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New negotiating chapters opened by Montenegro and Serbia
BRUSSELS – Delegations of Montenegro and Serbia have opened new negotiating chapters at their twelfth and ninth Accession Conference in Brussels, respectively. Montenegro has opened Chapter 27 – Environment and Climate Change, while Serbia has opened Chapter 17 – Economic and monetary policy and Cha
Madam Secretary: Serbia and Albania Ends Ottoman-Era Feud.
Throughout the course of human history, it’s a wide-known fact that Serbia and Albania never got along with one another. It has been that way since the Ottoman Empire, which is over 719 years ago. That’s longer than any Hollywood celebrity feud I’ve ever seen. In this week’s episode of Madam Secreta
How Long Will Kosovo’s New 100% Tariffs on Bosnia and Serbia Survive?
On 21st November, Kosovo imposed a 100% tariff on all goods produced in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, increasing the 10% tariffs that were imposed on 6th November. The tariffs contradict the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) of which all three territories are signatories. Kosovo has
Serbia wants baby boom, but couples seem not in the mood
Belgrade (AFP) - "Give birth, don't delay!", says a rousing call by the Serbian state to young couples. "Let babies' cries be heard!" is another of the baby-making slogans Serbia is busy producing --- while it struggles to increase actual births.
Serbia court sentences drug lord to 15 years in prison
BELGRADE, Serbia — A Serbian court on Monday sentenced a Balkan drug lord to 15 years in prison for smuggling 5.7 tons of cocaine from South America to Europe. The Organized Crime court ruled that Darko Saric was guilty of leading a criminal organization that smuggled cocaine from Colombia, Argentin
Thousands protest in Serbia over attack on opposition politician
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Thousands of people rallied peacefully in downtown Belgrade on Saturday to protest over an attack on an opposition politician and demand policy changes by President Aleksandar Vucic and his ruling Serbian Progressive party.
Serbia Court Sentences Crime Boss Darko Saric To 15 Years In Prison
A Serbian court has sentenced cocaine smuggler and crime boss Darko Saric to 15 years in prison. A court in Belgrade ruled on December 10 that Darko Saric was guilty of leading a criminal organization that smuggled almost six tons of cocaine from South America to Europe in 2008 and 2009.
ISAC Conference on CFSP and Accession Process of Serbia held in Belgrade
BELGRADE – The third expert conference on EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy and Accession Process of Serbia, organised by the International and Security Affairs Centre (ISAC) was held in Belgrade yesterday.
Leopards Coach Nikola Kavazovic Reiterates He Is In Serbia With Family
AFC Leopards coach Nikola Kavazovic has cleared the air further, tweeting a photo confirming that he’s home in Belgrade – Serbia with family. Grapevine has been rife that the gaffer, who left the country over the weekend, is negotiating for a possible move to South Africa’s Free States Stars after r
For Your Consideration: Serbia’s Award-Winning Language Feature ‘Offenders’ Screens In Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, CA – 12-06-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — While 2018 may be coming to an end, award season in the entertainment industry will quickly be upon us and every year, the Oscars are met with huge anticipation and excitement. Kevin Hart has already been slated to host the 91st Academy Awards bein
Kosovo’s imminent decision to create army pushes relations with Belgrade to the brink
Pristina wants to turn the Kosovo Security Force (pictured) into a regular army, but until recently has been persuaded to hold off by its international partners. Nato secretary general Jens Stoltenberg held phone conversations with political leaders in Serbia and Kosovo on December 6, days before MP
NATO chief speaks to Serbia and Kosovo leaders amid tensions
In this photo taken on Sept. 9, 2018, soldiers of NATO-led peacekeeping force KFOR take a break by the side of the road in the village of Kosterc, Kosovo. Serbia's prime minister warned on Wednesday that the formation of a Kosovo army could trigger Serbia's armed intervention in the former province
Antenna Group sells Serbia and Montenegro channels
International broadcast company Antenna Group has agreed to sell its media operations in Serbia and Montenegro to Serbian media entrepreneur Srdjan Milovanovic for €180 million.
Serbia to open two new chapters in EU accession negotiations
Delegates of European Union member states at a meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) have formally confirmed that Serbia will open two new chapters in its EU accession talks.
Serbia self-drive birding tour planning
This October, a previously unknown name shined in the eBird alerts in Serbia: Raphael Nussbaumer. He made a whirlwind tour of some of the best birding areas in the country, from the Karajukica Bunari peat bog in the extreme southwest (by the border with Montenegro) all the way to the Slano Kopovo Cr
Chinese foamer Healthcare Co. to raise capital and expand in the U.S., Serbia
NANTONG, Jiangsu—Chinese polyurethane mattress and pillow maker Healthcare Co. Ltd. announced in November it will raise up to about $116 million through a private share placement.
FISU World University Sambo Championships set to take place in Serbia
Novi Sad in Serbia will host the second International University Sports Federation (FISU) World University Sambo Championships this weekend. The city has just finished hosting the World Cadet Sambo Championships, which took place from Tuesday (December 4) to yesterday.
From Serbia to Glassboro: How Marco Pantovic found his place with Rowan basketball
The sport of basketball has strong international roots. In the NBA, much is made about international phenoms entering the draft, shrouded in mystery to the average American basketball fanatic.
Serbia’s spreading fake news, tells air operators Pristina International Airport is closed
“In addition to blockade of Serbia’s airspace for flights with the final destination Pristina International Airport – Adem Jashari, Serbian authorities continue spreading fake news aimed at confusing civil air operators. Since the end of the war in Kosovo in 1999, authorities of Civil Aviation in Se
EU targets corruption in eastern Europe
New resolutions targeting the rule of law and the free press in eastern Europe have been adopted in the EU parliament. For Serbia, the EU is calling for improvements on general corruption and particularly reforms to public administration to improve neutrality. Furthermore, there are calls for closer