|PM Cvetkovic: There are no disagreements with IMF||President Tadic to visit Priboj and Nova Varos||Serbia awaits decision on OSCE chair candidacy||Montenegro suffers severe weather conditions, three people die||FYRMacedonia: Business start-up loans for the unemployed||Gruevski: Greece finally decides to receive Nimetz, but obstructs name process||Greece: Nationwide strike Friday and Saturday||Greece: Minister quits over new austerity||Croatia: Farmers start protest rallies||Croatia: VAT to rise from 23 per cent to 25 per cent||Sea storm unveils ancient town on Bulgaria's coast||Morningstar: US is Bulgaria's strategic partner in energy||Bulgaria raised its export level to third countries in 2011||European Court of Human Rights: Abu Hamza cannot be deported to Syria, his stay at immigration center illegal||Festival "Sarajevo Winter" begins, 1.000 artists from 47 countries||Agrokor withdraws its bid for Merkator||Dacic to open ceremony marking 112 European Day||Serbia's balance of payments deficit up by 39 %||Arrangement not terminated, review by mid 2012||Dinar hits record low, NBS sells EUR 68.5 mil||First review of arrangement after budget revision||LDP official Vesna Pesic leaves politics||Tadic: Risk of floods and landslides||Veljovic honours Gendarmerie||14 people dead of cold in Serbia, 190 people saved from snow-struck areas||Serbia, Denmark to sign agreement on support to private sector for fruit production, processing||Serbia to improve agriculture cooperation with African countries||More than 400 new jobs in Svljig||Power cuts in around 2,000 non-vital companies||Serbian Gov't working on national broadband network||Vuk Jeremic with U.N. Secretary General|
07:24 | 0 | BNR
Bilateral cooperation and cooperation in international issues will be the two main areas of discussion during the visit of US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on Sunday, Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov told media.
07:26 | 2 | Emg.rs
Record-low temperatures in Bosnia and Herzegovina pushed the death toll to 6 people on Saturday.The forecast across the Balkans is for conditions to worsen through the week.
07:28 | 0 | tportal.hr
Siberian-style winter weather, which arrived in Croatia a few days ago, is still gripping the country, notably its south, which is why a state of emergency was declared in Split-Dalmatia County on Saturday and the local authorities held meetings with the Croatian Army representatives
07:30 | 0 | MIA
The Ministry of Labor and Social Policy, supported by the Red Cross, set up a temporary shelter for homeless, which will work each day from 20-23.00h as long as the temperatures are below -5C. During the same period mobile teams will visit gathering locations of homeless, offering
07:32 | 0 | MIA
The high-tech equipment will be promoted with the projection of documentary "Pina" by Wim Wenders. The film is a tribute to famous choreographer, dance teacher and ballet director Pina Bausch (1940-2009).