BELGRADE -- Ivan Mrkiĉ has met in Belgrade with Serb National Council in Croatia President and Chairman of the Croatian Parliament Foreign Policy Committee Milorad Pupovac.
BRUSSELS -- Bulgaria will not quit the South Stream pipeline project, "as it is bound to create thousands of new jobs and yield economic benefit, thereby spurring growth."
SARAJEVO -- The Bosnian prosecution is investigating "an unknown perpetrator" for failure to implement the European Court of Human Rights ruling in the Sejdiĉ-Finci case.
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 Vujasinoviĉ, Slavko Ĉuruvija and Milan Pantiĉ. Ever since the fall of the regime of Slobodan Miloeviĉ 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.