|Foreign Ministers of Danube riparian countries meeting in Bucharest||Germany to remain Montenegro’s partner in pursuing European agenda||FYRMacedonia: Gasoline prices drop, diesel retains the same price||Macedonia to support low-cost airlines||Skoda Yeti from Nizhni Novgorod and a 7-seater Lada R90 from AvtoVAZ||EU Ministers on Serbia, Montenegro achievements on Dec. 5||Statement by the EC and IMF on the Review of Romania’s Economic Program||Latest inventions in display Nov. 9-12 in Zagreb||Bulgaria to restart sale of four duty-free zones||Bulgaria's meat output records growth in Q2 2011||Turkey's Isbank sees strong growth potential in Bulgaria||Levon Hampartsoumyan: Greece's troubles unlikely to prompt bank failures in Bulgaria||Gov't of Central Bosnian Canton finally formed||Inzko and Turkish National Defence Minister Ismet Yilmaz meet||Tadic tours works on Corridor 11||We will win elections, says Petrovic of DS||Nikolic says Serbia could still have Kosovo and EU||Tanjug hands out annual awards||100 new jobs at Mono Metal||Greece: Government spokesman on Papandreou-Samaras contacts||Talks with IMF in midweek||KFOR vehicles reach base||Brammertz to arrive in Belgrade today||Dacic to visit Latvia, Estonia||3rd fair of local self-governments on 9–11 November||Days of Serbian culture in Timisoara||Serbia elected to UNESCO World Heritage Committee||Declaration inked on regional refugee problem resolution|
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An explosion was reported at the Marcoule nuclear plant in southern France on Monday, with a risk of a radioactive leak, emergency officials said.One person was killed and three people were injured, including one seriously, local newspaper the Midi Libre reported.
20:54 | 0 | BBC
The latest crisis of confidence in the markets came amid worries that Germany had lost patience with Greece - and other heavy indebted eurozone nations - and might not help future bailouts.
10:49 | 0 | MIA
The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and
10:50 | 0 | MIA
When Beijing Daxing International airport opens in 2015, the Chinese capital will become the world's busiest aviation hub, handling around 370,000 passengers a day.
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Cyprus will commence exploratory drilling in its exclusive economic zone in the beginning of October, Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Praxoulla Antoniadou said on Sunday.