|Public call for partner for Smederevo steel mill||60 healthcare institutions on strike||Vice-Chair of EP's SEE delegation Kacin condemns Smiljkovci murders||Tsohatzopoulos in Korydallos prison||Bosnia and Herzegovina: Progress and outstanding issues in EU agenda||Record rise in number of people crossing Bulgarian-Greek border at Easter||Apple, Bank of America, Intel, Coca-Cola and Visa enter BVB trades||Over 220 jobs lost as Croatian fashion brand goes under||First neighbourhood shopping centre in Croatia||Mostar: Centre for Oncology opened||BBB juice factory in Bulgaria’s Botevgrad for sale over unpaid debts to bank||Bulgaria: verage annual per capita income in 2011 reached EUR 2000||Sofia hosts nuclear power experts meeting||Balkan region faces electricity price shock, investors seek market conditions for new power gen investments||EPS continues investments into Kolubara mines company||Tadic: Election in Kosovo in line with international law||Belgrade - north Kosovo discord sends bad message||Capital projects herald change in agriculture||Threats of Albanian Army to Skopje government||Serbian police helps arrest arms smugglers||Belgrade ready to continue dialogue with Pristina||Kocijancic:Violence is not answer for north Kosovo||Ukrainian marines leaving for Kosmet||Works in monasteries in Kosmet begin on April 23||Macedonia: Serbs have reason to fear due to the situation||PISA testing begins in Serbia||Three medals for Serbian students at a mathematical olympics for girls||Russian loan with 4.1 percent interest||Rexhepi: Kosnjeti arrest political||IMF forecasts Serbia's economy to grow 0.5 %||Kosovo police safeguards Devic instead of KFOR||IMF: Outlook slowly improving but remains fragile|
08:31 | 0 | Emg.rs
Prime Minister Sali Berisha paid a two-day visit to the Albanian troops in Afghanistan serving in the framework of the NATO mission, ISAF i.e. International Security Assistance Force. Accompanying the prime minister to the visit was the Chief of the General Staff of the Albanian
08:33 | 0 | Novinite.com
Unity is vital for the preservation of the cultural roots and traditions of Bulgarians in Serbia, stated Bulgarian VP Margarita Popova Monday
08:35 | 0 | Fena
BiH will not recognize independence of Kosovo because RS which is its constituent part will not agree to it, entity president Milorad Dodik repeated.
08:37 | 0 | Fena
Sarajevo Economic Regional Development Agency SERDA organized Employment fair in area of metal industry in Sarajevo today in cooperation with Ministry for Education, Science and Youth of Sarajevo Canton, Ministry of Economy of SC, Novo Sarajevo municipality and Posao.
08:39 | 0 | Fena
According to the words of the director of Mapas Mall, Ljiljana Bosnjak, investors expect that over the year, this shopping center will is visited by more than four million people.
08:42 | 0 | Croatian Times
The indictment contains more than 550 pages with at least 150 witnesses to be called during the trial whcih is one of the biggest in the history of the Croatian judiciary. The total damage in the Fimi Media case is estimated at about 100 million kuna (15 million Euros).
08:51 | 0 | ekathimerini.gr
Former Defense Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos was remanded in custody on Monday after testifying before an investigating magistrate for more than eight hours in connection with an extensive money laundering network he is believed to have used to conceal millions of euros in
08:52 | 0 | ekathimerini.gr
As many as 89 companies have expressed an interest in researching for hydrocarbons in the exclusive economic zone of Cyprus in the context of the second round of licensing that includes 12 blocks, said Neoklis Sylikiotis, the island’s Minister for Trade.
08:54 | 0 | MIA
"The vehicle I mentioned yesterday was used, i.e. was at the crime site. It was imported from abroad and has Skopje license plates from another vehicle. It is not registered in Macedonia and was not used in regular traffic", said Minister of Interior Gordana Jankuloska
14:29 | 0 | Tanjug
Two police officers are among the wounded. Around 1,000 enraged people took part in the protest late Monday, says an Interior Ministry's statement.