|Italy, death toll in Emilia rised to 15
|Euro goes over 116 dinars
|Nikolic in Brussels on June 14, EU preparing
|President Ivanov: Interim Accord violated again, ICJ ruling must be respected
|Greece: New Democracy takes lead in four latest opinion polls
|Nabucco gas project may be dropped
|UN condemns Houla massacre
|Sofia, Zagreb sign cooperation memorandum
|Greece: State may run out of funds by July
|Romania remains in top of most attractive 15 countries worldwide as for investments in renewable energy
|Croatia: Prices of petrol and diesel to go down at midnight
|Croatia to get new mobile network operator
|Bulgaria to produce 1.5 tons of rose oil in 2012
|Earthquake damages in Bulgaria's Sofia estimated at BGN 1.3 M
|Base for distribution of China goods throughout Europe might be built up in Pleven
|PM Berisha meets President of Kosova Jahjaga
|PM Berisha begins consultations on presidential election
|Nikolic: Oath Thursday, inauguration June 11
|Northern Kosovo leaders protesting over KFOR actions
|Nikolic: I am nationalist, but democrat as well
17:12 | 0 | Tanjug
Around 200 Serbs have protested in Gracanica on Monday against the verdict delivered by the District Court in Pristina, sentencing Zoran Kolic to 14 years in prison “for war crimes committed in Kosovo.”
17:19 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's Republic Public Prosecutor's Office said in a release Monday that there had been no fixing of results at a polling place that was the subject of recent allegations about election theft at the May 6 elections in the country.
17:20 | 0 | Emg.rs
Compared to the previous month, major increases were recorded in furniture, appliances and maintenance (1%), transport (0.9%), food and soft drinks (0.8%), health care (0.7%), restaurants and hotels (0.6%) and clothes and footwear (0.5%).
17:24 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian dinar is down by three para Monday, dropping to an official middle exchange rate of RSD 112.2710 for one euro, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) has announced.
07:57 | 0 | Tanjug
In his new report Tanjug had access to, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon cautioned about tensions and risks threatening to hamper stability in Kosovo, and said that there will be not be much room for the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina in the coming months.
09:31 | 0 | Tanjug
After introducing a "clever" network, Telenor Srbija will aim it activities at speeding up the flow of information, but also at other projects which will simplify even more the use of up-to-date self phones, the company's CoE Chel Morten Jonsen said.
13:40 | 0 | Tanjug
Two and a half decades after the start of construction, Belgrade got its first Science and Technology Park, one of several such complexes to be built in Serbia, aiming to attract domestic and foreign hi-tech companies.