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This will happen "given the request passes all the procedures," he said on Thursday. Nikoli told reporters in Brus, southern Serbia, that the request for pardon must pass procedures in the prison where Markovi is serving a sentence, the court which
Until Today opened at the Archives of Yugoslavia. (Tanjug) The exhibition illustrates 59 years of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Indonesia. The opening was also an opportunity to discuss future cooperation between the Archives of Yugoslavia
President of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia Sonja Biserko has confirmed that she will be Croatia's witness before the ICJ. (Blic, file) She will be a witness in Croatia's genocide lawsuit against Serbia before the Hague-based court.
But the sexy photos have stimulated a backlash among her superiors. Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 12:02 PM EuroPics Vanja Hadzovic posed for a racy photo shoot in Serbia's Blic newspaper. If sex appeal is power, then this Balkan beauty might have her
The organizer is the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, and the first in a series of events is be a French-Serbian trade show that will provide the Serbian public with an opportunity to learn more about French companies operating in the Serbian
18 November 2013 19 View comments A sexy politician has made waves in her homeland after revealing photos of her appeared in a tabloid paper. Vanja Hadzovic, 27, an adviser in the ministry of foreign affairs, is planning a life as a career diplomat.
Velimir Ili has said that "light should be shed on the hushed up affair" concerning the money extracted from Serbia and taken to Cyprus, during the 1990s. (Tanjug, file) More than three billion (former German) marks were deposited in accounts there,
The Serbian national tennis team did not manage to win the Davis Cup trophy, after losing to the Czech Republic 3-2 following a three-day fight in Belgrade. (Tanjug) Radek Stepanek clinched the winning point for the Czech team by defeating Dusan
Voters in the northern, Serbian part of Mitrovica town in Kosovo province, are casting their ballots once again to elect town officials on Sunday, as the election two weeks ago was interrupted by violent incidents. On Nov. 3, masked extremists
EU police secured polling stations in the flashpoint Kosovo town of Mitrovica on Sunday for a re-run election central to a Western-sponsored plan to end the country's ethnic partition. Masked men lobbing tear gas halted voting in Mitrovica two weeks