|Massive Evros wildfire under partial control||2 explosions at Turkish beaches||Final talks ahead of UNSC session on Kosovo are underway||Roadblocks partially cleared near the village of Zupce||UNESCO Director General visits FYRMacedonia||Suspected Gaddafi convoy crosses into Algeria||Eurobank, Alpha Bank in merger deal||Irene cuts power to 1.8 mln, shuts refineries, nukes||Albania: Fire emergencies, operations in Kukes and Gramsh||Djelic: Serbia deserves candidate status, start date for negotiations on EU membership||Serbia protects national interests on its EU path||Stefanovic says abolishment of Serbian institutions in northern Kosovo is not topic of talks||Serbian representatives and IMF to discuss possibility of budget deficit exceeding RSD 120 billion||Zagreb says Tadic's and Jeremic's statements are unacceptable|
10:41 10:50 | 0 | Emg.rs
In 2010, the European Investment Bank (EIB) increased financing for climate action projects to EUR 19 billion, representing an impressive 30% of its lending in the European Union. Significantly up from EUR 16 billion the year before, this is a new landmark in supporting sustainable
07:41 | 0 | Emg.rs
Ahead of the extraordinary European Council of Friday 11 March, MEPs and EU High Representative Catherine Ashton will discuss the latest developments in Libya and the EU's reaction to events.
07:42 | 0 | Bloomberg
Some countries in the euro region may have their credit ratings cut further while a Greece debt default is a “possibility,” said Moritz Kraemer, managing director of European sovereign ratings at Standard & Poor’s.
16:17 | 0 | Tanjug
Muammar Gaddafi’s loyalists are forcing attacks on rebels using tanks, missiles, while Great Britain and USA with support of international community are considering imposing a no-fly zone.
16:25 17:27 | 0 | TRT
Gaddafi blamed the foreign media for distorting the truth about the incidents in Libya, and said the Turkish and World public opinion would change in favor of his administration in near future.