SPC awards Dodik, Kusturica with order of St King Milutin

The Holy Synod of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) has awarded President of the Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik and director Emir Kusturica with the Order of the St King Milutin.  Patriarch Irinej said that the Order was awarded to Dodik and Kusturica at the proposal of Bishop of Zahumlje-Herzegovina and Coast, Grigorije. According to him, … Read more

Dobrica Cosic buried in Belgrade

In the family tomb at Novo Groblje (New Cemetery) in Belgrade, a writer, academic and politician, Dobrica Cosic, was buried. Dobrica Cosic died in his home in Belgrade on May 18, at age of 93. Funeral service was served by Irinej, Bishop of Backa. The service was attended by more than 1,000 citizens. The funeral … Read more

Janko Tipsarevic: Operation went well

BELGRADE – Serbian tennis player Janko Tipsarevic said on Thursday his operation had been successful and that he could not wait to get back on the court. It was a complicated operation, but everything went well, he posted on Instagram, adding that he was happy that he had gone through with it and could not … Read more

Israel delivers aid to Serbia

Israel today began delivering aid to Serbia after the unprecedented natural disaster hit the country. To the people affected by the floods, through the Embassy of Israel in Belgrade, will be delivered emergency assistance in the form of medicines, blankets, raincoats, rubber boats, and food. The State of Israel expresses its full solidarity and sympathy … Read more

Odessa Slaughter

Dozens of people died in flames in Odessa, when radicals set ablaze the local House of Trade Unions with anti-government protesters blocked inside. The city is now in mourning for those who died, suffocated in smoke or had to jump out of windows. What triggered the tragedy were violent clashes, which erupted on Friday afternoon … Read more