|Williamson: Marty's report black cloud over region||Vuk Jeremic UN General Assembly president||Zbogar: Freedom of movement must be ensured||Serbs unblock road in Kosovo||UN ahead of decision - Jeremic or Cekuolis||Dinar strengthens, RSD 115.27 for one euro||Global CounterTerrorism Forum in Istanbul focused on radicalism and Syria||Ceremonial welcome for Patriarch Irinej in Zagreb||FinMin Florin Georgescu: Under no circumstance will euro reach 5 lei level this year||FAO: World food prices fall in May||Greece: Unemployment shoots to record 21.9pct in March||HSBC sells Greek stock broking unit||Greece: Chryssi Avghi spokesman punches KKE former MP||Pope hopes EURO 2012 will take place in atmosphere of peace and joy||Commission to continue monitoring the fulfilment of commitments made by Croatia||Croatia: Environmental protection minister resigns||Preparations for memorial on July 11 at memorial center going according to plan||Bulgaria to open consulate in Montenegro||FOCUS News Agency turns 12||CIA director visited Bulgaria||Serbia's external debt totals EUR 24.07 billion||Public debt at EUR 14.84 billion at end of April||Budget deficit RSD 78.9 billion in five months||Wheat crop will be sufficient for local needs||NBS raises key policy rate to 10 percent||Vujanovic:First minority status, then ambassadors||President's secretary general, advisors appointed||KFOR closes checkpoint in Jagnjenica,Serbs protest||Minister:No cases of organ trafficking in Serbia||Fuele spokesman: Serbia to continue reforms||Vucic: Democrats named conditions in talks with Danieli||Nikolic calls on Serbs in Kosovo to refrain from violence|
07:08 | 0 | Beta
As Kosovo delegation chief Deputy Premier Edita Tahiri told the Zeri web portal, the agenda of the one-day meeting will consist of issues concerning the freedom of movement, license plates for vehicles and the recognition of diplomas.
07:14 | 0 | Beta
A group of Belgrade University students who built the first solarpowered mobile telephone charger has won a competition organized by the European Commission for renewable energy solutions, team leader and electrical engineering student Milos Milisavljevic told BETA on April
07:17 | 0 | Tanjug
One and a half million people were registered in the first ten days of the census in Kosovo, the Kosovo statistical office announced Tuesday.
07:19 | 0 | Emg.rs
The two-day event will gather representatives of relevant public authorities, business sector, citizens’ associations and other interested parties from Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania and Serbia, as well as UNEP experts.
07:20 | 0 | Emg.rs
Part of the lead roof of the church of Ljeviska, Mother of God in Prizren has been stolen, the Raska-Prizren Eparchy communicated.
07:22 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) President Tomislav Nikolic said Wednesday the opposition rally set for April 16 will end the same day, refusing to reveal his party's earlier announced offer that the government will supposedly not be able to refuse.
07:25 | 0 | Tanjug
According to official statistics, March 2011 CPI inflation stood at 14.1 percent y-o-y, which is above the upper bound of the target of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS), as the targeted inflation for March 2011 was 5.6 ± 1.9 percent, the NBS released.
07:27 | 0 | Emg.rs
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Hajredin Kuçi during his visit to Greece apart from asking the Greek Government to recognize independence of Kosovo, also asked for reduction of insurance taxes for Kosovo cars entering Greece.
11:17 | 0 | Emg.rs
Lucky Strike entire portfolio will be cheaper 20 dinars, except Lucky Strike 100's which will be cheaper 10 dinars. The new price of Lucky Strike is 130 dinars, except Lucky Strike 100’s which will cost 140 dinars. At the same time, the entire Pall Mall portfolio
11:20 | 0 | Emg.rs
Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said yesterday that the April salaries of all employees in the public sector as well as pensions to paid out in May will be increased by 5.5%.
11:22 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic said Wednesday that some powerful countries in the world were trying to solidify Kosovo's independence, but that Serbia was using its diplomacy to fight it and achieving results few had expected.
11:43 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's national power company Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) plans to invest EUR 80 million in the reconstruction of 17 old and the construction of 18 new small hydro power plants, whose total power will be 80 megawatt, EPS said in a release Wednesday.
15:12 | 0 | Tanjug
The Constitutional Court of Serbia has revoked all decisions of the High Judicial Council (VSS) on reelection of judges in December 2009, adding that there are no major obstacles to the revision of the reelection which should be launched in ten or so days.