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Slovenia: NKBM bank sold to US fund Apollo and EBRD

Slovenia's second-largest bank, Nova kreditna banka Maribor (NKBM), 100% state-owned, was sold to US buyout fund Apollo and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for 250 million euros.

Serbia: survey, 50% pro-EU membership, 37% against

Explaining to journalists the results of the survey, CESID director Djordje Vukovic pointed out that the number of Serbs opposed to the European Union is growing

High speed train, no EU funding for Koper-Divaca line

The project for a second section of the railway line between Koper and Divaca, a leading infrastructure plan in Slovenia, has suffered a setback.

Gavrilo Princip statue unveiled in Serbia

A statue of Gavrilo Princip, the man who sparked WW1, by assassinating in Sarajevo the heir to the Habsburg throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia, was solemnly inaugurated Sunday in Belgrade in the presence of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic.

Kosovo: Serbia turns to UN for setting up tribunal for KLA

Serbia has asked the UN to take the initiative for forming an international special tribunal to judge the crimes committed at the end of the 1990s by the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA).


Will Greece leave the euro? A look at its options

Technically 'Grexit' not possible

Hungary, Orban's anti-immigrant battle continues

Billboard war between Budapest and the UN, 'barrier' with Serbia

Juncker, stop contacts with Athens until referendum

No Commissioners will give statements on the topic

Czech Republic, immigration more dangerous than Cold War

Prague in favour of refugee camps in Africa and Middle East

Slovenia: NKBM bank sold to US fund Apollo and EBRD

In its budget still about one-fifth of bad loans

Eurozone: unemployment stable in May, the highest in Greece

11,1%, the lowest since March 2012, 9.6% is the rate in the EU28

Eurozone economy holds up despite Greek debt crisis: survey

Anything above 50 indicates expansion

Gas: Serbia invited to participate in AGRI project

Gas pipeline to transport gas from Azerbaijan to Europe

Greece-Russia, agreement on Turkish Stream gas pipeline

Across Greek territory, from Russia a loan for 100% of cost

Greenpeace action in Zagreb against drilling in Adriatic

Banners against oil and in favour of solar energy

High speed train, no EU funding for Koper-Divaca line

Slovenia government didn't manage to find a private partner

Hungary offers to Slovenia partnership for Koper-Divaca

On the table investments in the railway network

Czech football great Josef Masopust dies at 84

Il centrocampista ceco sfidò il Brasile a Cile 1962

Albania, in Rome 'Alb@art' two events to promote artists

Organized by Tirana's embassy in Rome

Expo, champion Tina Maze for Slovenia's National Day

Skier visited the pavilions with Premier Cerar

Serbia, Cuban anti-cancer 'vaccine' will arrive this autumn

It does not prevent disease, but may help ill people