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

Serbia: Police arrest 17 in operation against financial crime

BELGRADE, NOVI SAD – The Serbian police have continued their operation against financial crime, which is coordinated with the Office of the Prosecutor for Organised Crime, and arrested 17 people in Novi Sad, the province of Vojvodina, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. According to the statement, the arrested are suspected of criminal enterprise, abuse … Read more

A goat gives birth to a kid with eight legs

A baby goat with eight legs, which still has no name, has two fully healthy sisters. Veterinarians say that this probably a case of an undeveloped twin. “I counted his legs and I thought I was seeing things. Then I called my neighbor to make sure that I am not crazy,” said Zoran Paparic from Kutjevo, whom … Read more

The Bridge of Love in Vrnjacka Banja

VRNJACKA BANJA – The Bridge of Love in Vrnjacka Banja, one of the 32 bridges, on two small rivers in Serbia’s biggest spa, has recently become famous as the New York Times mentioned it as the bridge on which sweethearts first started locking padlocks to the railings as a pledge of undying love, long before … Read more

Ukrainian MP Threatens Russia With Nuclear Weapons

The ultra-right “Svoboda” (Liberty) party representative in the Ukrainian parliament warns that if Russia doesn’t tread carefully it will be dealing with nuclear power. “We’ll regain our status as nuclear power and that’ll change the conversation. Ukraine has all the technological means needed to create a nuclear arsenal – which would take us about three … Read more