|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|
09:25 | 0 | Novinite.com
Osama bin Laden may have been betrayed to the US by a jealous wife who was angered by his preference towards a younger woman, reports say.
09:27 | 1 | Novinite.com
The two largest soft drink producers in the world, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, will change their recipe in the US to avoid putting a cancer warning label on the bottles.
09:43 09:44 | 0 | MIA
A leftist opposition led by one of the few leading politicians in Slovakia to escape voter anger over a major corruption scandal has been propelled back to power in an early parliamentary election, according to almost complete results on Sunday.