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Top Kosovo ex-fighters face organ trafficking, war crimes indictment

Pristina - Several leaders of Kosovo's 1990s guerrilla army, some of them now senior officials, face possible indictment for crimes against humanity including murder and organ trafficking, an EU probe found Tuesday.
In the Media by Claire Rosemberg (AFP)

Op-Ed: Dutch shamed by failure to prevent Serbian Muslim massacre

The Hague - The Dutch government has been held liable for the worst massacre on European soil since World War 2, the Serbian slaughter of Bosnian Muslims.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Debt-laden Serbia braces for painful reforms

Belgrade - With one in five people unemployed and pensioners outnumbering those in work, Serbia is struggling with a record budget deficit and could sink into bankruptcy.
In the Media by Katarina Subasic (AFP)

Angry Kosovo Serbs call Serbian president 'traitor'

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was booed during a visit to Kosovo on Saturday by ethnic Serbs who accused his government of betrayal for agreeing to normalise relations with the breakaway state.
In the Media by AFP

EU hopeful Serbia in quandary over Ukraine

Belgrade - The Ukraine crisis has strengthened some alliances and severed others. But things are not so clear for Serbia, which finds itself in a tug-of-war between the European Union and its historical ally Russia.
In the Media by Calin Neacsu, Jovan Matic (AFP)

Waters recede in Serbia to reveal a ghost town

Obrenovac - The roar of an armoured vehicle ploughing through muddy water was the only sound on the deserted streets of Obrenovac, a Serbian town hit by some of the worst flooding of the past week.
In the Media by Katarina Subasic (AFP)

Balkans flooding death toll rises to 44

Belgrade - More bodies were recovered from the Serbian town of Obrenovac Sunday as unprecedented floods swept the region, bringing the overall death toll across the Balkans to 44.
In the Media by AFP

At least 30 dead in massive flooding in Bosnia, Serbia

Belgrade - The heaviest rains in mor than a century have sparked floods across Bosnia and Serbia, claiming at least 30 lives and leading to the evacuation so far of more than 16,000 from flooded villages, officials said.
In the Media by Aleksandra Niksic (AFP)

Four dead as 'catastrophic' floods hit Bosnia and Serbia

Sarajevo - Four people in Bosnia have died in flooding from the heaviest rainfall to hit the Balkans in over a century, officials said Friday, in what Serbia's premier has called a "horrible natural catastrophe".
In the Media by Rusmir Smajilhodzic (AFP)

Three dead as 'catastrophic' floods hit Bosnia and Serbia

Sarajevo - Flooding from the heaviest rainfall in over a century in the Balkans claimed three lives in Bosnia, officials said Friday, in what Serbia's premier called a "horrible natural catastrophe".
In the Media by Rusmir Smajilhodzic (AFP)

Floods kill three in 'worst natural catastrophe' to hit Serbia

Belgrade - Three people have drowned in Serbia and more than 3,000 evacuated following flooding caused by torrential rain that prompted authorities to declare a state of emergency, officials said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Serbian leader seeks to rebuild ties with Bosnia

Sarajevo - The new prime minister of Serbia travelled to Bosnia on Tuesday, pledging to respect borders and rebuild ties that remain tense nearly two decades after the devastating conflict that tore the region apart.
In the Media by AFP

New Serbia cabinet to press EU bid, tackle economic woes

Belgrade - Serbia's new centre-right coalition government led by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was sworn in on Sunday, expected to push the country's EU membership bid and urgently tackle the ailing economy.
In the Media by Aleksandra Niksic (AFP)

Exhumation of suspected mass grave begins in Serbia

Belgrade - Forensic experts began exhumation work Wednesday on a suspected mass grave in Serbia believed to contain remains of ethnic Albanians killed during the 1998-1999 Kosovo war, officials said.
In the Media by AFP

Balkan 'cocaine king' nabbed in international sting

Belgrade - An international police operation involving Serbia and Montenegro has nabbed Balkan "cocaine king" Darko Saric, who had been on the run for more than four years, officials said Tuesday.Saric is alleged to be the mastermind behind a cocaine trafficking ...
In the Media by AFP

Serbia's centre-right faces reform challenge after landslide

Belgrade - With a resounding election victory under its belt, Serbia's centre-right SNS party must now forge ahead with tough economic reforms as it plots a course into the EU, analysts said on Monday.With around half the ballots counted from Sunday's snap poll, ...
In the Media by Katarina Subasic (AFP)

Serbia votes in snap polls amid economic gloom

Belgrade - Serbians were voting in snap polls Sunday, with the ruling centre-right SNS party tipped to cement its grip on power with the promise of economic reforms that would lead the Balkan country into the EU.With ballooning public debt, a bloated public secto...
In the Media by Aleksandra Niksic (AFP)

Serbia holds snap polls overshadowed by gloomy economy

Belgrade - Serbians will vote in snap polls Sunday, with the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) tipped to capitalise on a wave of public support after successfully opening talks on EU membership.Some 6.7 million voters have been called to the polls to elect a...
In the Media by AFP

Devastated Serbia economy puts hope in election and reform

Belgrade - The devastated Viskoza factory in western Serbia was once a proud symbol of Serbian industry.
In the Media by Jovan Matic (AFP)

Saving planet goes from video game to real-world craze

Novi Sad - It is the peak of the Cold War, a secret agent has launched nuclear weapons and a small team of sleuths has one hour to prevent the end of the world.The team has a single clue: a coded message left in a typewriter by a secret agent.With 60 minutes tick...
In the Media by Katarina Subasic (AFP)

Influx of asylum-seekers strains German shelters

Berlin - Germany has attracted more political asylum seekers than any other EU nation, but now the massive influx is straining the system, with crowded Berlin shelters sounding the alarm.Arrivals, mainly from eastern Europe, jumped by almost two-thirds in 2013 ...
In the Media by Yannick Pasquet (AFP)

Influx of asylum-seekers strains German shelters

Berlin - Germany has attracted more political asylum seekers than any other EU nation, but now the massive influx is straining the system, with crowded Berlin shelters sounding the alarm.Arrivals, mainly from eastern Europe, jumped by almost two-thirds in 2013 ...
In the Media by Yannick Pasquet (AFP)

International court to hear Croatia, Serbia genocide claims

The Hague - The UN's highest International Court of Justice is to hear arguments next month in a long-running genocide case that threatens to sour relations between Croatia and Serbia.The Hague-based ICJ "will hold public hearings in the case concerning Croatia vs...
In the Media by AFP

Snow blocks more than 1,000 people on Serbian road

Belgrade - More than 1,000 people were rescued by the army and emergency services on Saturday after being stranded in snow on a road linking Serbia and Hungary for some 15 hours.
In the Media by AFP

Serbia arrests two ex-spies over journalist's murder

Belgrade - Serbian police on Tuesday said they had arrested two former intelligence officers suspected of involvement in the murder of journalist Slavko Curuvija, a fierce critic of late the strongman Slobodan Milosevic.
In the Media by AFP

Last King of Yugoslavia reburied after forty-three years

Belgrade - The King of Yugoslavia, Petar II was buried in a state funeral in Belgrade on Sunday, forty-three years after he died. Petar II was the last king of Yugoslavia and in 1941 he fled with his family from the Nazis and escaped to the United States.
In the Media by Mark Harradine

Historic Balkan Accord on the Table

Brussels - Today, the world watches as the Prime Ministers of Serbia and Kosovo sit down at the negotiation table and attempt to come to a historic agreement regarding the Serb minority in the north of Kosovo.
In the Media by Erika Brady

Amnesty Int'l urges Serbia to guarantee ethnic Hungarians' rights Special

Novi Sad - Human rights watchdog Amnesty International (AI) has responded to reports that it is ignoring the rights of ethnic Hungarians in Serbia, where a rising tide of ethnically-based attacks have been reported against this minority.
Digital Journal Report by Christopher Szabo

Tiny Serbian home balances on a rock for 45 years (video)

Bajina Basta - In 1968 a group of youngsters went swimming in the Drina River in Serbia. They wanted a place to rest, found a rock in the center of the river and placed some boards. Eventually this grew into a tiny house which has weathered the storms for 45 years.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Video: Panty-less host flashes at Serbian PM in X-rated TV prank

The Serbian Prime Minister was answering a question on TV when the sexy interviewer wearing an exceptionally short mini uncrossed her legs in classic Sharon Stone (from Basic Instinct) style, revealing she was not wearing any underwear.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 1 comment
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