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South East Europe harbours are seeking sustainable standard

This area, which includes the harbours of Apulia, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Montenegro, Croatia and Albania, met in Varna (Black Sea), Bulgaria's second biggest city and main port of the country with 10 million tons handled in 2013, at the second conference dedicated to the ''Ten Ecoport'' project.

Ukraine, EU Parliament ratifies Association Agreement

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The vote was held simultaneously in Strasbourg and in Kiev (where the parliament has ratified the agreement too) and was preceded by comments from the EP President Martin Schulz, and Ukraine's president Petro Poroshenko. ''Today is a historic day'', they both said.

Slovenia, unemployment in August down to 10.6%

In the first quarter of 2014, the average unemployment rate was 14.1%, and then it dropped to 13.1% in the second quarter of this year. This decline was recorded with regards both to men (from 13.5% to 12.1%) and to women (from 14.8% to 14.2%).

South Stream, Serbian section at starting line in October

The construction of the pipeline in Serbia will start regardless of the situation in Bulgaria, where the South Stream project has been suspended until its implementation will be harmonized with the EU legislation.

Austria leader in the EU in terms of km by train per person

Austria is now ranked number 1 for the first time with 1,425 km per capita in 2013, followed by France with 1,400 and Sweden with 1,235. Then come Denmark (1,215), Germany (1,085), the Netherlands (1,020), Great Britain (955), Belgium (925), Hungary (790), Italy (750), Luxembourg (745) and Finland (740).

Analysis

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Number of tourists exceeds country's population

Slovenia, unemployment in August down to 10.6%

In the first quarter of 2014 it was 14.1%

Gas, Bosnian Serbs signed agreement with Gazprom

Local intermediary company bypassed

South Stream, Serbian section at starting line in October

Pipeline building works will begin regardless of Bulgaria's stop

Croatia, Japanese Marubeni chosen for power-plant

On the Istrian coast. Investment of more than 800 mln euros

South East Europe harbours are seeking sustainable standard

Co-operation for common rules in Ten Ecoport

Austria leader in the EU in terms of km by train per person

France was overtaken, but Switzerland keeps the gold medal

Russia may restrict airspace if new sanctions imposed

Current ceasefire at risk after new bombings

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Re-act, for co-development and co-productions

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Government, 'time to destroy pyramid system in education'

Balkans countries try to cancel roaming charges as of 2015

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Study of toxic elements in urban areas between Rome and Novi Sad