Serbia

Anti-government Protesters Arrested In Serbia After Another Coronavirus Lockdown

Serbian police said Saturday they arrested 71 people after violence erupted in Belgrade late Friday during a fourth night of anti-government protests triggered by another coronavirus lockdown.The head of Serbian Police, Vladimir Rebic, said 14 riot...
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Virus Unrest Turns Violent As Serbs Protest Being "lied To For Political Ends"

Virus Unrest Turns Violent As Serbs Protest Being "Lied To For Political Ends" Tyler Durden Fri, 07/10/2020 - 02:45 Social unrest has rocked Belgrade and other cities in Serbia this week in response to President Aleksandar...
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‘why Did Your Father Die?': Serbia's Covid-19 Chaos Spills Onto Belgrade's Streets

Responding to a pandemic is tough. Putting down a protest with force is a reflex.Protesters in front of Serbian parliament in Belgrade on July 8, 2020. Signs read “All join the strike,” “Health system is not SMS nor SNS”...
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War Crimes Prosecutors To interview Kosovo President 

Kosovo President Hashim Thaci will go to The Hague on Monday to be interviewed by international war crimes prosecutors.Thaci was a top commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which fought a guerrilla war for independence from Serbia in the late...

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Arsenal Rejected: Striker Snubs Gunners Despite Aggressive Transfer Approach

According to Press Serbia, out of favour Real Madrid star Luka Jovic has rejected a move to Arsenal in favour of a switch to fallen Italian giants AC Milan. Press Serbia claim that the Gunners made... Click Story Headline Above To...
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Eu Lifts Travel Restrictions On 14 Nations - Us Not Included

The European Union has lifted COVID-19 related travel restrictions on visitors from 14 nations, but its list excludes American travelers.   People from Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia,...
Related topics: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda

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Apple Pay Launches In Serbia

Apple Pay is launching in Serbia today, according to tipsters who got in touch with MacRumors. ProCredit bank is launching ‌Apple Pay‌ in the country as of June 30, according to Mastercard's Serbian website. Raiffeisen bank is also...
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Journalist Who Witnessed The Collapse Of Serbia’s Democracy Issues A Dire Warning To Americans

On Monday, Vox published an interview with Stevan Dojčinović, a Serbian journalist who is warning that his country’s democracy has collapsed — and there are signs America is heading in the same direction. “The editor-in-chief of the...

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After Kosovo President war Crimes Indictment, Kosovo-serbia Dialogue uncertain 

This weekend the White House had hoped to host high-profile talks between leaders of Kosovo and Serbia, but the indictment of Kosovo’s president on war crimes charges forced officials to suspend the talks indefinitely, putting future...
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Serbian Ruling Party Scores Landslide Victory In General Elections

Serbia's Progressive Party and its coalition partners won over 60% of the vote in Sunday’s elections, boycotted by major opposition parties. President Aleksandar Vucic, the party leader, told jubilant supporters that he did not expect...

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Serbia Holds Parliamentary And Local Elections

Serbia is holding parliamentary and local elections Sunday expected to consolidate President Aleksandar Vucic’s ruling Serbian Progressive Party’s power.The opposition is partially boycotting the vote."I fulfilled my citizen's duty and...

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As Election Looms, Serbia's Leading Party Wants To Defend Citizens From Dinosaurs

This is scaremongering taken to an new levelPhoto: Screencap from video clip featuring dinosaur chasing a time traveler by Serbian Progressive Party. Serbia has entered a an election silence before a vote scheduled for Sunday, June 21, which is...
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Balkan Showdown Coming To The White House

President Trump has invited the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia to the White House on June 27 to resolve their long-standing dispute over Kosovo’s final status. The minisummit will be presided over by Richard Grenell, Trump’s special envoy for the...
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Serbia's Opposition To Boycott Vote Held During Pandemic

A Serbian opposition leader whose group is boycotting the country's parliamentary election says taking part in the vote amid the coronaviorus pandemic and without free media in the Balkan country would only legitimize what he called a "hoax...

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Libya: Is The Russia-turkey Conflict Heightening Over Oil-rich Sirte?

Belgrade (Special to Informed Comment) – The Libya’s civil war intensifies as Russia and Turkey are expected to negotiate the fate of strategically important coastal city of Sirte. The control of the oil rich province, as well as Jufra...
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Serbia: Muslim Migrants Rob Belgrade Churchgoers In The Middle Of Church Service

“According to the latest update of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), there are currently 8,052 migrants in Serbia, the majority of them in 19 refugee centers across the country. Their stated countries of origin are...
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L.a. Galaxy Forward Aleksandar Katai Released For Wife’s Social Media Mocking Of George Floyd...

Aleksandar Katai, a 29-year-old midfielder from Serbia, was released by the L.A. Galaxy on Friday after his wife posted social media messages earlier this week mocking George Floyd protesters. “We believe strongly that we’re a club that...
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Serbian Foreign Minister Disowns ‘zombie-like’ Campaign Ad

Is this how the Socialist Party of Serbia sees voters? Photo: Screencap from video clip published by Branko Ružić, vice president of the executive board of the Socialist Party of Serbia. This story is based on reporting by Global Voices’ content...
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Serbia Criticizes Montenegro For Keeping Border Ban On Serbs

Montenegro, the first European country to declare itself free of the coronavirus, plans to open its borders to citizens of several European countries except for former ally Serbia — drawing angry reaction Tuesday from Serbian...
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Russian Defenсe Ministry Plans Four Flights To Bring Military Specialists Home From Serbia

BELGRADE (Sputnik) - The Russian Defense Ministry on Sunday announced four flights from Serbia, which will happen later in the day, to bring back Russian military specialists and equipment engaged in assisting Serbians in their fight against...
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