STRASBOURG -- The European Parliament (EP) on Thursday passed a resolution urging for stepping up sanctions against Russia and canceling contracts to build South Stream.
DUBAI -- Serbia's best tennis players will compete against the Croatian tennis team in the first round of the 2015 Davis Cup World Group, a draw decided on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- There will be no decrease of salaries in the public sector and pensions up to RSD 25,000 (EUR 211 as of Sept. 19), PM Aleksandar Vučić has announced.
BELGRADE -- A memorial to Serbian and Russian troops who died defending Belgrade during the First World War was unveiled at the Belgrade Fortress on Thursday.
Scotland will remain a part of the United Kingdom, voters have decided in a referendum on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić welcomed the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Belgade on Thursday afternoon.
MOSCOW -- RS President Milorad Dodik is in Moscow on Thursday where he told B92 that Russian President Vladimir Putin could soon travel "to the Balkans and Belgrade."
BELGRADE -- Vladimir Yakunin says the U.S. ambassador to Serbia has demonstrated that he "does not know the history of the Soviet Union and WW2."
BELGRADE -- Ten migrants from Afghanistan and Syria were on Wednesday prevented from crossing into Serbia illegally, it has been announced.
KIEV -- The Ukrainian government has announced that Russia amassed about 4,000 troops stationed in Crimea, on the border with Ukraine.
MOSCOW -- Kosovo joining sanctions imposed against Russia "can only cause a smile," the head of the Duma Foreign Affairs Committee, Aleksei Pushkov, has said.
SUBOTICA -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić opened a new production facility of the Gordon company - apart of Italian Calzedonia Group - in Subotica on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- WW1 changed the geopolitical map of Europe and the world, caused massive death and destruction, and Serbia suffered the most losing a sixth of its population.
KLADOVO -- In the wake of the recent massive rainfall eastern Serbia on Thursday continued to recover from the impact of flash floods and landslides.
KRAGUJEVAC -- Opposition Democratic Party (DS) leader Bojan Pajtić says Serbia has already gone bankrupt, "but the government wants to cover it up"
KLADOVO -- EU Delegation to Serbia head Michael Davenport has voiced concern because of new floods in Serbia and said the EU is on stand-by in case assistance is needed.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić believes that the U.S. ambassador "sent a message to the Russian side, not to Serbia" when he spoke about Vladimir Putin's visit here.
BRATISLAVA -- Slovak Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak says the burden of EU sanctions against Russia should be born "solidarily" by the entire organization.
BELGRADE -- Belgrade and Priština working groups agreed to expand the freedom of movement agreement to Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport and a number of border crossings.
BELGRADE -- Michael Kirby has asked why there were plans for Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit on the occasion of the anniversary of the liberation of Belgrade.
"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."
BELGRADE -- Members of the Serbian assembly have adopted a set of media laws - the Public Information and the Media Law, and the laws on Public Media Services and on Electronic Media.