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BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn, Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić are seen during a joint news conference in Belgrade

BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn, Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić are seen during a joint news conference in Belgrade

BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn, Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić are seen during a joint news conference in Belgrade

BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn, Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić are seen during a joint news conference in Belgrade

BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) President Tomislav Nikolić meets with outgoing North Korean Ambassador Kim Son Gyong

BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) Jeffrey Sachs promotes his new book, "The Age of Sustainable Development," in Belgrade

BELGRADE, November 20, 2014

(Tanjug) Jeffrey Sachs promotes his new book, "The Age of Sustainable Development," in Belgrade

BELGRADE, November 17, 2014

(Tanjug) Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić meets with German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel

BELGRADE, November 17, 2014

(Tanjug) Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić receives German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel
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Opinions & Analyses

Annus mirabilis: The road to 1989, and its legacy

10.11.2014. | Comments: 0
(Beta/AP)

In East Berlin, on the night of November 9, 1989, an international order that had originated in Yalta and Potsdam 45 years earlier came to a dramatic end.

B92 TV

"We may disgree over status, but should not hate each other"

1.08.2014. | Comments: 4
Marko Đurić (Tanjug, file)

"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."

Reports

CPJ report to mark International Day to End Impunity

30.10.2014. | Comments: 2
(CPJ)

On the occasion of International Day to End Impunity (IDEI), marked on November 2, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has published, as part of a global campaign to combat impunity, a special report entitled "The Road to Justice."