Tue, May 21 2013
A poster on Syntagma square calling people to congregate on Pedion tou Areos park at 11am where the protests will begin.
Euro Group clarifies the technical methods for helping Greece if necessary.
UK reports say that Athens will be given a bailout. Recent days have seen Greek PM Papandreou insist that Greece is not asking for money.
The city's five transport companies could cease working because they have received no subsidies or financial support for two months
The epicentre was triangulated at about 180 kilometres south of Athens, in the sea, southeast of the Peloponnese
After meeting with the Greek prime minister, US secretary of state Hillary Clinton praised Papandreou for his efforts to improve his nation's economy.
Athens insists that it wants support to be able to borrow at favourable conditions, and is not seeking a bailout from the European Union.
In Bulgaria, the central bank and Greek banks say that there is no draining of Bulgarian banks by parent companies.
Under pressure from the European Union, the government has approved a new package of tax increases and spending cuts to save about 4.8bn euro and decrease the budget deficit from the current 12.7 per cent to 8.4 per cent by the end of 2010
Governments in Prague and Bucharest could soon join Sofia in instituting temporary moratoriums on shale gas exploration.
Coalition around ruling Democratic Party has largest share of vote in Serbia's parliamentary election, according to exit polls.
Centre-right New Democracy is said by exit polls to have largest share of votes, but diminished even from its 2009 defeat, while socialists Pasok – the 2009 victors – gets somewhere around 14 to 17 per cent.
An agreement reached with the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will allow voters with dual citizenship in Kosovo to vote in the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections in Serbia.
Twenty radical Muslims suspected of being members of a terrorist group that has been linked to the murder of five fishermen in early April.