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Austria: scented toilets on board local trains

The first train with a modernized and scented toilet has already become operational yesterday on a railway line in the eastern part of the country, reported a press release issued by the Austrian railways. Another 11 trains will be ready by the end of the year

Dacic, Serbia committed to EU and agreement with Pristina

Serbia ''is committed to following its path towards European integration and to implementing what has been agreed with Pristina''. This is what Serbia's deputy premier Ivica Dacic said during a meeting in Brussels with the EU foreign affairs chief, Catherine Ashton, whose term is about to come to an end

Romania and Bulgaria planning 2 bridges across the Danube

The announcement was made by Corneliu Calota, spokesman for the executive in Bucharest. As a press release issued by Romania's government pointed out, these projects could put in place links between the two river banks, between Calarasi and Silistra and between Nikopol and Turnu Magurele

Slovakia, drinking water export ban in the Constitution

Slovakia's Parliament approved by a large majority, 102 votes in favour, an amendment to the Constitution, which is strongly supported by the government, which bans export to foreign countries of drinking water through aqueducts, pipes or other means of transport such as tankers

Germany, machinery production +1% in 2014 and +2% in 2015

InĀ  August, for the first time since 1993, over 1 million workers were recorded in the sector, 18,000 more than in the same month last year

Analysis

Poland in EU since 2004: economic boom, stronger influence

Gdp doubled despite the crisis, 2 million new jobs

Kosovo full of contradictions, but ready to the future

Former Eulex President, risk of Islamist drift must be avoided

Ship fired first shots of WWI, now abandoned on the Danube

"Bodrog" beached on the shore in the outskirts of Belgrade

Russia threatens banning meat imports from Montenegro

To block re-export of banned products from EU

Slovenia to receive Eur 248 mln from EC

Funds unblocked as Ljubljana introduces required changes

Dacic, Serbia committed to EU and agreement with Pristina

Meeting with Ashton, ending EU Foreign Affairs chief's term

Russia threatens banning meat imports from Montenegro

To block re-export of banned products from EU

EIB issues Eur 100 mln loan to Hungary for SMEs

For small, medium investments and infrastructure projects

Germany, machinery production +1% in 2014 and +2% in 2015

Sales,record levels.Number of employees never so high since 1993

EBRD to support Kosovo energy development with Eur 30mln

For improving electricity network reliability

Wind farms to bring Romania Eur 4.5 billion over 20 years

Environment minister: "10.000 new highly qualified jobs"

Italy's Edison to enter bidding for hydrocarbons in Greece

Interest for 20 blocks in the Ionian Sea and south of Crete

Austria: scented toilets on board local trains

New OeBB project to make local transport more comfortable

Romania and Bulgaria planning 2 bridges across the Danube

Bucharest gave the green light to feasibility study

From December no trains to Moscow from Sofia and Budapest

Decision mainly due to drop in passenger traffic

US's TVN1 lands in the Balkans

CNN's partner, headquarters in Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade

Serbia-Albania soccer incident 'premeditated', Vucic says

Serbian Prime Minister:'EU officials warned hours before match'

'CEI Praise' to promote R&I in Central Eastern Europe

Ministerial meeting with participants from 18 countries conclude