|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)|
08:14 | 0 | MIA
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy resumes Saturday with its Open Days in Resen and Demir Kapija, aimed at open and transparent communication with citizens and meeting their needs.
08:19 | 0 | ekathimerini.com
The plan that will be submitted to the competent ministries in the next few days foresees the region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace as being the first SEZ. The Germans are said to be particularly interest in it for the development of photovoltaic parks, while sources confirm
08:22 | 0 | tportal.hr
Along with the live streaming, there will be a dedicated staff of journalists reporting from the voting stations, providing exit polls interviews, analysis and other live election reports.
08:25 08:41 | 0 | Emg.rs, tportal.hr
The first day of voting for Croatia's seventh parliament at polling stations outside the country where Croatian nationals with no permanent residence in Croatia can vote for their three representatives in the Sabor passed calmly with a low turnout, the election monitoring nongovernmental
08:33 | 0 | Emg.rs
Slovenia's centre-left Prime Minister Borut Pahor is expected to become the latest eurozone leader to lose power over the debt crisis, with opinion polls predicting a heavy election defeat.
20:40 | 0 | tportal.hr
20:47 | 0 | Emg.rs
Jankovic's party, never before tested in elections, won 29 per cent of the votes, Slovenian state television said, citing exit polls.