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Hungary to pay fine to small churches

As reported by Daily News Hungary, prior to the new legislation these churches received financial support from the State, but were now requested to register as 'incorporated churches' in order to be able to ask for State funding

Montenegro, all citizens organ donors unless they renounce

Parliament voted the new law on organ transplantation according to which all deceased citizens will be considered donors unless they signed a document stating that they were unwilling to donate

Poland-Estonia, highest number of female graduates in the EU

The Eu's statistical office issued some figures dating back to 2014. 58% of the 5 million EU graduates are women, but in fields such as engineering, mathematics and computer science, men have achieved the highest number of qualifications

Ukraine: EU summit, find a solution for FTA

European leaders want to find a legally binding solution to proceed with the ratification of the free trade agreement (FTA)

Lithuania, foreign companies to pay double average pay

The aim is to contrast the practice of opening false companies with the sole aim of obtaining the work permit in Lithuania and then moving to other EU countries

Analysis

Treaty on Poland-Germany friendship, 25th anniversary

Meeting on the future of EU integration at Italian embassy

Serbia, social realism of Belgrade as seen by Mirko Nahmijas

A view on brutalist architecture of Tito's Yugoslavia

Books: sinkholes, Istria, and war told by Indian writer

Laila Wadia engaged in a difficult but exciting story

Poland, premier: GB to respect rights of Polish immigrants

Szydlo on effects of Brexit after EU27 meeting

Ukraine: EU summit, find a solution for FTA

Rutte: we will take into account 'concerns' of the Netherlands

Poland-Estonia, highest number of female graduates in the EU

66%, EU average: 58%. Data from Eurostat 2014

Hungary, Ibm expands service centre in Székesfehervár

Eu 10 mln investment, 410 new jobs

Romania, Ikea starts exploiting its forests

33,600 hectares acquired from Harvard in July 2015

Ukraine: EU summit, find a solution for FTA

Rutte: we will take into account 'concerns' of the Netherlands

Energy: Romania-Bulgaria gas pipeline by end of year

Announced by Romanian energy ministry

Bulgaria: minister, nuclear energy of strategic importance

Kozloduy central produces 34% of country's energy output

Bulgaria to get a third of gas supplies from Greece

Thanks to modernisation of Petrich station

Estonia: Eu funds for study for Tallin-Helsinki tunnel

Eur 1 mln to evaluate undermatine rail connection with Finland

Latvia, port cargo transport down by 14%

In Jan-May 15 million tonnes through Riga port

Serbia-Montenegro: reconstruction of Belgrade-Bar railway

First phase of works to start in July

Montenegro, all citizens organ donors unless they renounce

Parliament votes new law with 43 in favour, 4 against

Hungary to pay fine to small churches

Strasbourg court sentence for breaching religious rights

Romania, 10% of GDP from IT sector over next years

Anis, '3% from the software market and services'

Serbia lacking 15,000 IT experts

Eur 670 mln exports in the sector in 2015