|Jumbo reports 1.0 pct increase in H1 sales||Greece:Exports return to rise in Nov. 2011, imports drop further||Turkish aircraft enter Athens FIR||Turkish Air Force helicopter flies over Greek islet of Ro||Greece: Credit to private sector remained negative in November||Petrom and EEPRL start deepwater drilling in Black Sea||Major oil companies in Romania, slapped with fines of over 205 million euros||Orka Holding is new owner of three Macedonian dailies||Greece close to bond holder deal||Gerard Gallucci: North Kosovo issue may be resolved in 2012||Macedonia and Kosovo have no open political issues||McNamara: President Obama to exert leadership for Macedonia's admission to NATO||Greek Minister rules out mass public-sector lay-offs||Diplomats: Greece pushing for delay on Iran||JASPERS technical assistance extended to Croatia ahead of EU accession||Kosovo: Risk of radical Islam, says ambassador to Italy||Croatia - Slovenia: EC will submit list of arbiters in second half of January||Croatia: New parliament to begin first regular session on Jan 18||Bulgaria’s exports on the rise, National Statistical Institute says||Tadic: KiM solution lies in international arena||Josipovic did not congratulate RS Day to Dodik||Bulgaria forwards Horseshoe plan data to Germany||MUP: Weapons found in Borik hall ahead of jubilee||Dzombic: RS will assist Kosovo Serbs||Self-Determination to block cars from Serbia||EU ministers to discuss Serbia on January 23||Gordon: No reduction or withdrawal of US troops||Krasic: Seselj was clinically dead||Dialogue on Kosovo to continue at end of January||TV Avala strikers meet with RRA Council and RATEL|
07:38 | 0 | Tanjug
The EU Foreign Affairs Council will discuss Serbia and Kosovo at the next meeting on January 23, the Austrian Press Agency (APA) reported, referring to the diplomatic sources in Brussels.
07:32 | 0 | Emg.rs
The striking board of TV Avala, one of Serbia's national broadcasters, conferred with members of the Republic Broadcasting Agency (RRA) Council and the Republic Agency for Electronic Communications (RATEL) on Tuesday to inform them about the current situation in this TV and
07:34 | 0 | Tanjug
A new round of technical talks between Belgrade and Pristina has not yet been scheduled but is expected in late January, diplomatic sources in Brussels told Tanjug on Tuesday.
07:36 | 0 | Tanjug
Zoran Krasic, the head of the legal defence team of International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) indictee Vojislav Seselj, stated Tuesday that the leader of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) was clinically dead when admitted to hospital on Friday.
07:37 | 0 | Tanjug
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon told the Pristina RTV 21 television that there will be no withdrawing of U.S. troops from Kosovo, or their reduction.
07:40 | 0 | Tanjug
Activists of the Self-Determination Movement in Kosovo announced that on January 14 they will block entrance to Kosovo to all vehicles with Serbian licence plates, the Pristina-based daily Kosovo Sot reported.
07:42 | 0 | Tanjug
Republika Srpska (RS) Prime Minister Aleksandar Dzombic said in the talks with representatives of four municipalities in northern Kosovo-Metohija that RS would help Serbs in the area as much as possible.
07:50 | 0 | Tanjug
"The solution must contain four essential points: in particular, a solution for the administration of Serb monasteries and monastic complexes, special guarantees for the Serbs in the enclaves, regulations regarding the property of Serb citizens and the state of Serbia,
07:59 | 0 | Cristiana Missori
Four years on from its independence, Kosovo is attempting to reaffirm its native traditions and is calling on the West for help to avoid being swallowed by the slow advance of radical Islam, which is taking advantage of tolerant traditions.
08:18 | 0 | MIA
Gerard Gallucci, retired US diplomat and former UN Regional Representative in Kosovska Mitrovica, considers that 2012 may be the year that the north Kosovo issue is resolved, or maybe 'resolved.'