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14:11 | 0 | Tanjug
It stopped snowing on Monday in most of Montenegro, where the snowy weather had taken three lives, but there are still large problems with traffic and power supply, so it will take time for the situation to return to normal.
00:56 | 0 | Emg.rs, AMNA
Greece's Parliament passed a batch of bitterly debated austerity measures in the early morning hours of Monday morning by 199 in favour to 74 against, fulfilling a crucial condition set by European partners and creditors to approve a climacteric 130-billion-euro bailout plan
10:39 | 0 | Focus News Agency
European shippers say they are losing millions because a lengthy stretch of the Danube — one of Europe's key waterways — is stuck in the longest freeze in recent memory, Knoxville News reported.
10:41 | 0 | MIA
PM Nikola Gruevski and ministers of health and education - Nikola Todorov and Pance Kralev - put into service on Sunday two new laboratories at the Institute of Occupational Health in Skopje.
10:44 10:46 | 0 | Emg.rs
The situation in Montenegro deteriorated due to incessant snow which had fallen during the last night and caused new problems.
10:47 | 0 | Agerpres
The total number of people who died from hypothermia is 68, according to the data supplied by Secretary of State with the Ministry of Administration and the Interior Mihai Capra on Sunday.
10:48 | 0 | ANSAmed
As local media reported, 50 Mps out of the 82 present MPs (the total number of members of parliament is 90) voted in favour of the new government, ten against it and the others just abstained from voting.
11:06 11:08 | 0 | MIA
Citing diplomatic sources, news agency Net Press says the meeting is held at the joint initiative, in the context of the enhanced diplomatic engagement of the Macedonian Government in light of the NATO Summit in Chicago.