SARAJEVO -- The Bosnian prosecution is investigating "an unknown perpetrator" for failure to implement the European Court of Human Rights ruling in the Sejdić-Finci case.
BELGRADE -- Michael Davenport expressed the belief on Wednesday that the first inter-governmental conference between Serbia and the EU would be held by the end of January,
SENTA -- A 76-year-old man in Senta, northern Serbia, on Wednesday reportedly committed suicide by detonating gas released from gas cylinders.
SOFIA -- PM Ivica Dačić and his Bulgarian counterpart Plamen Oresharski agreed in Sofia that the two countries have an interest in promoting economic cooperation.
BELGRADE -- The Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia NUNS) has expressed concern about the circumstances that forced Aida Ćorović to the Urban-In NGO.
SOFIA -- Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić said on Wednesday that he expects the South Stream gas pipeline project "to be implemented."
BELGRADE -- In the country-wide Operation Thunderbolt, 21 kilograms of drugs were seized, 124 persons were arrested and 70 remanded in custody in a single day.
SOFIA -- Ivica Dačić has said he expects the European Council to confirm that the first intergovernmental conference will be held by the end of January at the latest.
BELGRADE -- The trial of former Minister of Agriculture Saša Dragin and his associates accused of financial abuses in the Azotara factory has been scheduled for February 3.
VIENNA -- President of the Austrian Economic Senate Erhard Busek expects the EU-Serbia accession talks to start early next year.
BRUSSELS -- The first day of bilateral screening related to Chapter 24, which refers to police and human rights, started in Brussels on Wednesday morning.
KIEV, WASHINGTON -- The U.S. expressed their "disgust," while the EU said it was "disappointed" that the Ukrainian police dispersed protesters from the central square in Kiev.
BELGRADE -- The U.S. supports Serbia's EU integration and reforms, a U.S. State Department official has said as he met with Serbian PM Ivica Dačić in Belgrade.
RATKOVO -- First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić says he is ready to attend the next round of the Kosovo dialogue on Friday in Brussels.
JOHANNESBURG -- World leaders and tens of thousands of people have said goodbye to Nelson Mandela during one the largest commemorations of this century.
PRIŠTINA -- EULEX officials presented 984 authenticated copies of original civil and church registries - birth, marriage and death certificates.
BELGRADE -- Prime ministers of Serbia and Montenegro Ivica Dačić and Milo Đukanović have said that relations between the two countries are on the upward trend.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's national airline company Air Serbia on Tuesday introduced everyday direct flights from Belgrade to Ljubljana.
BELGRADE -- After the SNS called early party elections, "a war of statements" began between one of its MPs, Vladimir Cvijan, "and the rest of the SNS."
PODGORICA -- The head of the canonically unrecognized Montenegrin Orthodox Church (CPC) has said that this religious community was in a "humiliating position."
"Was the violence on British terraces in the 1970s and 1980s comparable to Serbia today, and is the solution as simple as new laws and stronger policing?"
Over a decade has passed since the death of Serbian journalists Dada Vujasinović, Slavko Ćuruvija and Milan Pantić. Ever since the fall of the regime of Slobodan Milošević in 2000, successive Serbian governments have promised to make these cases a priority.
The new report of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), submitted to the UN Security Council.