|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)|
08:48 | 0 | Tanjug
Austrian Major General Robert Brieger will take over command of the European Union's military force in Bosnia-Herzegovina on December 6, Austrian Defence Minister Norbert Darabos stated in Vienna on Friday.
08:49 | 0 | Tanjug
Croatian Vice Prime Minister Slobodan Uzelac called on Croatia's Serbs living in Serbia to vote in the elections on Sunday, December 4.
09:05 | 0 | Tanjug
Three days ahead of the parliamentary elections, centre-left Kukuriku coalition has the support of 37.5 per cent of the voters while the rivals centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) is backed by 19 per cent, Crodemoskop survey shows.
09:08 | 0 | ekathimerini.com
The next 10 days will be crucial for Greece with the International Monetary Fund – one of the country’s three foreign creditors to approve the release of its share of the next 8-billion-euro loan tranche on Monday, December 5, and officials of the IMF, European Commission