Tension Between Greece, Turkey in Aegean Sea

Turkey was close to crossing “the red line” in its relations with Greece when, last Friday, a Turkish ship fired shots near a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, stated in an TV interview Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kodzias calling on Ankara to “rethink agai

World » Southeast Europe | 3 hours ago | Viewed: 570

EU To Put End To Tax Avoidance by MNCs

The Finance Ministers of EU member-states have agreed to close loopholes in tax legislation allowing multinational companies to avoid paying taxes on dividends, reported Reuters.

World » EU | February 21, 2017, Tuesday // 16:41 | Viewed: 1125

Juncker: Great Britain Will Pay Stiff Price for Brexit

Great Britain will pay a stiff price for leaving the European Union, warned in a speech to the Belgian Federal Parliament the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.

World » EU | February 21, 2017, Tuesday // 15:57 | Viewed: 1193

First Express Train from Istanbul Arrives in Sofia

The first express train from the Turkish city of Istanbul arrived in Sofia on Tuesday after a nine-and-a-half-hour trip, reported Anadolu Agency.

World » Southeast Europe | February 21, 2017, Tuesday // 15:14 | Viewed: 3256

3 EU Countries Demand That Lower-Quality Foods Not Be Sold in Eastern Europe

The Czech Republic has joined the initiative supported by Hungary and Slovakia calling on the European Commission to adopt a law banning food and beverages companies from selling products of different content and quality under the same label and brand.

World » EU | February 21, 2017, Tuesday // 14:41 | Viewed: 2071

EC Threatens To Sue 5 Countries Over Air Pollution

The European Commission has warned for the final time Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK about systematic violation of the restrictions of the European Union regarding air pollution, announced the press centre of the commission.

World » EU | February 21, 2017, Tuesday // 13:45 | Viewed: 1245

Greece May Rely On New Rescue Programme

Greece may rely on a new rescue programme.

World » Southeast Europe | February 21, 2017, Tuesday // 10:32 | Viewed: 888

Trial Starts in Turkey Against 47 People Accused of Attempting To Kill Erdogan

The trial against 47 people accused of attempting to murder President Recep Erdogan on the night of the failed coup attempt has started in southeastern Turkey on Monday.

World » Southeast Europe | February 20, 2017, Monday // 16:55 | Viewed: 1332

EU Grants EUR 18 M in Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine

The European Union has announced that it will allocate EUR 18 M in humanitarian aid for the population that suffered from the war in the eastern regions of Ukraine.

World » EU | February 20, 2017, Monday // 16:25 | Viewed: 1262

New Ceasefire Agreement To Enter Into Force in Ukraine

A new ceasefire agreement must enter into force in Eastern Ukraine as of Monday, reported BNR.

World » Ukraine | February 20, 2017, Monday // 15:37 | Viewed: 1264

Bulgaria Pays EUR 1 M for Court of Human Rights Verdicts

Bulgaria has paid nearly EUR 1 M for verdicts ruled by the Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in 2016, showed data from the Justice Ministry, reported BGNES.

World » EU | February 20, 2017, Monday // 10:04 | Viewed: 1532

Putin Allows Recognition of Passports from Donetsk, Luhansk 'Republics'

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree which guarantees recognition of passports of nationals of so-called 'Donetsk People's Republic' and 'Luhansk People's Republic', TASS news agency reports.

World » Russia | February 18, 2017, Saturday // 17:18 | Viewed: 2698

Schulz Overtakes on Merkel in Chancellor Race by Big Margin - Poll

Social democrat candidate Martin Schulz has better prospects to become Germany's Chancellor in the election this autumn, a new poll shows.

World » EU | February 18, 2017, Saturday // 10:40 | Viewed: 2161

Albania Braces for Massive anti-Opposition Protests

Albanian opposition representatives have called on citizens to take to the streets on February 18 to participate in what they called "a big day for democracy".

World » Southeast Europe | February 18, 2017, Saturday // 09:44 | Viewed: 2364

Munich Conference on Security To Be Attended by World Leaders

One of the most prestigious global forums – the Munich Conference on Security – will be attended on Friday by world leaders and experts who will discuss the challenges facing Europe.

World | February 17, 2017, Friday // 14:07 | Viewed: 2162

Albania's PM Rama: Albania, Kosovo Will Have Joint Embassies

“Sooner or later, Albania and Kosovo will have joint embassies abroad,” stated Albanian PM Edi Rama, reported BGNES.

World » Southeast Europe | February 16, 2017, Thursday // 18:13 | Viewed: 2660

14 EU Member-States May Still Thwart CETA

Half of the member-states of the European Union may hold referendums on the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada, in spite of the fact that the European Parliament has already approved it, reported Brussels-based electronic

World » EU | February 16, 2017, Thursday // 16:32 | Viewed: 1883

Greek Farmers Withdrawing from Blockades

Greek farmers are leaving the roadblocks across the country, public radio BNR reports.

World » Southeast Europe | February 16, 2017, Thursday // 11:01 | Viewed: 1827

EP Calls on Albania to Recognize Bulgarian Minority

The European Parliament has called on Albania to make sure the rights of all minorities - and specifically ethnic Bulgarians - are safeguarded and legally enshrined.

World » Southeast Europe | February 16, 2017, Thursday // 10:45 | Viewed: 6801

Serbia's President Running for 2nd Term Despite PM Nomination

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic has decided to run for another term this spring, Serbian and international media report.

World » Southeast Europe | February 16, 2017, Thursday // 10:22 | Viewed: 1502

EP Ruling on Bulgarians in Albania Sparks Negative Reaction from Macedonian Media

A European Parliament document calling on Albania to recognize a Bulgarian minority and legally enshrine its rights has prompted a harsh response in Macedonian media.

World » Southeast Europe | February 16, 2017, Thursday // 09:49 | Viewed: 1862
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