BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolić on Tuesday assigned the task of forming the country’s new government to Serb Progressive Party (SNS) leader Aleksandar Vučić.
NOVI SAD -- Ivica Dačić said on Tuesday that "the final plan of positions in the future government" has not been drawn up yet.
BELGRADE -- A total of 2,055 people requested asylum in Serbia in the first three months of 2014, and most of them - 947 - were Syrians.
MLAKA -- Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) on Tuesday held a memorial service in Mlaka near Jasenovac, the site of Croatia's WW2 death camp.
BELGRADE -- Judge Vladimir Vučinić has rejected Miroslav Mišković's request to have his passport permanently returned and be allowed to leave his place of residence.
PRIŠTINA -- A recent statement by a member of the government in Priština concerning plans to demolish a Serbian Orthodox church in that town has caused reactions.
BELGRADE -- "The question of changing the Constitution is awaiting Serbia, not tomorrow, but certainly during this mandate," says Istvan Pastor.
KIEV -- U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden conveyed to Ukrainian political leaders that his country "stands with Ukraine against humiliating threats."
BELGRADE -- A 4.4 magnitude earthquake jolted Slovenia at 10:48 CET on Tuesday, and was, according to reports, also felt in neighboring Croatia.
BELGRADE -- Roman Catholic Archbishop of Belgrade Stanislav Hočevar expects Serbia's new government to be "a great team willing to engage in dialogue with everyone."
BELGRADE -- B92 learned on Tuesday that the new president of the Assembly of Serbia will be official of the Serb Progressive Party (SNS) Maja Gojković.
BELGRADE -- The opening of Chapters 23 and 24 is important for the entire reform process in Serbia, said Tanja Miščević, Serbia's chief negotiator in EU accession talks.
BELGRADE -- A 16 year old boy was shot and killed in Belgrade on Monday night in the yard of an elementary school in the neighborhood of Kaluđerica.
BELGRADE -- Outgoing Prime Minister Ivica Dačić led on Tuesday the central ceremony for Serbian Holocaust Remembrance Day.
BELGRADE -- Democratic Party leader Dragan Đilas and his deputy Bojan Pajtić have issued a joint statement denying media reports that they were in conflict.
BELGRADE -- Refugees in Serbia will have the same status as before, despite an initiative to abolish it, says the director of the Fund for Aid to Refugees and IDPs.
ŠABAC -- Four persons died while two others were seriously injured when an Italian license plates Audi Q7 drove off the road and crashed in Šabac, western Serbia.
BELGRADE -- The Hydro-Meteorological Institute (RHMZ) will on May 1 start publishing alerts on its website on upcoming heat waves that could put people's health at risk.
BRUSSELS -- EU High Representative Catherine Ashton will visit Belgrade later this month, as soon as Serbia's new government has been formed.
KIEV -- Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has canceled a planned visit to the U.S. since none of the congressmen there wished to receive her.
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European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on April 17 sent a letter Russian President Vladimir Putin. The letter was published on the European Commission (EC) website