|Catholic believers worldwide celebrate Christmas Eve||“And on earth peace”||Montenegro and Serbia set to boost economic ties||Romania, US announce missile shield agreement takes force||World leaders bid farewell to Vaclav Havel||Parliament passes Macedonia's budget for 2012||Davutoğlu : France no different than Mideast dictators||Russian submarine test a success||Greece: Papademos government loses public confidence||Greece: Church to boost charity meal drive||Project "Women leaders of 21st Century" presented in Mostar||GDP growth might be lower than 1.5 percent in 2012||Croatia gets new government||Consultations continue on UNSC resolution||Petrovic: Ahtisaari's plan is a chance||Crisis has not discouraged New Year's tourists||Dacic: Veselinovic not arrested upon EULEX warrant||Draft contract on chinese loan for Kostolac approved||Record Serbian exports to Germany||Tadic: Must overtake Romanian-Bulgarian Corridor||Proposal for cooperation between Serbia, Albania||Sladjana Prica assistant FM for multilateral cooperation||Christoph Heusgen visits Belgrade||Tadic meets representatives of Serbs from region|
09:31 | 0 | Beta
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic said on Oct. 24 that he was ready to take the initiative and conclude an interstate agreement between Croatia and Serbia which would prevent abuse of war crimes prosecutions and would allow cooperation in processing war crimes to continue.
09:43 | 0 | Tanjug
After the unilateral proclamation of Kosovo's independency in February 2008, Tirana and Pristina developed a successful cooperation practically in all fields. It was earlier confirmed that an agreement on publishing joint textbooks was reached, and, according to the media, joint
10:14 | 0 | Tanjug
War criminal Branimir Glavas, who is serving an eight-year sentence for war crimes against Serb civilians committed in Osijek (Croatia) in 1991, will head the election list of the Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja (HDSSB), the party's main board has
10:17 | 0 | BH Daily News
Bosnia's second largest power utility Elektroprivreda RS (EPRS) on Friday issued a tender for the sale of its 626,180 megawatt-hours of power surplus in the first half of 2012.
10:19 | 0 | BNR
According to preliminary results current Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova put forth as the candidature of the ruling GERB party, has won the elections for Mayor of the capital city with the convincing 52% of the ballots.
10:21 | 0 | BNR
Greek companies are leaving the sinking ship of their country only to move business to Bulgaria, where labour costs are 4 times lower compared to Greece, announced GreekReporter.
10:24 | 0 | Croatian Times
Faculty of Philosophy students in Zagreb have blocked the registrar and several other administrative offices after some students were asked to pay for tuition despite the dean’s promises on Friday to suspend the fees until the elections in December.
10:25 | 0 | Croatian Times
The Governor of Croatian National Bank (HNB) Zeljko Rohatinski has warned that tough cuts await the new government after December elections.
10:27 | 0 | Croatian Times
It is a good time to buy an apartment in Zagreb’s peripheral neighbourhoods where prices have experienced a significant drop, daily Vecernji List writes.
10:28 | 0 | Agerpres
China's Huawei company will invest nearly 200 million euros in Romania by 2014, with its main investment projects to be a Huawei European Design Centre at Pipera and a nationwide fibre optic network, jointly with Romania's Transelectrica, according to data with the Romanian
10:32 | 0 | BTA
Ruling GERB party's presidential candidate couple Rosen Plevneliev - Margarita Popova lead with 39.67 per cent, returns based on 57.32 per cent of tally sheets show, Central Election Commission Spokesperson Ralitsa Negentsova said early on Monday.
10:38 | 0 | AMNA
Development minister Michalis Chrysohoidis delivering a speech at a business dinner organised by the Greek Chinese Chamber of Commerce on Monday, 24 October
10:40 | 0 | AMNA
Most public transport means in Athens will be immobilised on Tuesday due to a 24-hour strike, to be carried out by employees in the metro, bus, trolley and tram companies.
10:42 | 0 | AMNA
Material damages caused to private businesses and banks during violent incidents in recent demonstrations in downtown Athens total roughly 400,000 euros, according to an Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EBEA), in a letter addressed to Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos
10:45 | 0 | MIA
Italian low-cost airline Blu-express, a division of Blue Panorama Airlines, will introduce regular Skopje-Roma flights on October 30.
10:49 | 0 | AMNA
Alpha Bank’s and Eurobank’s shareholders will have to approve both the merger plan and the actions accompanying it, on the basis of a capital boosting scheme which envisages a 1.25 billion euros share capital increase, which will be entirely covered by a Qatar investment