|Agreement meets condition but late||Decision on Serbia likely on Friday||Global crisis significantly shifted support for democracy and markets, EBRD report shows||Three barricades removed in Jarinje||Dinar stronger by 0.4%, exchange rate RSD 103.44||Barricades to be removed if MPs accept agreement||Committee on KiM session postponed until Friday||Hoyer: Germany to decide after reviewing agreement||ICJ rules against Greece over FYROM veto||ICJ to deliver judgment on Macedonia's suit against Greece on Monday||United Russia wins 238 seats out of 450 – Churov||Positive Slovenia surprise winner of election||Croatia: Kukuriku coalition wins 78 out of 151 seats in parliamentary elections||IBM opens first European software test lab in Bucharest||Romania’s Rompetrol starts drilling for OMV Petrom in USD 29 mln contract||Piraeus Bank’s profit down in Romania while non-performing loans grow||Macedonia in Osaka presented as gateway for running Japanese businesses in Europe||Bulgaria's MonBat reports 17% Y/Y rise in revenue in January-September||US $ 600,000 paid out as scholarships from ‘Sheikh Saleh Kamel’ fund||Baltic Aviation System gives up Jat Airways||Dacic:Status issue after technical negotiations||Kostunica: Serbia should forget EU||Obradovic, Degert, EU ambassadors to visit Krusevac correctional facility||Press conference on Blic Entrepreneur of the Year 2011 award to be held||European Commission’s IPA grant to be signed||Dacic to visit Moscow||Stefanovic: Agreement protects Serbia's interest||After Agreement, chances of candidacy row||Agreement on administrative border crossings (text)|
07:52 | 0 | Tanjug
Montenegro will not abandon euro as its official currency, despite concerns that the eurozone crisis could damage the small Balkan economy, Montenegrin Prime Minister Igor Luksic has stated.
08:01 | 0 | Tanjug
The Electric Power Industry of Montenegro (EPCG) cautioned on Tuesday that there is a shortage of electricity in the country, stating that, due to drought, Montenegrin power plants are working with only five percent of their capacity, which means that the country is importing
08:10 | 0 | Fena
Over 15 embassies and diplomatic branches in BiH organized First diplomatic winter fair in Sarajevo on Saturday, which has the aim to connect all communities in spirit of raising funds for charity for children and Associations "Oasis" and "Education builds BiH".
08:20 08:23 | 0 | BNR
Farmers joined yesterday the ongoing strike of the railway workers in Bulgaria. Today, as it has been the case for the past six days, there will be no trains between 8 am and 4 pm.
08:25 | 0 | Novinite.com
In the ten months since its establishment in February 2011, the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency (BABH) has conducted 190 000 inspections of food producers and traders, which resulted in the closure of 900 non-compliant stores and production facilities.
08:30 | 0 | tportal.hr
The State Election Commission on Monday received from the Administration Ministry the final list of voters for the December 4 parliamentary election, comprising 4.5 million persons eligible to vote, the Commission told media.
08:53 | 0 | Athensnews.gr
Eurozone finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to release an 8bn euro aid payment to Greece, part of an 110bn euro package of support agreed with the government last year, an EU diplomat said.
08:55 | 0 | MIA
Basic Court Skopje I sentenced Tuesday United for Macedonia leader and former minister of interior Ljube Boskoski to 7 years in prison for illicit financing of pre-election campaign and abuse of official position.
08:57 | 0 | MIA
Government delegation led by Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski took part Tuesday at a business forum in Singapore, presenting the investment opportunities and benefits offered by Macedonia before representatives of more than 50 companies.
15:04 20:53 | 0 | Tanjug
Republika Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik and Serbian President Boris Tadic opened on Wednesday a section of the Banja Luka-Gradiska highway in RS, which will contribute to building stronger ties between the Serbian entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, and economic