BELGRADE -- The victims have identified the two attackers detained by the Belgrade police.
NOVI SAD -- The Student Cultural Centre (SKC) in Novi Sad has received a complaint regarding the street show it organised.
BELGRADE -- G17 Plus will propose that the parliament opens a public debate on the Broadcasting Law.
GUČA -- The 46th annual brass band festival in Guča begins today and will last until September 3.
LONDON, GUČA -- An English party site, This is the life.com, has named Guča the best festival in the world.
BELGRADE -- A tabloid newspaper announced some public figures as targets. Shots were heard in front of the B92 building the same evening.
BELGRADE -- By replacing diesel fuel with biodiesel, GSP would save 3,5 million per month, Belgrade's public transport company has estimated.
GUČA -- This year’s Guča festival, sponsored by the government, ended yesterday, after being visited by 400,000 people.
KULA -- Teofil Pančić said that the festival in Guča is a “parade of drunkenness and slush” presented as an original Serbian identity.
BELGRADE -- More workers die at construction sites in Serbia each year than in all other European countries combined.
BELGRADE -- On the roads of Serbia, 444 people have died this year in traffic-related incidents.
After winning the gold medal, Serbia and Montenegro junior swimming champion Ivan Lenđer sang the national anthem a capella.
BELGRADE -- The 100th issue of Mikro-PC World magazine appeared on newsstands throughout Serbia this week.
BELGRADE -- OSCE Mission to Serbia has organized a reception on the occasion of the media campaign entitled “Choose a female government”.
BELGRADE -- B92 web site ranks at number 8,598 of the world’s most visited internet sites at the same time ranking as Serbia’s number one.
NOVI SAD -- DSS member of parliament Dejan Mikavica caused a traffic accident in which an elderly woman suffered serious injuries.
BELGRADE -- According to the World Health Organisation, Serbian children drink alcohol twice as much as their peers in Europe.
BELGRADE -- B92 has learned the President will make his decision on the Broadcasting law after the parliament has voted.
GUČA -- 23-year old Zlatko Ocokoljić from Dragačevo has been murdered in a fight in Guča’s center.
"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."
BELGRADE -- Members of the Serbian assembly have adopted a set of media laws - the Public Information and the Media Law, and the laws on Public Media Services and on Electronic Media.