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Milos Teodosic will play for Serbia now and then he will rest for remainder of season
It is official now. Milos Teodosic will play for Serbia against Estonia and Israel trying to help his national team to qualify for the FIBA Basketball World Cup and then he will rest for the remainder of the season.
US Congressmen Press Serbia’s Vucic over Bytyqi Murders
US Congressmen urged Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to help bring to justice the murderers of the Albanian-American Bytyqi brothers, who were killed in 1999 after being detained by Serbian police.
Thousands in Serbia protest for 11th week against populists
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Russian aggression and returning ISIS fighters remain Kosovo's top challenges, prime minister says
As Kosovo pursues NATO and EU membership and a peace deal with neighbor Serbia, its top challenges stem from Russian aggression and the return of Islamic State fighters, its Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj told CNBC.
Satoshi Ishii triumphs in Serbia
Satoshi Ishii has a busy couple of weeks coming up. On March 2nd he challenges for the heavyweight title at Heat 44 and he warmed up for that with a quickfire win in Serbia this weekend.
Serbia Opposition Offers Protest Movement ‘Agreement With People’
As protesters keep up the momentum against the Serbian government, an alliance of opposition parties has offered them an ‘Agreement with the People’, designed to hammer out a common agenda.
The Latest: Serbia, Kosovo trade barbs over strained ties
MUNICH (AP) — The Latest on the international security conference taking place in Munich (all times local):. The presidents of Serbia and Kosovo have traded barbs at an international security conference over the responsibility for a stalemate in efforts to improve their ties.
Bane (Serbia) & Uhtcearu announce North American co-headline tour
05.26 – The Bug Jar – Rochester, NY. All newly confirmed dates are below. Additionally, Bane have other U.S. shows planned for the spring prior to their co-headliner, including a show at Buffalo’s Mohawk Place (w/ Vile Tyrant, Debrained) on April 4, and Brooklyn’s The Kingsland (w/ Horna, Sanguine E
Kosovo Marks Independence Day With Army Parade
As the Kosovo capital hosted people from all over the country to celebrate the eleventh anniversary of independence, the Kosovo Security Force staged a march for the first time since its transformation into a regular army began.
On the Putin Assassination Attempt in Serbia January 2019
The stories below that cover the January attempt on Putin are lies. We know that 7 Russian generals are under investigation. As has so long been the case, Putin watchers, as with Russia watchers during the long past Soviet era, live on scant real information and make up most of what is reported.
After 25 years, can Serbian cinema finally help a nation learn the lessons of war?
For almost 25 years, the Yugoslav wars have been the dominant theme in Serbian cinema. Emir Kusturica’s Palme d’Or-winning, anti-Tito parable Underground sparked the trend in 1995, and it has continued to the present day, with Ognjen Glavonić’s quietly powerful The Load, which debuted at Cannes last
Crown Prince Alexander highlights the importance of Serbian unity
Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia has highlighted the importance of Serbian unity in a statement released on Wednesday, to mark the forthcoming Statehood Day of Serbia. Serbian Statehood Day takes place this Friday. It is a holiday that occurs every February 15 in Serbia to commemorate the outbreak o
Berlin: Hikari's '37 Seconds' Wins Panorama Audience Award
The story of the sexual and creative awakening of a wheelchair-bound woman with cerebral palsy won over ordinary film fans in Berlin. 37 Seconds, an honest and unflinching look at disability from first-time Japanese director Hikari, has won the audience award for best movie in the Berlin film festiv
Serbia National Day
On behalf of the United States government and the American people, I am pleased to extend our congratulations to the people of Serbia as you celebrate your national day. The United States remains committed to supporting Serbia’s goal of further Western integration. Normalizing relations with Kosovo,
Kosovo's Thaci Sees Good Momentum For Serbia Deal Despite Disputes
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci says he sees 'good momentum' in efforts to reach a deal this year to normalize relations with neighbor and rival Serbia despite their differences, according to an interview published on February 14 by the Associated Press.
CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-Serbia's Erste bank raises 3.5 billion dinars via 2-yr bond sale
BELGRADE, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Erste Group’s division in Serbia has raised 3.5 billion dinars ($33.68 million) via the sale of 350,000 two-year bonds, the bank said on Monday. The bonds have a variable yield of the three-month Belgrade Interbank Offered Rate, which currently stands at 3.02 percent, pl
Teodosic named in Serbia squad for European Qualifiers
Milos Teodosic is poised to make his first appearance for Serbia since the 2016 Olympics, when he led his country to a silver medal. The veteran point guard has been named in a 19-man squad for his country's upcoming European Qualifiers at Estonia on February 21 and then at home against Israel on Fe
Serbia's Erste bank raises 3.87 billion dinars via 2-yr bond sale
BELGRADE, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Erste Group’s division in Serbia has raised 3.87 billion dinars ($38.20 million) via the sale of 350,000 two-year bonds, the bank said on Monday.
Billy Joe Saunders to face Shefat Isufi in WBO super-middleweight title bout
Britain's Billy Joe Saunders will step up to super-middleweight to challenge for the vacant WBO belt against Serbia's Shefat Isufi at Wembley. Saunders, 29, will become a two-weight world champion should he beat the WBO's number one-ranked Isufi on 13 April.
AP interview: Kosovo president hopes for deal with Serbia
PRISTINA, Kosovo — The president of Kosovo said Thursday he thinks there is “good momentum” to reach an agreement this year to normalize ties with Serbia. Kosovo commemorates its 2008 declaration of independence on Feb. 17 each year. It is recognized as its own country by 116 nations, but not by the