|Tens of illegal migrants set up camp at Alexandroupolis Railway Station||Greece: Cancellations in tourist arrivals an everyday phaenomenon||Most internet users aged 18 to 39||EU Friends of Cohesion Policy group reiterate growth, job priorities||Gruevski still most popular politician: poll||Ivanov: We will never accept solution that harms identity||Moody's lowers Croatia outlook to negative||BiH FinMin: Demand bigger than supply at first auction of bonds in BiH||Bubget of BiH institutions for 2012 adopted||Temporary traffic restriction on trucks into force in Greece from 1 to 4 June||USD 400 million surplus in agricultural trade||NBS will raise interest rate if necessary||World Bank will help countries of Western Balkans||Trnavcevic: Inaugural session to resume June 11||UNMIK trying to calm situation||DSS: KFOR operation warning to Serbian authorities||Nikolic calls for end of clashes in KiM||Security of all Kosovo citizens threatened|
19:37 | 0 | Tanjug
Edinburgh airport in Scotland, Gatwick in London, UK, Lyon-Bron in southeast France and Geneva, Switzerland, will be closed due to ice and snow on runways, Associated Press reported.
05:24 | 0 | Tanjug
A cold weather wave has made havoc in Europe – traffic accidents are frequent, and several busiest airports have been closed.
05:27 | 0 | Tanjug
Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, has announced that classified documents on major American banks are to be released on the website early 2011.U.S. State Secretary Hillary Clinton has expressed her confidence that U.S. relations with its allies in the world will not be affected
06:02 | 0 | AFP, France 24
The whistleblower website Wikileaks has sent more than 250,000 US diplomatic cables, some dating back 40 years, to five international newspapers. But what is the scope and significance of this mountain of “top secret” information?
06:05 | 0 | Emg.rs
US diplomatic cables released by the whistleblowers' Web site WikiLeaks show that Russian President Dimitry Medvedev, Serbia’s staunch ally, has played a role in slowing down the recognition of Kosovo by Arab states.
06:07 | 0 | Pravda.ru Pravda.Ru
Online whistle blower WikiLeaks unveiled a new batch of compromising materials. This time correspondence of American diplomats was leaked, which clearly shows that the U.S. did not stop its subversive activities against other countries. The published papers can also adversely
06:09 | 0 | Reuters
Whistleblower website WikiLeaks on Tuesday claimed to be the victim of a fresh cyber attack, just days after it made public more than 250,000 confidential U.S. cables.
06:11 | 0 | Ria Novosti
The Russian Reporter weekly, a WikiLeaks partner, published the U.S. correspondence on the 2008 war between Russia and Georgia over South Ossetia.
06:12 | 0 | VoA
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the release of thousands of classified documents by the WikiLeaks website is embarrassing but is not having a big impact.