BACKA PALANKA, BELGRADE -- Movement of Socialists leader and cabinet minister Aleksandar Vulin said on Friday that "better times" are coming in Serbia "faster than expected."
WASHINGTON -- Serbia is a bright spot on the map of the Western Balkans, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Hoyt Brian Yee has said.
BRUSSELS -- The European Commission on Thursday adopted the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) proposal for Kosovo and sent it to the Council for consideration.
SKOPJE -- The Macedonian Prosecution for Organized Crime and Corruption has indicted a group of suspects in the so-called "Coup Case".
BELGRADE -- Hashim Thaci is "making noisy statements to chase away his fear caused by the anxiety over the foundation of a special (war crimes) court."
BELGRADE -- The Serbian Customs Administration has announced that an attempt to smuggle EUR 274,600 was prevented on Friday at the Horgos border crossing with Hungary.
VIENNA -- Hashim Thaci has said that he is "seeking an apology from Serbia for the victims of the war in Kosovo in the 1990s."
BELGRADE -- French Ambassador to Serbia Christine Moro presented the French National Order of the Legion of Honor, the rank of Knight, to journalist Olja Beckovic.
BELGRADE -- Friday marks 20 years since the offensive of Croatian forces against Serb areas in western Slavonia, at the time a part of the Republic of Serb Krajina (RSK).
ZAGREB -- Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) Telekom basketball club from Belgrade has won the Adriatic League.
BELGRADE -- International Workers Day, May 1, is known in Serbia as Labor Day and is a two-day non-working holiday in the country.
BELGRADE -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic will visit Sarajevo at the beginning of June, his foreign affairs adviser Ivan Mrkic has announced.
Zvornik -- Three persons were arrested and questioned by the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) of Bosnia-Herzegovina in connection with the Zvornik attack.
BRUSSELS -- Bratislav Gasic has announced that the clearing of the ruins of the former General Staff building in downtown Belgrade "will start in the summer."
VIENNA -- "The uncompromising and aggressive" attitude towards those states that consider the WW1-era mass killing of Armenians as genocide "complicates" Ankara's EU bid.
PRISTINA -- Head of the EU Office in Kosovo Samuel Zbogar says the adoption of the proposal to sign the SAA "is an important step in EU-Kosovo relations."
BELGRADE -- Councilor Balsa Bozovic thinks that the recently signed contract for Belgrade Waterfront shows the project is "the scam of the century."
BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday said he "does not what he can expect" from President Tomislav Nikolic's announced Kosovo platform.
BELGRADE -- The trial of eight members of the Gendarmerie, charged with beating the brothers of the prime minister and the Belgrade mayor began on Thursday.
PRISTINA -- Most citizens in Kosovo "are disgruntled with the work of Kosovo's key executive, legislative and judicial institutions," Tanjug is quoting a UNDP-USAID poll.
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The Humanitarian Law Center has presented the Model Strategy for the Prosecution of War Crimes Committed during and in relation to the Armed Conflicts in the Former Yugoslavia.