Dusko Popov – legend of World War II and espionage world

Dusko Popov is a legend of World War II and espionage world, “Novosti” writes. The British claim that he is one of the ten greatest British spies. The same claim the Serbs. Thirty six books were written about him. Spy known under the codename Tricycle, who worked for the British secret service MI6, helped the king … Read more

Serbian actor Milorad Mandic Manda dies on scene during a play

BELGRADE – Famous Serbian actor Milorad Mandic Manda (born 3 May 1961) died today afternoon in the middle of the premiere of the children play “Peter Pan” in the theater “Vuk Karadzic”. “The play began normally and everything was fine the first 15 minutes, then Manda entered the scene as the Captain Hook and suddenly … Read more

Usnija Redzepova Dies At 70

BELGRADE – Folk music singer Usnija Redzepova died in Belgrade at age of 70 after a long battle with lung cancer. She will be remembered by many songs with southern rhythm. Usnija Redzepova was born in Skopje on February 4th 1946. She celebrated the music of southern Serbia with her authentic style, and she received … Read more

Serbian Patriarch Irinej Sends Easter Messages

BELGRADE – Serbian Patriarch Irinej Friday sent happy Easter wishes to the leaders of all Christian churches who celebrate “the most joyous Christian holiday” on the Western Christian date for Easter Sunday. According to a release from the Serbian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Irinej wished a happy Easter to Pope Francis, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, … Read more

Arnaud Gouillon Receives Serbian Citizenship

BELGRADE – French humanitarian Arnaud Gouillon has become a Serbian citizen on Monday, and Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic handed him the citizenship certificate, passport and ID card. Gouillon told the press on the occasion he is very touched with the ceremony and grateful to the Serbian government, particularly Minister Stefanovic, for having acknowledged his … Read more