NEW YORK -- Amnesty International USA issued a report highly critical of the UN administration in Kosovo.
BELGRADE -- Serbian media led the “Yes” referendum campaign, financed by the government, and spent less time engaged in objective reporting.
BELGRADE -- Independent Journalists Association is unhappy with the way organizers of yesterday's parliament session treated reporters.
NOVI PAZAR -- The mosque in Novi Pazar in which a brawl occurred over the weekend will be reopened today.
BELGRADE -- Belgrade Arena’s official season starts with U.S. rapper 50 Cent’s concert tomorrow.
BELGRADE -- ANEM has stated that it is worried about Radio Television Serbia’s methods of advertising.
GORNJI MILANOVAC -- Journalists from the local paper in Gornji Milanovac GM Pres, are calling on people to help the hungry.
BELGRADE -- Insajder, an investigative program centering on political murders, illegal fortunes and crime, enters a new season.
LJUBLJANA -- Serbian students met with Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel this morning in Ljubljana.
BELGRADE -- Serbian farmers will soon have access to land that has been off-limits for almost 15 years.
CROATIA -- The delay in arresting a powerful political figure is proof that not all citizens are equal before the law, a blogger suggests.
China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang says the Third Meeting of Heads of Government and China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) will produce the Belgrade Guidelines, which will propose a number of initiatives to strengthen all-round cooperation.
"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."