BELGRADE -- Serbia on Friday marks the National No Tobacco Day, and the Health Ministry has signaled "increased control of public smoking," said Tanjug.
BELGRADE -- Borislav Stefanovic says the ruling SNS party's "thoughts about a counter-rally" and dismissing of Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic "pose a threat to democracy."
SREMSKA MITROVICA -- Aleksandar Vucic on Friday attended a ceremony in Sremska Mitrovica where Austria0s Gerlinger Holding took over as the new owner of Mitros.
BELGRADE -- Real year-on-year drop in Serbia's GDP in the fourth quarter of 2014 was 1.6 percent, the national statistical office has stated.
BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolic believes that "attacks on the (army) chief of staff" are an attempt to "humiliate everything good done in Serbia" recently.
BELGRADE -- The War Crimes Prosecutor has asked the Humanitarian Law Center (FHP) to provide the files in its possession related to the crimes committed in the Rudnica case
BELGRADE -- b92.net has been recognized as best website in 2014 in the News category of PC Press magazine's traditional annual selection dubbed "Best Online Things".
BRUSSELS -- EU sanctions against Russia due to expire in March will be extended until September, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has said.
VIENNA, BELGRADE -- OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Ivica Dacic has reiterated his call to all sides in the Ukrainian conflict to return to the negotiating table.
BELGRADE -- Serbia continues to work on the modernization of the Belgrade-Budapest railway and will start building it without delays by the end of this year.
BELGRADE -- There is an ongoing a campaign against the army, while "a part of the political public and some politicians are trying to destroy all that is good in Serbia."
MOSCOW -- The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has appealed on Bosnia-Herzegovina to stop arms shipments to the Ukrainian military.
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dacic visited the OSCE Mission in Belgrade on Thursday and announced that he will also visit the missions in Skopje and Podgorica in February.
VIENNA -- Austria supports Serbia along the path toward full membership in the EU, President of Austria Heinz Fischer said on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- The claims of the FHP NGO against Ljubisa Dikovic represent "a continuation of an orchestrated campaign against the defense system of the Republic of Serbia."
TIRANA -- Albanian Army Major Sokol Feka was the pilot of a helicopter that crashed yesterday in Spain while transporting narcotics from Morocco.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian police on Thursday announced that 18 persons from the area of the town of Lazarevac had been arrested for drug trafficking in the streets.
NOVI SAD -- In order to make it more efficient, the public administration will as soon as possible downsize its workforce, "but not in a linear way."
BELGRADE -- The Humanitarian Law Center (FHP) NGO says it possess documents which indicate that Army chief General Ljubisa Dikovic is "directly responsible for war crimes."
Now we must avert the danger of a downward spiral between Muslim and non-Muslim Europeans
"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."