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Romanian ex-ministers jailed for espionage, organized crime

Two Romanian former ministers have been jailed for commercial espionage and treason in the sale of strategic state companies

Resumption of Tirana-Belgrade relations starts from Rome

The first two countries are looking for a strengthening of economic and trade relations, trying to get past the recent incidents and the long-lasting tensions. After yesterday's trilateral meeting among foreign affairs ministers, the two countries overlooking the Adriatic Sea seem much closer to each other

Unicredit to strengthen its position in Central Europe

Central Europe, as the region with the most dynamic economies in the continent, guarantees one third of Unicredit Group's overall revenue. "We want to further reinforce our leadership position", said the regional manager of the Italian banking group, Gianni Franco Papa.

President of Kosovo, KFOR essential for regional security

"The presence of NATO and KFOR in Kosovo is really necessary . I would say it is essential , especially at a time like this, when no state is safe from global threats". This is what the president of the Republic of Kosovo , Mrs. Atifete Jahjaga , said in recent days in Rome where she met with the chairmen of the House and Senate

Floods have cost Bosnia 15% of GDP, World Bank report shows

The May 2014 floods have cost Bosnia and Herzegovina around 15% of GDP, while the damage and lost outputs amount to 4.7% of GDP in Serbia, according to the World Bank's South East Europe Regular Economic Report. Devastating flooding brought the economy of South East Europe to a standstill in 2014, with growth of only 0.2%


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Kosovo police use tear gas to clear anti-gov't protesters

Thousands on street demand dismissal of Serb minister Jablanovic

Romanian ex-ministers jailed for espionage, organized crime

Final ruling related to sale of Petrom, Romtelecom in 2005-6

Tsipras's new Greek cabinet announced

Right-wing ally gets defense ministry

Azerbaijan, post-oil&gas era future seems to lie in building

Azpromo, construction and infrastructure among expanding sector

Socar: Tap, no about-turn. Red Line crossed

Vice President, we aim to expand into Central & Eastern Europe

Croatia awards Adriatic areas to find gas and oil

Austrian OMV gets most of tender, Italy's Eni has one spot

China's PM Li Keqiang inaugurates bridge on Serbian Danube

With Serbian premier Vucic. Realized with chinese funds

Agreement on high-speed rail link Belgrade-Budapest

On the sidelines of China-Central & Eastern Europe summit

Three €2.5 billion bids for Croatia's motorways

Goldman Sachs, Macquarie and Strabag compete for concession

Eastern Ukraine, 13 killed in shelling of city bus

Ukrainian forces almost defeated at Donetsk airport

Albania,cocaine network dismantled,Hoxha's grandson arrested

Routes to Germany. Dictator's heir captured with 2 Colombians

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

Ministerial meeting with participants from 18 countries conclude