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Chinese Corporation to Build Romanian Nuclear Reactors

China Cheneral Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN) has been selected as the investor to develop two units at the Cernavoda NPP, the Romanian state-owned energy utility Nuclearelectrica has said.

World » Southeast Europe | October 20, 2014, Monday // 14:45 | Viewed: 928

Patient with Ebola Symptoms Hospitalized in Kosovo's Capital

A patient showing symptoms of Ebola was taken to a hospital in Kosovo's capital Pristina, a local TV channel says.

World » Southeast Europe | October 17, 2014, Friday // 12:23 | Viewed: 2248

Greece Plans Extra LNG Imports in Case of Cut in Russian Gas Supplies

Greece is in talks over extra imports of liquefied natural gas from Algeria to avert possible shortages in case of a cut in Russian gas supplies, a senior Greek official has said.

World » Southeast Europe | October 17, 2014, Friday // 11:00 | Viewed: 1282

Putin Promises Jobs, Boost in Trade, Investment to Serbia

Exports and Russian investment could give a strong push to the Serbian economy, Russia's President Vladimir Putin said in a press conference with Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic.

World » Southeast Europe | October 17, 2014, Friday // 10:25 | Viewed: 1754

Romanian President Says PM 'Was Secret Agent'

Romania's President Traian Basescu accused Prime Minister Victor Ponta of working for the the country's secret services between 1997 and 2001.

World » Southeast Europe | October 14, 2014, Tuesday // 15:41 | Viewed: 1265

Bosnia Votes for Parliament, President amid Rising Tensions

Voters in Bosnia-Herzegovina are heading to the polls on Sunday in a period of growing social tensions, ethnic disputes and corruption thwarting any EU accession effort.

World » Southeast Europe | October 12, 2014, Sunday // 11:34 | Viewed: 1039

Ebola Increasingly Unlikely Cause of British Man’s Death in Skopje

It is increasingly unlikely Ebola virus had caused the death of a British national in Macedonia, Macedonian news agency MIA reported on Saturday.

World » Southeast Europe | October 11, 2014, Saturday // 16:05 | Viewed: 2064

Greece’s Governing Coalition Wins Confidence Vote

Greece's Conservative-Socialist governing coalition won a confidence vote early on Saturday, thus avoiding early elections for the time being.

World » Southeast Europe | October 11, 2014, Saturday // 11:57 | Viewed: 1051

British Victim of Ebola in Macedonia Was Most Likely False Alarm

Macedonia’s Health Ministry has not confirmed a case of a death caused by the Ebola virus disease in the country.

World » Southeast Europe | October 10, 2014, Friday // 11:28 | Viewed: 1246

British Man Dies in Skopje of Suspected Ebola -Report

A British man national has died in Macedonia of suspected Ebola.

World » Southeast Europe | October 9, 2014, Thursday // 21:06 | Viewed: 1848

Up to Twelve 'Dead' in Turkey after Kurds, Police Clash

Demonstrations held in various Turkish townds and cities claimed at least 12 lives on Tuesday.

World » Southeast Europe | October 8, 2014, Wednesday // 08:47 | Viewed: 912

Serbia To Sell Tanjug News Agency

Serbia offered for sale its national news agency Tanjug without setting a minimum price on Friday as part of a privatization drive aimed at cutting budget deficit.

World » Southeast Europe | October 3, 2014, Friday // 20:06 | Viewed: 1445

Romania's Presidential Vote Campaign Kicks Off

The campaign for the first round presidential elections due to be held on November 2 in Romania began Friday.

World » Southeast Europe | October 3, 2014, Friday // 13:09 | Viewed: 1757

Turkey Overwhelmingly Approves Iraq-Syria Motion

MPs in Turkey have passed a bill allowing the country's army to carry out operations against Sunni militant group Islamic State (IS) outside the country.

World » Southeast Europe | October 3, 2014, Friday // 08:27 | Viewed: 814

Turkish MPs to Decide on Green Light to Syria, Iraq Intervention

Parliament in Turkey is expected to discuss and vote on an authorization to send troops against Islamic State (IS) fighters.

World » Southeast Europe | September 30, 2014, Tuesday // 10:22 | Viewed: 1170

EU-IMF Troika Returs to Greece for Final Audit

Experts of the so-called "Troika" of international lenders are set to visit Greece for what could turn into the country's early exit from the bailout program.

World » Southeast Europe | September 30, 2014, Tuesday // 07:57 | Viewed: 954

Four Balkan States Agree to Reduce Roaming Fees to EU Level

Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia have agreed on a gradual decrease of roaming charges for mobile communications.

World » Southeast Europe | September 29, 2014, Monday // 18:36 | Viewed: 1405

HRW Criticises Turkey for ‘Rollback of Human Rights’

Turkey has moved to clamp down on protesters, control the media and Internet and weaken the rule of law, Human Rights Watch has said.

World » Southeast Europe | September 29, 2014, Monday // 14:01 | Viewed: 1059

IS Recruits Fighters From The Balkans

The Balkan Peninsula is one of the places where the Islamic State (IS) recruits fighters, the President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic told the UN General Assembly.

World » Southeast Europe | September 27, 2014, Saturday // 14:21 | Viewed: 1541

9 Former Romanian Ministers Face Corruption Probe

Nine former Romanian ministers face an investigation for corruption and money laundering in a case involving the lease of Microsoft IT licenses for schools.

World » Southeast Europe | September 26, 2014, Friday // 19:33 | Viewed: 1446

Romanian PM Ponta Survives No-Confidence Vote

The Parliament in Bucharest has rejected a motion of no confidence submitted by the opposition against Prime Minister Victor Ponta.

World » Southeast Europe | September 23, 2014, Tuesday // 08:32 | Viewed: 857
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