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Government and trade unions reach agreement Mubarak could find refuge in Montenegro Expansion work begins on Dubrovnik's port of Gruz EBRD and Raiffeisen Bank Romania promote energy efficiency in Romania’s industry Belgrade public transport employs 56 women drivers Serbia to coordinate two of 11 areas of Danube Strategy Serbia's balance of payments deficit USD 2.47 billion NBS: Saving in dinars continues to be more profitable Cooperation of Serbia, Republika Srpska in energy sector EC and Kosovo Gov't sign EUR 63.9 mln assistance program U.S. condemns attacks on press and peaceful protesters in Egypt Mubarak fears chaos if he quits now Nikolic ready to sit on street until elections are called Dacic: Police strike entails no security risks Greece: Imam kidnapping solved, 10 foreign nationals arrested Work stoppages in Athens transports on Friday Two Greek reporters injured in Cairo demonstration, reported well in health Omar Suleiman: Unrest is foreign and Brother's conspiracy Stavreski: VMRO-DPMNE not contemplating early elections for now Doris Pack: Socialist Party needs to return to parliament President Ivanov attends National Prayer Breakfast in Washington Albania: EU envoy visits Tirana, meets with Topi, Berisha and Rama UNMIK file reveals suspects for the killings in February of 2000 Tadic: Democratic Party is national institution Thaci: We have enough MPs to form Government President to confer honors on Statehood Day Ten people connected to Moscow explosion arrested 77 Romanian customs workers arrested for cigarette smuggling Miller: Investigation should be conducted by ICTY or special body Brussels counts on EULEX, contacts with Marty established Dacic: Serbia expects independent investigation but not special court Trade unions and govt. fail to reach agreement Kosovo-Metohija:Trailer settlement in Gracanica without electricity for six days Croatian President: Relations with regional countries improved Slijepcevic elected President of Constitutional Court Greek PM's initiative on Egypt crisis Statement by the EU High Representative Catherine Ashton on the situation in Egypt

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41st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closes on optimistic note

08:51 | broj komentara 0 | Emg, weforum.org

The 41st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting closed today on a note of hope, progress and optimism. On the final day of the meeting, the Co-Chairs of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011 expressed broad optimism that the global economy will grow, but not without some

Egypt turmoil rattles Middle East stock markets

09:11 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Stocks across the Middle East are tumbling as regional markets open back up following a weekend of violent protests in Egypt.

WSJ: Egypt disturbed American access to Near East

13:39 | broj komentara 1 | Tanjug

Riots in Egypt could trigger changes which will undermine American foreign political goals and make the position of Washington in the Near East weakest in last half a century, today Wall Street Journal writes on Monday.

Flood in Bolivia kills at least 30 people

13:41 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

A raging river killed at least 30 people in Bolivia after a torrent swamped a bus and a truck, police said.


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