|Microsoft Synergy begins in Belgrade||Dacic:30 arrested for human trafficking this year||Jeremic: Tadic will visit Russia soon||Serbia is third in number of asylum applicants||Tadic received new accredited ambassadors||Organ trafficking investigation to begin soon||Tagesspiegel: Kosovo is a devastated country||“Final exams as instrument of education improvement” conference to be held||Beginning of the “Improvement of forensic capacities in the fight against cross-border organised crime and drug trafficking” project.||Tadic calls for common regional policy on energy||Serbia, Russia to improve trade, economic, scientific cooperation||Degert urges Serbia to upgrade judiciary, police||PM Cvetkovic: BIA one of pillars of security in Serbia||No customs for Kosovo exports to the EU markets||De Vincentis: Situation to be resolved peacefully||Stano: Kosovo solution - Equality of all citizens||Stefanovic: Neutral regulation for North Kosovo||Albanians reject Islamic Community agreement||KFOR postpones supplies until after Serb meeting on Oct. 19|
09:57 | 0 | Beta
The European Commission told BETA on Oct. 17 that this relates to almost all products from the countries of the Western Balkans, which have been enjoying the benefit of duty-free trade since September 2000. The total exports of the Western Balkans to the EU represent less than
10:13 | 0 | Tanjug
The regional conference 'Energy-Development-Democracy: Shaping a New Energy Future for South-East Europe' will begin in Belgrade Tuesday, and it will be opened by Serbian President Boris Tadic, the president's press service released.
11:44 | 0 | Emg.rs, Beta, Tanjug, Infobiro.tv
Serbia's Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said in Nis on Monday there will be no military or police presence in the future Serbian-Russian humanitarian centre in that city, but only units that provide help for the people, while Russia's Minister of Emergency Situations Sergey
10:47 | 0 | BH Daily News
In September 2011, retail prices of meat, eggs, sugar, oil, lard, coffee and fruit were up in BH, partly as a consequence of the worst drought the country has seen in five decades.
10:49 | 0 | Fena
Representatives of the Bosnian Railways Public Corporation (BHZJK) and the Spanish State Company ADIF at a press conference in Sarajevo expressed willingness and interest in further cooperation on projects of reconstruction and development of railway infrastructure in BiH, it
10:52 | 0 | Fena
The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has approved today in Sarajevo signing of a memorandum of understanding with leading international oil and gas enterprise Shell Exploration Company BV for geological exploration of oil and gas on FBiH territory.
10:55 | 1 | Sofia News Agency
Three foreign airline carriers - Swiss International Air Lines, Cimber Sterling and Pegasus – have excluded Bulgaria's capital Sofia from their destinations for the upcoming winter season.
10:57 | 0 | Sofia Echo
Bulgaria's CIBank said on October 14 2011 that it had signed a 30 million euro credit line agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to fund local small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
10:58 | 0 | Croatian Times
Montenegrin drug smuggler Darko Saric wanted by Interpol since 2009, has an original Croatian passport issued at a consulate in Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina), daily Jutarnji List writes.
10:59 | 0 | Croatian Times
The Eurozone crisis is making its mark on Croatia with demands for its exports on a downward slope, Croatian National Bank Governor Zeljko Rohatinski has warned.
11:01 | 0 | Croatian Times
The shopping centre Cascade Prebendarski in Croatia’s capital Zagreb may close its doors on Wednesday due to financial woes.
11:03 | 0 | tportal.hr
The Croatian Parliament Presidency will meet with the chairs of the parliamentary political groups on Tuesday to agree on how to conclude the last sitting of the sixth Parliament after most opposition parties have decided to boycott Parliament's work.
11:06 | 0 | BTA
The members of the delegation will meet the election candidates (or their representatives), the Chairperson of the Central Election Commission, the Bulgarian delegation to the PACE and representatives of NGOs and the media, before deployin.
11:28 | 0 | Athens News.gr
The resignation of Diomidis Spinellis from his post as secretary-general of the General Secretariat of Information Systems (GSIS) on October 17 has fuelled recent rumours of infighting at the finance ministry over the thorny issue of combating tax evasion.
11:31 | 0 | MIA
Even if reforms do not give the expected results pertaining to our NATO and EU approximation, they are good for the country and improvement of the citizens' lives, says Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in an interview with MIA.
11:34 | 0 | MIA
US auto interiors manufacturer Johnson Controls launched Monday construction works for a new plant in the Stip-based technological and industrial development zone.