|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|
18:33 | 0 | Tanjug
Greek customs officials, in fact, ended their strike after a court in Athens, which was requested by the country's Ministry of Finance to determine whether the decision on going on strike was illegal, urged the customs officer to return to work, as otherwise they would have
18:39 | 0 | MIA
Concerts, sports events will be organized Sunday marking the fourth anniversary of the death of Macedonia's pop icon Tose Proeski.
09:35 | 0 | BTA
An eleven-member delegation from (PACE), headed by Brian Binley (United Kingdom, EDG), will be in Bulgaria October 20-24, 2011 to observe the presidential election, alongside observers from the OSCE, PACE said in a press release Friday.
09:59 | 0 | MIA
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski formally set into work Saturday the new regional road from the village Dzepciste to Albania's border.
10:02 | 0 | MIA
The manifestation 'Days of Macedonian Culture in Russia', will be formally opened Saturday evening at the prestigious 'Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky' Conservatory in Moscow.
10:04 | 0 | Reuters
The blaze broke out early on Friday in an inaccessible section of the park and was fanned by strong winds across 80 percent of Bosnia's largest reserve before being extinguished on Saturday afternoon.
10:06 | 0 | Athens News/Reuters
Germany's private banks called for eurozone policymakers to finally accept that Greece is insolvent and also pressed for rules that would force lenders to set aside capital on their balance sheets for government bonds, a magazine reported.
10:08 | 0 | Athens News/Reuters
The country could use state-owned real estate assets as collateral for new bonds to raise more than 100bn euros, under a proposal put forward by a leading think-tank and a former conservative minister, newspapers reported.
10:11 | 0 | AMNA
Today the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), the European group of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) voiced its opposition to the government's plans to integrate journalists working in public broadcasting and National News Agencies in the payroll of civil
10:14 | 0 | AMNA
The staff of the Athens-Macedonian News Agency , has been on strike since dawn Thursday and will continue until 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, in protest of government measures that, apart from severe pay cuts, will size-down the agency and affect the independence of its operation