India, Japan Plan To Build Undersea ‘Hydrophones’ Wall

India and Japan plan to install an underwater wall of microphones in the Indian Ocean to track movements of the Chinese submarines. Abhijit Singh, a former officer of the Indian Navy who heads New Delhi-based think-tank Maritime Security Initiative at Observer Research Foundation (ORF), has said that India and Japan are ready to take their … Read more

ICTY Exonerates Slobodan Milosevic for War Crimes

BELGRADE – The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague has determined that the late Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic was not responsible for war crimes committed during the 1992-95 Bosnian war. In a stunning ruling, the trial chamber that convicted former Bosnian-Serb president Radovan Karadzic of war crimes and sentenced him … 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

Brexit Backers Scare Britons With Balkan Intrusion

BELGRADE – The long-awaited referendum on whether Britain should leave or remain in the EU is set for June 23. The public polls show that many are still undecided and supporters of the Brexit have resorted to different means to draw a gloomy picture of future membership in the Union. The supporters of the exit … Read more

Esmark Steel Group interested in Zelezara Smederevo

BELGRADE – The steel company Zelezara Smederevo could get a strategic partner soon and revive its production, since the US based Esmark Steel Group is interested in a partnership, but the Serbian government will have the last say. Zelezara Smederevo financial director Bojan Bojkovic told Tanjug Esmark Steel Group was interested in a partnership and … Read more