|Belgrade Tango Festival opens Thursday||Regional conference of defense ministers in Pec||Entrepreneurship Week in Macedonia||PM Papandreou called emergency cabinet meeting||EBRD is financing roads in Sarajevo||Wheat to be sown on 450,000 hectares||US invested USD 810 million in Serbia since 2001||Belgrade hotel on Forbes top hotel list||Two Albanians arrested for Athens Bar Association robbery||Greek PMI fell to 40.5 points in October||European markets lower weighed by uncertainty about Greece||Euro flat as traders watch Greece, ECB||G20 to focus on eurozone||Report on Kosovo composed based on field data||Sydow meets north Kosovo municipal presidents||Serbia today guarantees media freedom||All six lanes on “Gazela” bridge to be open for traffic as of 12 November||Redzepi: No unilateral actions in Northern Kosovo||Ban Ki-Moon: North challgenge for international community||Josip Boljkovac arrested for crime||Mrkonjic: Solution for JAT by end of year||Buzek: EU membership tangible prospect for Serbia||Week of French Film begins in Skopje||Talks with IMF on budgets for 2011 and 2012||Djelic to open “Applied Nostalgia” photographic exhibition||Cvetkovic, Buzek to meet||Panel discussion “Serbian diaspora – contribution to EU integration”||Asian markets slide over Greek vote||Greece, default fear, 2-year bond soars to 96.7%||Romania: BNR cuts key interest rate to 6 percent||Statement by President Barroso and President Van Rompuy on the intention of the Greek authorities to hold a referendum||Eurozone watches as Greece heads for Dec 4 vote||IMF to consider aid after referendum in Greece||Greek FinMin says euro participation cannot be put in doubt|
06:52 06:54 | 0 | Tanjug
The European Commission (EC), in its annual report on the progress made by EU hopefuls, commended Serbia on improving relations with Pristina, but it also called on the country to invest greater efforts in the search for remaining International Criminal Tribunal for former
06:55 | 0 | Tanjug
Representatives of five Serbian trade unions and the government reached an agreement late on Friday, after a five-hour discussion, on all requests of the trade unions concerning the amendments to the Pension Law, head of trade unions' negotiating team Miodrag Mijatovic told
07:03 | 0 | ANA
Stability for the country or further adventures was the wager at stake in Sunday's local government elections, Prime Minister George Papandreou repeated in an interview published by the newspaper "Ta Nea" on Saturday.