Belgrade NATO Week panel: Serbia too important to remain neutral

Serbia is too important a factor in the Balkans to be conducting a neutral foreign policy, says President of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro...

ICTY bars doctors from visiting general Mladic

The International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (ICTY) prohibited doctors from visiting former Bosnian Serb military commander, General Ratko Mladic, citing health concerns as...

Four accused of torching US embassy receive suspended sentences

The Belgrade Higher Court has handed down suspended sentences of five and six months to four indictees charged with setting fire to the US...

Kosovo at Risk of Attacks by Returning ISIS – report

Kosovo's government considers the possibility of attacks by Islamic State fighters returning from Iraq and Syria one of the main threats to national security,...

Belgrade park to be named after Russian Army Ensemble

The park next to the monument to Tsar Nikolai II Romanov in Belgrade will on Friday be named after the Russian Army's Aleksandrov (Alexandrov)...

Measles epidemic declared in Belgrade

The City Public Health Institute of Serbia has reported an epidemic of measles in the city of Belgrade.This came after tests confirmed the presence...

Health status of General Ratko Mladic is dramatic

Health status of General Ratko Mladic is dramatic, but based on his medical documentation submitted to Belgrade one cannot conclude how many strokes he...

General Lazarevic starts lecturing at Military Academy

Retired Yugoslav Army (VS) General Vladimir Lazarevic is on Thursday holding his first lecture at the Military Academy in Belgrade.Lazarevic is a former commander...

Patriarch Irinej: Serb women are obligated to give birth

In this country, it is women - not religious dignitaries - who decide on whether to have children.This is according to the chair of...

Director of Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade arrested

The police, in cooperation with the Organized Crime Prosecution, on Wednesday arrested the director of the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade, Mirjana Menkovic.The Interior Ministry...

Measles epidemic in Kosovo; new case in central Serbia

A patient from Kosovska Mitrovica in northern Kosovo, who was visiting Kragujevac, central Serbia, has developed the symptoms of measles, it has been confirmed.The...

Serbia: Campaign to introduce life sentence for killers of children

A petition is being launched in about 40 towns to introduce life sentence for those found guilty of raping and murdering children, minors, and...

Voters Going To Polls In Kosovo To Select Mayors

Voters in Kosovo are heading to the polls on October 22 in an election to choose mayors and councilors in 38 municipalities.Some 1.89 million...

Belgrade Liberation Day celebrated

The presentation of a part of Serbian Army's operative capabilities took place on Friday at the military airport Batajnica, near the Serbian capital.The event,...

ICTY to announce ruling in Ratko Mladic trial on November 22

The first instance ruling in the trial of Serb Republic Army (VRS) General Ratko Mladic will be announced on November 22, the Hague Tribunal...

Uranium from NATO bombs kills Albanians too but they are silent about it

NATO aircrafts, during 78 days of bombing with uranium ammunition, poisoned large part of the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, so even today, with...

Unable to move on from Serbia, refugees returning to Greece

An increasing number of refugees and migrants now in Serbia are trying to return to Greece, Info Park reports.Tired of waiting to see any...

Children smuggled from Kosovo to Albania sold to highest bidder?

It looks like the ghoulish practice of abducting children and smuggling them across the Albanian-Kosovo border for subsequent use as organ donors has never...

“Savamala case archived”

Ombudsman Zoran Pasalic says the case of demolition of several buildings in Savamala is in the hands of the police, the prosecution and the...

Judge who freed Naser Oric was sending Sarajevo Serbs to camps – report

Judge Saban Maksumic, head of a court chamber in that this week freed Naser Oric, is a former military judge, the daily Vecernje Novosti...

Balkan citizens doubt they will ever join EU – survey

Citizens of the Balkan region are highly sceptical that their countries will be joining the EU anytime soon, despite shows of support for European...

Serbia: 1.1 tons of narcotics destroyed in power plant

1,160 kilograms of narcotics and other psychoactive substances have been burned in the Nikola Tesla power plant in Belgrade's municipality of Obrenovac.The drugs had...

EFJ: Attacks against journalists in Serbia must stop

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)’s Steering Committee on October 9 discussed how to best support its affiliates in Serbia.This came "following the recent...

Gulyevich: We won’t be persuading anyone RSHC is not military base

The new Russian director of the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center says he has no intention of persuading anyone that the facility is not a military...

Ex Albanian leader: Children kidnapped, smuggled between Albania and Kosovo for organ trade

Albania's former PM and president Sali Berisha says he learned from a policeman that children are being smuggled across the border with Kosovo and...

Two thirds of Serbians want death penalty reintroduced

Deputy Ombudsman Milos Jankovic says the fact that the number of Serbians who are in favor of reintroducing the death penalty is on the...

General Lazarevic: NATO threw 8 “Hiroshima” on Serbia, turned war crime into genocide

In 1999 NATO led against Serbian people and state nuclear and chemical war of low intensity. For those 78 days, NATO has thrown on...

Belgrade: Protesters Demand Fair Elections Ahead Of Vote

Several hundred protesters gathered in Serbia's capital, Belgrade, to demand free and fair elections ahead of local polls scheduled next year.The protest on October...

Kosovo and Catalonia are no different – expert

Tibor Varadi thinks the stance that Kosovo and Catalonia are not comparable because Spain is an EU member does not have a foothold in...

Separatism virus in Europe: Yugoslavia, Crimea, Catalonia, …

The Catalan government has announced 90.9 percent of citizens who voted in Sunday's referendum on independence circled the option "yes."The referendum, which is not...

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