16 hrs ago
Fried brains and stomach soup on the menu at busy HOSPITAL (but...
Fried brains and stomach soup on the menu at busy HOSPITAL A chef says he has been inundated with orders for fried brains, stomachs and decapitated heads despite serving them in a busy hospital.
20 hrs ago
Serbian oil company NIS first-half profits fall
Serbian oil company NIS reported a 5 percent fall in first-half net profit due to higher taxes and will have to cut spending on projects in the second half.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Professors seeking 'protection of academic honour' in Serbia
After a scandal sparked by suspicion that the doctoral theses of certain Serbian politicians were plagiarised, about 1,800 Serbian scientists and professors submitted a petition to the Serbian government and called for "the protection of academic honour."
TWE Remembers: Austria-Hungary Issues an Ultimatum to Serbia
Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it. That adage applies to governments as well as to people.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Homeless shelter for cats needs help; Roosevelt High has new principal: North and NE Portland news
House of Dreams, a Northeast Portland homeless shelter for cats, is asking for the community's help to enable it to continue to provide safe sanctuary for the "kitty misfits" in its care.The shelter is launching a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to help pay for necessary repairs to keep its resident cats warm and dry this winter.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Economic reforms difficult for both sides in Serbia
Although unions have launched protests over the adoption of the reformed Labour Law, Finance Minister Lazar Krstic resigned, believing that the reforms should be even swifter and tougher.
Little pieces give flavour to a bigger narrative
I've added a new podcast to my already-lengthy list. It's another BBC one - this time a short 2-3 minute piece each day, summing up news stories of 100 years ago in the lead up to World War I. A few weeks in, and I've already learned plenty, but it highlights a number of key elements that resonate strongly, including some that came up last week in ... (more)
Serbian village raises complaint about UAE purchase of farmland
Farmers in Kula, Serbia have made formal complaints about an Abu Dhabi company, Al Rawafed Agriculture, which is trying to acquire land.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Answering to history
From Adolf Hitler down to the petty bureaucrats who staffed the Nazi death camps, thousands of perpetrators of World War II war ... Associated Press Hungarian soldiers execute Serbians and Jews on Miletic Street in Novi-Sad, Yugoslavia, Jan. 23, 1942, during a series of "raids" in a photo provided by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Belgrade to back Serb participation in Kosovo government
Office for Kosovo head Marko Duriae met with UNMIK Chief Farid Zarif and told him that Serbia intends to support Serbs' participation in a new Kosovo government.
Serbian minimum wage: Under one euro per hour
Serbia's net minimum wage - deducting taxes and contributions for mandatory social insurance - will be RSD 115 per hour from July until December.
South Stream puts Serbia in conflict with EU
Belgrade says it hopes to join the EU, but will not reconsider its participation in Russia's South Stream project.
Expression patterns of mitochondrial OXPHOS components, mitofusin 1...
Vesna Otasevic A D , Lela Surlan B , Milica Vucetic A , Ivan Tulic B , Biljana Buzadzic A , Ana Stancic A , Aleksandra Jankovic A , Ksenija Velickovic C , Igor Golic C , Milica Markelic C , Aleksandra Korac C and Bato Korac A D A University of Belgrade, Department of Physiology, Institute for Biological Research 'Sinisa Stankovic', Bulevar despota ... (more)
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Appeal against detention of Ivanoviae rejected
The Court of Appeals in Pristina has rejected an appeal filed against a decision to keep Oliver Ivanoviae in prison, his party, GI SDP, announced on Thursday.
'Romania will never block Serbia's path to EU'
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Thursday morning began his visit to Serbia with a meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vueiae.
'Small tornadoes happen, climate has not changed'
Sunshine and rain in quick succession during a single day, gale force winds, and even small tornadoes are not unusual for Serbia, a meteorologist says.
Holocaust Museum opens UN archive on WWII crimes
This, Feb. 23, 2012, file photo shows Bridget Sisk, chief of Archives and Records Management Section at the United Nations, as she views a 1947 negative file during a special tour of U.N. historical archives.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Trial in 2012 fatal nightclub fire stirs up Serbia
Officials remove a victim from a nightclub fire in Novi Sad, Serbia, in 2012. Six people were killed in the blaze.
Trade unions decide to go on general strike
Union leaders Ljubisav Orboviae and Branislav Eanak signed a decision on Tuesday to call a general strike starting on July 17. The strike will continue until the proposed changes to the laws on labor and pension and disability insurance are withdrawn from the procedure, they announced.
Serbian, German and French ministries set up working group
Interior ministries of Serbia, Germany and France set up a working group in Belgrade on Tuesday to deal with a number of issues.