|E. coli outbreak: EU withdraws Egyptian seeds from the market and temporarily bans their import||Free shares revive Serbian capital market||Krkobabic opposes raising of pension age||Special Olympics ending ceremony: Optimism, strength and humanity||Agreement with Belgrade no interstate deal, opposition in Kosovo||Catherine Ashton:We all want to see Kosovo move closer to the European Union||Candidate status for Serbia in December realistic, Polish ambassador||BiH foreign minister says Tadic's visit to Sarajevo is very important||UK donates equipment to Serbian Interior Ministry||Scholars of “Dositeja” fund to have training at Piraeus Bank||Children from Kosovo bringing a 50-meter long flat to Novak Djokovic||Tesla Bank’s goal to bolster economic relations between Serbia, Croatia||Serbian FM: OSCE strategic partner in providing security in region||Kosovo Government: Agreements contribute to better life for people||Tahiri: Agreements for better life of people||Samos: Infant born with lights from cell phones||Increase in tourist arrivals on Rhodes and Dodecanese complex||Greece: Deregulation of taxi sector effective as of July 2||Commission expects progress in Greek debt plan at July 11 Eurogroup meeting||Lavrov: Russia, NATO differ on Libya resolution||Romania 2011 Baccalaureate shocks nation as less than half students pass exam||FYROM: Gasoline, diesel prices drop||Greece: Enterprises to receive 200 mln euro boost||Croatia needs five years to reach pre-crisis foreign investment levels||542 million BAM of taxes collected in BiH in June||Right-Wing takes Tirana’s municipal council after 10 years||Inflation is calming down, 2012 projected inflation rate is achievable||Serbia's external debt went up EUR 58.4 million in April|
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09:01 | 0 | ANA
' Tackling climate change and investing in Renewable Energy Sources (RES) is the answer to recession and unemployment, Prime Minister George Papandreou said on Wednesday, speaking during an event hosted by the Bank of Greece (BoG) to present a report on the "environmental,
14:01 | 0 | Tanjug
Specific red-brown women’s shoes sold in Deichmann stores have been recalled from the Croatian shelves because of the chromium content that is dangerous to people’s health.
13:58 | 0 | MIA
German company "Kromberg & Schubert" has confirmed investment operations over the construction of a new factory in FYRMacedonia.
10:52 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA
A conference on “Greece and the Mediterranean Diet: Innovative Actions-Optimum Practices” will take place on June 3 in the harbour town of Koroni, in the southern Peloponnese’s Messinia prefecture.
10:49 | 0 | ANA
Fitch Ratings on Tuesday expressed doubts over the ability of the Greek side to fully implement the necessary programme to restore the country’s fiscal credibility.
10:45 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Crossing taxes for cars coming from Bulgaria to Romania via the Danube bridge that connects the Bulgarian city of Rousse and the Romanian city Giurgiu will be lowered as of June 1 2011 following a Government decision in March, BNT (Bulgarian National Television) reported on
10:42 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Bulgarian banks recorded a combined profit of 214 million leva in the first four months of 2011, the latest figures of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) showed.
09:32 | 0 | Tanjug
Over 10,000 people gathered in Banja Luka on Tuesday to express support for former Republika Srpska (RS)general Ratko Mladic, who was arrested last week.
07:57 | 0 | Nine O'Clock
“Romania is one of the countries that would stand to suffer from unfavorable developments in Greece. The financial sector is the first direct channel through which these shocks can be transmitted,” ING Chief Economist Nicolaie Alexandru-Chidesciuc, stated for ‘Adevarul’
07:56 | 0 | MIA
If elections were held today, the ruling party VMRO-DPMNE would win the most votes i.e. 19,4%, while 15,1% of the citizens would vote for the opposition party SDSM. According to an opinion poll, VMRO-DPMNE at the early parliamentary polls would win 48 seats in the Parliament,
07:54 | 0 | ANA
The problems are real, and Greece's bankruptcy has already begun, Communist Party of Greece (KKE) leader Aleka Papariga said on Monday, speaking on private television.
07:52 | 0 | ANA
Government spokesman George Petalotis on Monday again ruled out all prospect of accepting main opposition New Democracy's 'Zappion II' economic programme in full. At the same time, he insisted that there were still margins for reaching national consensus with the other parties.
07:50 | 0 | ANA
Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Antonis Samaras on Monday repeated that consensus can be achieved only on the renegotiation of the memorandum terms using as a basis his party's economic proposal for kick-starting the economy through the adoption of lower tax indices.
07:48 | 0 | Athensnews.gr
Greece could get another 20 billion euros in aid from its fellow euro countries and raise three times that through new austerity measures such as selling government property, a top European Central Bank official says.
07:46 | 0 | ANA
The Greek government will launch tender procedures for oil exploration contracts in the Ionian Sea and southern Crete in 2012, after completion of seismic research in these regions, Environment, Energy and Climate Change Deputy Minister Yiannis Maniatis told a Mediterranean
07:45 | 0 | ANA
The Greek government is entering the final stage of talks with the EC-ECB-IMF "troika" over drafting the closely watched Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy Programme, including additional fiscal interventions this year and an ambitious privatisation and state assets management
07:40 | 0 | Tanjug
EU Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger assessed in Vienna Monday that the South Stream gas pipeline which should deliver the Russian gas to the European consumers should not be blocked.
07:34 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Authorities released 13 Turkish fishermen on Sunday (May 29th) who were detained after their ship was spotted in Romania's economic zone.
07:20 | 0 | Croatian Times
Forty per cent of Croatia’s citizens are satisfied with the recent arrest of Serb military commander accused of war crimes, Ratko Mladic.
07:12 07:38 | 0 | Alsat, SEtimes.com
The Central Election Commission (CEC) decided to analyze all complaints presented for the irregularities that were pretended during the voting and counting processes for the municipality of Tirana.
15:04 | 0 | ANA
Contestants from 40 European countries vied for the title of fastest and steadiest waiter in the international "With Tray in Hand" race from the Archaeological Museum on Athens' central Patission street to the Acropolis.
15:00 | 0 | ANA
City of Athens officials on Saturday officially declared the start of Environment and Volunteer Week in Greece's capital, with a series of events taking place in the framework of the Athens Flower Show that began last week.
14:54 | 0 | ANA
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Sunday denied reports that the report it is scheduled to present next week will say that Greece has not achieved any of its fiscal targets, in a spokeswoman's e-mailed statement to Reuters news agency.
14:44 | 0 | Tanjug
Alphonso Orie, member of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia chamber that will be in charge of Ratko Mladic's trial for war crimes approved Friday the prosecution's request to amend the indictment.
08:23 | 0 | www.ft.com
European leaders are negotiating a deal that would lead to unprecedented outside intervention in the Greek economy, including international involvement in tax collection and privatisation of state assets, in exchange for new bail-out loans for Athens.
08:01 | 0 | MIA
According to the State Statistical Office data, FYRMacedonia's industrial production index this April was higher for 11,8% in comparison with the same period last year.
01:08 08:09 | 0 | Emg.rs
Thousands of people flooded central Athens Sunday evening on the fifth day of protests against government austerity policies after an online campaign inspired by Spanish demonstrators.
17:49 | 0 | Athens News.gr
"The euro group is doing research for reprofiling; what can you do on reprofiling, is it possible a without credit event," De Jager told journalists. "It's an investigation, and we have to wait for the outcome of it."
17:44 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
A medical center in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Varna has suffered from a bomb explosion in the small hours Sunday.
17:39 | 0 | BNR
An international conference on the topic of “The Balkans in Europe and the World during 21st Century” has taken place in Sofia. The Integration of the Balkans in the EU and NATO was a topic of the discussions during the second day of the forum.