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Paris and Berlin against Schengen enlargement

07:05 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Interior ministers of France and Germany have requested from the European Commission (EC) to postpone admission of Bulgaria and Romania to Schengen area, Bulgarian media reported.

Czech government survives vote of confidence

07:06 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Governing Czech coalition survived Tuesday a non-confidence vote in the parliament, after one of three ruling parties, after brief change of mind, decided to support the coalition.

China bans use of foreign words in media

07:08 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Chinese authorities have banned newspapers, publishers and web site owners from using foreign words - particularly English ones, BBC reported.

China calls NKorea to accept IAEA inspectors

07:09 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

North Korea should accept the return of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors as a step toward cooling tensions on the Korean peninsula, Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

White House expects Senate to ratify new START

07:10 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

American administration is convinced that Senate will ratify Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, “new START”, signed with Russia, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs stated.

Winter solstice on Wednesday

07:13 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Winter this year will begin on Wednesday, December 22, 39 minutes after midnight in the northern hemisphere, Belgrade Astronomical Society "Rudjer Boskovic" released in a statement.

EU blasts 'unacceptable' airport chaos

07:25 07:28 | broj komentara 0 | Emg, EUbusiness.com

 The European Commission on Tuesday blasted the "unacceptable" travel chaos caused by heavy snowfalls this week and summoned airport officials to a meeting to explain themselves.

Russia, India sign package of 30 documents

07:28 | broj komentara 0 | Itar-Tass

A package of 30 documents has been signed during the official visit of President Dmitry Medvedev to India.

Moody's warns Portugal on possible downgrade

19:30 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

Moody's may downgrade Portugal's government bonds by a notch or two because of concerns over the country's ability to access debt markets, and weak economic growth, giving it, however, a three month time to maintain its position among credible borrowers.


20. December - 26. December 2010.