THE HAGUE -- The Serbian legal team began presenting its defense arguments in Croatia's genocide lawsuit as hearings continued before the International Court of Justice.
BELGRADE, PRIŠTINA -- The March 16 Serbian parliamentary elections will be held in Kosovo in accordance with the Brussels agreement "and with the OSCE," says Aleksandar Vučić.
BELGRADE -- Municipal leaders from Democratic Party (DS) “graded” judges and prosecutors in 2009, during the justice reform, writes the Belgrade-based daily Politika.
BELGRADE -- Branko Lazarević could have been questioned four years ago, Ivica Dačić has said of his former cabinet chief, suspected of having ties with a drug clan.
YEREVAN -- Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkić has arrived in Yerevan where he will confer with Armenian top officials over the next two days.
THE HAGUE -- Saša Obradović has said after Croatia had given its oral argument before the ICJ last week that evidence presented by the country is rather “thin and weak.”
HAMBURG -- Gerhard Schroeder has admitted that "like the situation in Crimea," the NATO attack on Serbia in 1999 was also a violation of international law.
BELGRADE -- The first bus jointly manufactured by Mercedes-Benz and Serbia's Ikarbus left the Serbian manufacturer's factory in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun on Sunday.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Aleksandar Vulin said on Sunday he was concerned about the health of Oliver Ivanović and asked "who will be responsible if anything happens to him."
ČAČAK -- Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has said that the Brussels-based EU-mediated talks with Priština will resume after the March 16 elections.
BRUSSELS -- IFJ marked International Women's Day by calling on media organizations and public authorities to confront violence against female journalists.
ZAGREB -- Vesna Pusić says there was "no talk in any sense of the word" at the International Court of Justice about the current Serbian authorities' involvement in wars.
RUSE -- Serbian PM Ivica Dačić met with his Romanian and Bulgarian counterparts and said that "mutual understanding is important for citizens of all three countries.
BELGRADE -- Vice-President of the opposition DSS party Nenad Popović has said that Serbia "must in no way take part in EU's policy against Russia."
BELGRADE -- An exhibition of Australian Aboriginal art has been opened at the Museum of Applied Arts (MPU) in Belgrade.
KOPAONIK -- The Serbia investment conference will be held in Paris on May 23 and attended by representatives of 50 large French companies, potential investors in Serbia.
ŠTRPCE -- Five Serbs from the enclave of Štrpce who were arrested on Tuesday have been placed under house arrest for up to 30 days.
ABU DHABI, BELGRADE -- The USD 1 billion loan that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) granted to Serbia is very favorable, Serbian Minister of Finance Lazar Krstić has said.
ANKARA -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he would ban the use of Facebook and YouTube in Turkey after the March 30 elections in that country.
"The Yanukovich government was rotten to the core, and he will not be missed. But most governments of Ukraine will be rotten to the core, partly because there is no tradition of respect for the law and because of the way property was privatized.
"What is important - considering that things have come to this - is to know that what is happening in the court in The Hague is not our job, it is not the job of politicians. It is the job for the court, it is linked to the past, our job is linked
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