One of Islamic State leaders Lavdrim Muhaxheri trained in US base Bondsteel

BELGRADE – Kosovo separated itself as a territory where different interests and paths intertwined. However, the biggest issue for Europe is that Kosovo has become a testing ground for recruiting jihadists, says the report of Russian journalist Anton Lyadov, shown on TV channel “Vesti RU”. Migrants The route by which most of the refugees reach … Read more

Depleted uranium used by NATO during bombing of Serbia takes its toll

BELGRADE – The use of depleted uranium during the NATO bombing of Serbia has caused long-term damage to Serbia and the Serbian people. Because every year we have an increase in the number of cancer cases by 25 percent over the previous year. Figures in the case of patients in Kosovska Mitrovica support this fact, … Read more

Goalkeeping legend Ilija Pantelic dies

NOVI SAD – Legendary goalkeeper of FC Vojvodina and Yugoslavia national team Ilija Pantelic has died late on Monday in Novi Sad at the age of 72, FC Vojvodina released on its website. Pantelic started his career with the Bela Crkva FC BAK, before joining Radnicki Sombor, and then Vojvodina, which he helped win the … Read more

India Maintains ‘World’s Largest Arms Importer’ Status

India has once again emerged as the world’s largest importer of weapons and military equipment, accounting for around 14% of the total international imports. The South Asian powerhouse is followed by Saudi Arabia (7%) and neighbouring China, as the Asian giant occupies the third position in the global arms import list with 4.7% of global … Read more

Today Is St. John The Baptist

BELGRADE – Serbian Orthodox Church and its believers celebrate today Saint John the Baptist (“Jovandan”), holiday dedicated to the saint and prophet who baptized Jesus Christ in the Jordan River. Feast of St. John the Baptist, celebrated by the Serbian Orthodox Church, is dedicated to Jesus’ cousin, known as John the Baptist. John is called … Read more

Stojanovic: Albanians Urinated In Orthodox Church In Pristina

BELGRADE – Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Branimir Stojanovic strongly condemned the desecration of the Temple of Christ the Savior in Pristina, which, as he said, was committed by a group of demonstrators during yesterday’ protest, RTS reports. Branimir Stojanovic believes that such behavior is shameful and uncivilized, but that shameful is also the fact that, … Read more

Celebrated Serbian Former Volleyball Player Dejan Brdjovic Dies

BELGRADE – Serbia’s celebrated former volleyball player Dejan Brdjovic died suddenly late Monday aged 49, Vecernje novosti reported. Brdjovic was born on February 21, 1966 in Kraljevo, central Serbia. He captained the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia team, earning 300 caps for the national team and winning the bronze medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. His … Read more