SOFIA -- An oil slick that polluted the Danube in Bulgaria originated in Serbian waters, according to Bulgarian authorities.
BELGRADE -- The OSCE Mission in Serbia presented its “Person of the Year” award to five individuals.
BELGRADE -- Modern Art in the USA exhibition opens in Belgrade's Museum of Contemporary Art.
BELGRADE -- The tenth annual Belgrade advertisement festival “Noć reklamoždera” began in the Sava Center last night.
BELGRADE -- Today marks the International Human Rights Day, promoting universal rights of all people.
THE HAGUE -- After yesterday’s decision to end his hunger strike, Vojislav Šešelj has been examined by doctors.
RELJAN -- In the past nine weeks, 161 depleted uranium missiles were recovered in Reljan, near Preševo.
BELGRADE -- Nearly half of Gypsies living in Serbia do not enjoy the rights to education, employment and healthcare.
BELGRADE -- The UNOHCR has called on all institutions to help fight the war against poverty through the protection of human rights.
WASHINGTON -- Voice of America's (VOA) Serbian-language television program, Open Studio, marks the show's tenth year on the air.
"In crafting our new federal kingdom, we will have a lot of international experience to draw on. One of the many peculiarities of Britain is that, while repeatedly spurning federalism, it has both left behind numerous federations across the English-speaking
"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."
After the October 14 UEFA EURO 2016 Group I qualifier between Serbia and Albania (0:0, 41st minute, FK Partizan Stadium, Belgrade) abandonment, the Football Association of Serbia (FSS) issued the following press release