the two countries were very good and could serve as a model to other countries in the region.
08:03 | 0 | MIA
The Greek financial crisis has become a health hazard. Economically vulnerable Greeks are losing health care access amid dwindling budgets, facing higher risks of HIV infection and sexually transmitted diseases, and in some cases, even dying, according to a study released online
08:04 | 0 | MIA
CNN will start special coverage programme Eye on Macedonia from October 10 to 19. CNN news anchor Jim Clancy will be live every day at 6.30 p.m. with special program hosted from different locations in Skopje and Macedonia.
08:06 | 0 | Kathimerini.com
New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras moved quickly on Monday to douse speculation that a national unity government might be formed soon, arguing that the conservatives had no appetite for being part of an administration that is applying the wrong policies.
08:08 | 0 | Kathimerini.com
European Union leaders will delay a summit meeting planned for next Monday by almost a week, buying time to agree a crisis strategy to boost struggling banks and cope with debt-laden Greece.
10:48 | 0 | ANA
Greece, despite its fiscal problems and the need for the support of its institutional partners “is and will always be an equal and active member in the Eurozone that participates in shaping developments particularly those that concern it,” government vice-president
10:50 | 0 | ANA
Prime Minister George Papandreou will meet with European Council president Herman van Rompuy on Thursday morning in Brussels, it was announced on Monday.
10:53 | 0 | ANA
"No one is going to nationalise the banks," Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos underlined in Parliament on Monday, while briefing the Economic Affairs Committee concerning his decision to take Proton Bank under state control.
11:03 | 0 | ANA
Foreign investors slightly raised their participation the capitalization of the Athens Stock Exchange in September to 50.8 pct, from 50.2 pct in August, and up compared with 49.8 pct in September 2010, official figures showed on Monday.
14:57 | 0 | Tanjug
The State Census Commission (DPK) in Macedonia decided to suspend all activities relating to the census of population, households and apartments in that country.
22:53 | 0 | Emg.rs
Once the Eurogroup and the IMF’s Executive Board have approved the conclusions of the fifth review, the next tranche of EUR 8 billion (EUR 5.8 billion by the euro area Member States, and EUR 2.2 billion by the IMF) will become available, most likely, in early November.