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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.
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Serbia's net minimum wage - deducting taxes and contributions for mandatory social insurance - will be RSD 115 per hour from July until December.
Belgrade says it hopes to join the EU, but will not reconsider its participation in Russia's South Stream project.
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.
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.
Officials remove a victim from a nightclub fire in Novi Sad, Serbia, in 2012. Six people were killed in the blaze.
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 The strike will continue until the proposed changes to the laws on labor and pension and disability insurance are withdrawn from the procedure, they announced.
Interior ministries of Serbia, Germany and France set up a working group in Belgrade on Tuesday to deal with a number of issues.
Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali on Tuesday sent a message to his Moscow counterpart Sergei Sobyanin, offering condolences over the loss of life in a subway accident.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:19 am
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