|France24: UN knew about Kosovo organ trafficking, report says||Cvetkovic: Government reshuffle by month's end||EBRD strong profit growth to bolster robust investments in 2011||Name issue, reforms in focus of Gruevski's talks with Biden and Clinton||Rockefeller Group plans to invest over 100 million euro in the real estate market in the region including Romania||Maritime cooperation protocol between Romania and Turkey||Greek PM Papandreou in Samothraki||EU pushes strategic gas pipelines to merge-sources||Greek companies in Bulgaria also hit by crisis||Foreign retailers interested in selling Bulgarian bread||UEFA announces ticket prices for EURO 2012||Bulgaria, Romania say will go together into Schengen||Russia's Yandex, Kaspersky among world's top-50 innovative firms||Russia angered by speech of suspected militant in top U.S. university||At least 12 killed, dozens injured in Libya protests||Hague tribunal postpones Karadzic's trial to May 5th||Austria and Croatia discuss creation of GMO-free zone||First Bulgarian stand at Paris International Agricultural Show||World Bank preparing five-year partnership strategy for Bulgaria||The fourth Sarajevo Wine Festival||Albania: US raises alarm for Friday's protests||Serb families resented over abandonment of Gorazdevac crime investigation||42 percent of schools on strike||NBS foreign exchange reserves down to EUR 9.86 billion||Protests of Suez Canal workers||Tunisian former president Ben Ali in coma||Hundreds protest in Basra||Ljajic: Serbia's government needs no more than 15 members||Offered platform unacceptable for GSZSZ||No legal obstacles for Dinkic to sit in parliament||Plenary session of the Serbia-NATO Defense Reform Group||Press conference on International Mother Language Day||Active role of ICMP in investigating organ trade in Kosovo||Government holds a session, regulations on agricultural incentives adopted||Thaci: Kosovo to form new Government early next week||Belgrade hosts first international conference on legal affairs committees|
|BELEX TICKER||AERO 455 2,48%||AGBN 8.707 -1,06%||AIKB 4.288 0,92%||AIKBPB 1.400 0,00%||ALFA 9.503 -0,06%||BIPB 33 -5,71%||BMBI 19.826 0,64%||CCNB 15.839 -12,00%||DINNPB 2.043 -0,24%||ENHL 999 0,40%||FITO 7.490 2,60%||GLOS 460 4,55%||IMLK 2.117 -1,03%||JESV 6.500 0,00%||JMBN 15.584 0,22%||KMBNPB 10.001 0,01%||MTBN 3.081 -0,61%||NIIS 491 0,00%||PRBN 622 -0,16%||PUUE 1.175 6,82%||SJPT 1.000 0,10%||SMPO 407 -1,21%||TIGR 704 -2,22%||TLFN 1.135 -0,09%||UNBN 5.331 -2,77%||VINZ 8.000 -5,88%||VZAS 626 0,16%|
07:49 | 0 | Energia.gr
Officials at the European Commission are urging ITGI and Nabucco to enter talks about merging their operations, EU industry and political sources said.
07:38 | 0 | Ukrinform
According to the Ukraine 2012 Information Center, the purchasing power of local citizens has been taken into account when deciding on prices, and the cheapest tickets will cost 50% less than at UEFA EURO 2008 in Austria/Switzerland. Furthermore, tickets for the final in category 3
07:35 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Russia's Yandex search engine and Kaspersky Lab anti-virus software maker are among the world's 50 most innovative companies in 2011, U.S. Fast Company business journal said on Wednesday.
07:34 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Ilyas Akhmadov, who according to Russia served as an aide for notorious Chechen terrorist Shamil Basayev, participated on Monday in the Crisis in the North Caucasus: Any Way Out? panel discussion at the John Hopkins University in Maryland.
07:33 | 0 | Ria Novosti
At least 12 people were killed on Thursday and dozens injured in anti-government protests in Libya's northeastern city of Al-Baida and eastern city of Benghazi.
07:16 | 0 | Tanjug
At least 1.500 employed in Suez Canal Authority are protesting Thursday in three Egyptian cities alongside the strategic waterway, requesting better wages and working conditions.
07:14 | 0 | Tanjug
Overthrown Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali had stoke and is comatosed, writes French daily “Monde” on Thursday.
07:13 | 0 | Tanjug
Several hundred demonstrators gathered Thursday in Basra, south Iraq, demanding the local governor's ouster while protesters in Nasir stormed a local government building, which are the latest examples of the anger sweeping the country over poor government services and high unemployment.
13:07 | 0 | Tanjug
Bahrain police early Thursday stormed a demonstrators’ camp in downtown Manama and killed three people, while wounding at least 70, world media reported.
08:03 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Wednesday called the fact of two Iranian warships heading to the Mediterranean Sea through the Suez Canal a "provocation."
08:02 | 0 | Ria Novosti
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will make an official visit to Russia in the second week of March, the White House said in a statement on Wednesday.
07:58 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Tuesday for an international donor conference to help Egypt overcome its economic woes.
07:39 | 0 | BH Daily News
The World Bank says food prices are at "dangerous levels" and have pushed 44 million more people into poverty since last June. According to the latest edition of its Food Price Watch, prices rose by 15% in the four months between October 2010 and January this year.
07:22 | 5 | Tanjug, Emg.rs
Committee for Journalist Protection, with headquarters in the USA, expressed deep concern on Wednesday over the fact that an American Network CBS woman reporter Lara Logan was sexually assaulted and beaten in Cairo, where she was reporting from.
07:21 | 0 | Tanjug
Police fired rubber bullets at protesters in South African town of Wesselton Wednesday in a third day of demonstrations to demand jobs and improved services.
07:19 | 0 | Tanjug
Anti-government protesters clashed with supporters of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanna, on the fourth day of demonstrations in Sanaa, when at least four people were injured.
20:04 | 0 | Tanjug
US State Secretary Hillary Clinton called for greater Internet freedom, announcing that the State Depatrment will launch Twitter feeds in Chinese, Russian and Hindi.
08:14 | 0 | Itar-Tass
The federal government will invest almost 50 billion rubles in transport security before 2014, Transport Minister Igor Levitin said at the Tuesday conference chaired by President Dmitry Medvedev.
07:58 | 0 | MIA
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton on Tuesday said the international community still sought to achieve a peace deal and a Palestinian state by September, despite the region's political turmoil.
07:03 | 0 | America.gov
President Obama said political freedoms have come to Tunisia and Egypt through moral force, rather than through violence and the murder of innocents. According to Obama, the role of the United States is to lend moral support to those who are seeking a better life while also understanding
08:26 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Gul will be discussing ways to boost co-operation, as well as regional and international issues. Accompanying him is a delegation of Turkish businessman.
07:57 | 0 | Tanjug
Egypt's military government on Monday urged a halt to widespread strikes inspired by a popular uprising that threatened to paralyse the country following Hosni Mubarak's overthrow.
07:55 | 0 | Tanjug
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has stated that he accepted the resignation of Prime Minister’s Cabinet and gave the reappointed prime minister Salam Fayyad six weeks to form a new government.
10:25 | 0 | MIA
The price of Brent crude rose sharply early on Friday when it appeared that the Egyptian leader would cling to power, raising fears about the key Suez canal transport route.
18:12 | 0 | www.stratfor.com, Emg
Hosni Mubarak has decided to step down as president of Egypt, Vice President Omar Suleiman announced Feb. 11, CNN reported. Mubarak has assigned the Higher Council of the Armed forces to run the affairs of the country, he said. Protesters erupted with the news, waving Egyptian
17:52 | 0 | Emg, Reuters, Ria Novosti
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned on Friday after 18 days of protests across the country, Vice President Omar Suleiman said . National TV reported that Mubarak and his family had left Cairo for his winter residence in Sharm el Sheikh, a popular resort in South Sinai.
12:43 | 0 | Tanjug
At the meeting on Friday morning, the Egyptian army supported the decision of the President Hosni Mubarak remains in power until the end of his mandate in September, but to transfer part of authority to his Vice President Omar Suleiman, and announced the termination of the
07:18 | 0 | Tanjug
Six people were killed and six were injured when a small passenger aircraft crashed and caught fire while trying to land in heavy fog at Cork Airport in southern Ireland on Thursday, police officials said.
07:14 | 0 | Tanjug
Six persons were killed Thursday in northeastern Poland after the van they were traveling crossed into oncoming traffic and was hit by a truck, the police said.
00:29 | 0 | Emg
Mubarak refused to step down or leave the country and instead handed his powers to his vice president Thursday, remaining president and ensuring regime control over the reform process.