|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|
09:30 | 0 | Radio Serbia
The Serbs in Macedonia, as well as other citizens, have a reason to be afraid due to the present situation in Macedonia as, according to indications, the recent murder of five Macedonians was ethnically motivated, assessed Ivan Stoilković, the president of the Democratic
09:41 | 0 | Tanjug
An organisation entitled 'The Army for Liberation of Occupied Albanian Countries' which has so far been unknown to the public threatened on Tuesday to attack the Macedonian army and the police unless they retreat from, as they said, 'occupied Albanian countries' within the next
10:03 | 0 | Serbiaenergy.com
After new price records for oil, the electricity prices will shock the complete region of Balkans as well as most of the EU countries. Some region countries are announcing the electricity price increase starting from may or june. Serbia has the lowest electricity price in Europe.
10:09 | 0 | BNR
Bulgaria’s Kozloduy NPP is the venue of a sitting of the heads of nuclear power plants. In the course of two days Sofia is the venue of the sitting of the Council of the directors of the World association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) – Moscow Center.
10:10 | 0 | BNR
The average annual income in Bulgaria during 2011 was calculated at BGN 3937 per person or nearly EUR 2000. This is some 3.3 percent higher on 2010, the National Statistical Institute announced.
10:12 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Properties of Bulgaria’s BBB juice manufacturing company are being offered for sale because of outstanding debts to MKB Unionbank, according to the register of private enforcement agents.
10:16 | 0 | Fena
Centre for Oncology within University Clinical Hospital Mostar was officially opened on Saturday.
10:21 | 0 | Croatian Times
Private equity company Bluehouse Capital is to invest 50 million Euros in building a new 'neighbourhood' shopping centre, the first of its type in Croatia.
10:22 | 0 | Croatian Times
One of the shining lights on the local Croatian fashion scene has had its lights after local fashion brand Xnation was forced to close, reports daily newspaper Vecernji list.
10:24 | 0 | Agerpres
The shares of five highly performing U.S. companies - specifically Apple Inc., Bank of America Corporation, Intel Corporation, The Coca-Cola Company and Visa Inc., will be available for trading on the alternative trading system of the Bucharest Stock Exchange beginning Wednesday,
10:28 | 0 | Focus News Agency
A record rise has been registered in the number of people crossing the Bulgarian-Greek border at Easter, Border Police Chief Directorate spokeswoman Lora Lyubenova told FOCUS News Agency.
10:30 | 0 | Emg.rs
Key priorities for the progress of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the EU integration process were discussed at the meeting of Commissioner Štefan Füle with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zlatko Lagumdžija on 17 April in Brussels.
10:34 | 0 | AMNA
Former Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos on Tuesday was sent to Korydallos prison following an examining magistrate's and prosecutor's order that he be remanded in custody pending trial.
10:36 | 0 | MIA
Vice-Chair of the European Parliament's Delegation for Southeast Europe, Jelko Kacin condemned Monday the murder of five persons near Skopje village Smiljkovci.