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Dacic: Boycott reflects attitude to Serbia, not Nikolic Dinar up by another 0.5 %, rate at RSD 114.64 Serbian President's inauguration wil be held today Strategic alliance between EU in Turkey is necessary! Bulgaria, Romania "most vulnerable to Grexit" Romania’s local elections exit polls: Incumbent Sorin Oprescu gets majority in capital, higher attendance than four years ago No fiscal consolidation-greater pressure on dinar Patriarch consecrates Orthodox church in Zagreb Kosmet patients in danger due to license plates ban Kosovo Serbs without details of Brussels agreement Faculty of Security Studies marks 37 years of work EU answers Nikolic: Membership conditions known Serbian President to hold reception after stepping into office Delevic: EU has not given up on enlargement Nikolic, socialists to confer on government Monday Govt extends deadline for Smederevo steel mill Nikolic: I will demand clear answers from Brussels Bulgarian PM makes Skopje cry and ponder Macedonia's President Ivanov will not attend Nikolic's inauguration President Türk gives reason for not attending Nikolić's inauguration Slovenia closing embassies in Sweden, Finland, Portugal and Ireland Turkey: tender for Istanbul mega-airport by end of the year EBRD helps improve public transport system in Arad, Romania Tadic:Jeremic's election is Serbia's great victory Meglena Kuneva officially founds own party Josipovic uses Facebook to invite IT investor group Slovenian, Bosnian presidents also not attending Nikolic's inauguration Mesic: Nikolic should be given time Konjanovski visits first green field investment in Sveti Nikole Zeljko Bogetic: fiscal policy management in Macedonia so far at solid level Redzepi: Serbian plates to be banned as of June 15

Croatia: Explosion in Pliva caused by static electricity spark

09:19 | broj komentara 0 | tportal.hr

The explosion in the production plant of the Pliva pharmaceutical company in Zagreb on Friday was caused by a static electricity spark, Zagreb Police said on Sunday.

Croatia Airlines introduces new flights

09:20 | broj komentara 0 | tportal.hr

Croatia Airlines is introducing new seasonal flights and increasing the number of flights on already existing routes so as to prepare better for the tourist season, the national flag carrier reported.

Gruevski: Macedonia has personnel and capacity for EU dialogue and talks

09:22 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Macedonia is ready to begin EU high level accession dialogue because the country has been conducting preparations for long period of time to start country’s EU entry talks, PM Nikola Gruevski told reporters in Dojran on Sunday.

SOS free phone line 15 505 launched in Skopje

09:23 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

As of Sunday people can report misuse of children, paedophilia, mistreatment of homeless and old people on SOS free phone line 15 505.

Israeli experts to conduct rural tourism training in Struga

09:26 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

 Local Development Agency Struga in cooperation with the Faculty of Tourism - Ohrid, Centre for Development of Southwest Planning Region with main office in Struga, Tourism Cluster and GIZ will organise a training for trainers in the field of rural tourism which will be

Sarajevo University promoted ten PhDs

09:47 | broj komentara 0 | Fena

Ten PhDs were promoted in Chancellor's Office of the University in Sarajevo (UNSA) today from technical, economic, medical, leg, biological, physical and chemical science, and Chancellor of UNSA and promoter prof dr Faruk Caklovica said these are all essential scientific areas.

Bulgaria among EU biggest grape, wine producers

09:49 | broj komentara 0 | BNR

More than 13,000 ha of vineyards in Bulgaria have been revamped under European programmes, said the CEO of the Vine and Wine Executive Agency Krassimir Koev.

Pensions in Croatia amongst lowest in EU

09:54 | broj komentara 0 | Croatian Times

According to estimates by the Institute of Economics in Croatia, the net replacement rate in 2010 was 55 per cent, making it one of the lowest in the EU. Only Cyprus, Estonia and Romania have lower replacement rates.

Gruevski: Turkish Limak to invest €200 mln in Macedonia

09:57 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Turkey’s Limak Holding will invest over €100 million only in construction sector and plans to invest additional €100 million in the sectors such as tourism, energy and agriculture in Macedonia, PM Nikola Gruevski told reporters Saturday.

Global patent products and technologies through Google available in Macedonian by 2014

09:58 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Through the Internet browser Google, all patents and patent applications registered by the European Patent Office (EPO) and European Patent Organisation (EPOrg) can be found in Macedonian language as well up to 2014.

BoG governor on 2009 deficit: 'Both parties fully aware of fiscal derailment risk before elections'

10:07 | broj komentara 0 | AMNA

Testifying before a Parliamentary committee investigating claims that Greece's 2009 deficit had been deliberately inflated to pave the way for swingeing austerity cuts, Bank of Greece governor George Provopoulos on Thursday insisted that both main parties in the country had

Eurozone to return slowly to growth in 2013, Ernst & Young report

10:09 | broj komentara 0 | AMNA

Although the Eurozone faces a challenging year with large amounts of public and private sector debt yet to be refinanced, tight credit conditions, further fiscal austerity and more job losses,Ernst & Young said in its Eurozone Spring Forecastpredicting a slow return to

Greece: Unemployment jumps to 20.7pct in Q4 2011

10:12 | broj komentara 0 | AMNA

Unemployment in Greece jumped to 20.7 percent in the 4th quarter of 2011, up from 17.7 percent in the third quarter of the year and from 14.2 percent in the corresponding quarter in 2010, the independent Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) said on Thursday, with the mean

Two dead in old mine explosion in BiH

13:35 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Two men were killed Sunday when a mine left over from the 1990s war in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) exploded while they were cutting firewood in a zone marked dangerous, local authorities said in a release.

USD 54 million surplus in trade with CEFTA

13:51 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Serbia recorded a USD 54 million surplus in trade with CEFTA countries in January, primarily thanks to exporting agricultural products, according to the data of the state statistical office.


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