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  1. Johnson Electric adding workers in SerbiaRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Plastics News

    Johnson Electric Holdings Ltd. is aiming to take on as many as 2,400 new workers at its production facility in Nis, Serbia, the country's government said in a statement. Serbia's Minister of Economy Zeljko Sertic, Nis Mayor Zoran Perisic and senior company representatives have signed a memorandum of understanding on the project.

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  2. F365's Top Ten Breakthrough Stars Of 2015/16Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Football365

    It's this time of year again, when we try and predict who might hit stardom across Europe this season. Are the following players aged 20 and under the real deals..? This time last year, this list included Doria, Aymeric Laporte, Max Meyer, Domenico Berardi and Alen Halilovic.

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  3. 'Britain demands progress in dialogue from Pristina'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | B92

    After Germany, Britain has also been criticizing Kosovo politicians, demanding from them progress in the dialogue with Belgrade, according to the daily Blic. The paper said it learned "from diplomatic sources" that such a message was given to Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa and President Atifete Jahjaga by Baroness Joyce Anelay, special advisor of British Prime Minister David Cameron.

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  4. Spain, Mali do not back Pristina's UNESCO bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | B92

    Ivica Dacic had separate meetings with foreign ministers of Spain and Mali, who said their countries will not change their stance on Kosovo. The Serbian foreign minister previously met with Spain's President of the Senate Pio Garcia-Escudero and Minister of Foreign Affairs Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, the Serbian Foreign Ministry said on Monday.

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  5. 'EU, international community must solve migrant issue'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | B92

    Serbia will not become a reception center for millions of asylum seekers, but those who pass through its territory will be cared for to the highest standards. This was stated on Tuesday by Serbia's Minister of Labor, Employment, Social and Veterans' Affairs Aleksandar Vulin, who spoke with reporters in the Palace of Serbia.

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  6. Budget had surplus at around RSD 1bn in July - ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | B92

    Serbian Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic said on Monday that a minimal budget surplus of around RSD 1 billion was registered in July. Speaking in the Serbian parliament, he underscored that the budget surplus between the beginning of the year and July is around RSD 25-30 billion.

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  7. McGrath earns GB call-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    A BOLTON wrestler is celebrating after being picked to represent Great Britain in the European cadet championships in Subotica, Serbia. Sharples wrestling club are delighted that one of their eight National squad members has been selected to compete in such a high ranking competition.

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  8. Vucic on working visit to MunichRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | B92

    Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic stated on Monday that two German companies are planning to create more jobs in Serbia. "Siemens announced that it will hire another 220 people in its factory in Subotica, and one more company voiced interest today in investing into Serbia and employing two to three thousand people in Novi Sad.

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  9. Iraqi telecommunications minister visits SerbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | B92

    Serbia and Iraq will sign an agreement soon and work towards establishing joint telecommunications enterprises, Rasim Ljajic told reporters on Monday. The Serbian minister of trade, tourism and telecommunications spoke after his meeting in Belgrade with Iraqi Minister of Telecommunications Hassan Al Rashid. 1 comment

  10. FM sends letter about Pristina's UNESCO bid to UN chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | B92

    Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon over the intention of Kosovo to become a member of UNESCO. Serbia has not changed its position concerning the status of its southern province although it is faced with requests and efforts by Pristina to get involved in the work of international institutions outside the context of the agreement on regional representation and cooperation, Dacic said in a letter which Tanjug said it saw.

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  11. British prime minister commends Vucic on leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | B92

    British Prime Minister David Cameron has sent a letter to his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic "commending the Serbian PM on his leadership." The letter also "expressed the belief that Serbia's reforms would produce results, and welcomed the efforts invested by the Serbian PM in improvement of relations in the Western Balkans," Tanjug said.

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  12. Thousands of Invaders Are Walking into Europe, with Little to Stop ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | VDARE

    It's mid-summer and the weather is pleasant, a perfect time for third worlders to flood into Europe more easily. There has been a lot of reporting about the rickety boats headed north from Africa , but it's also possible for the intruders, some number of whom are unfriendly Muslims, to walk to the first world, just like Mexicans do to get here.

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  13. Traffic picks up on land route to EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | NWAonline

    With war continuing to plague the Middle East and Afghanistan, and thousands trying to flee Africa's grinding poverty, the swell of refugees and others hoping to reach Western Europe shows no signs of abating this summer. For the past few years, the most popular route has been across the Mediterranean on boats run by Libyan smugglers that aimed for the nearest islands off the Italian coast.

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  14. On the uncertain road to Europe with Syrian refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Christian Science Monitor

    When Monitor photographer Ann Hermes and I were reporting on migration for this week's cover story , we wanted to experience what it was like for the people trekking across the Balkans seeking safety and a better life in Europe. Tens of thousands of people, many of them refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq, are entering Greece from Turkey, then heading north through Macedonia, Serbia, and Hungary to reach their desired destinations, often Germany.

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  15. Wales World Cup 2018 Draw Analysis: How Gareth Bale and co can earn...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | IcNetwork

    It's redemption time for Wales as Chris Coleman's current crop get the chance to extinguish some demons of the past It could have been worse, it could have been better. What it does is offer Wales an opportunity for footballing redemption.

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  16. World Cup 2018 qualifying draw: Wales face Austria, Serbia, Republic...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | IcNetwork

    Among the top seeds for the draw in St Petersburg for the first time, Chris Coleman's men avoided Pot 2 big guns Italy and France Wales have been drawn against Austria, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Moldova and Georgia in Group D of Europe's qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. Among the top seeds for the draw in St Petersburg for the first time, Chris Coleman's men avoided Pot 2 big guns Italy and France and were pitted against Austria instead.

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  17. 'Cars with status-neutral plates allowed in central Serbia'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | B92

    Cars from Kosovo can move through central Serbia only if they have "status-neutral plates ," Milovan Drecun has said. The MP from the ruling SNS party and chair of the Parliamentary Committee on Kosovo and Metohija said on Friday that Pristina has "interpreted an agreement on insurance in a way that is unacceptable to Serbia."

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  18. How many universes are necessary for an ice cream to melt?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Improbable Research

    166, page 55-59. His paper considers the possibilities of other universes where a soft ice cream, left to its own devices, might be generally more likely to freeze rather than to melt.

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  19. Memorial service for Serb farmers gunned down in KosovoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 13 | B92

    A meorial service has been held for 14 Serbian farmers shot and killed while harvesting their fields on July 23, 1999 in the village of Staro Gacko in Kosovo. Director of the Serbian Government's Office for Kosovo and Metohija Marko Djuric addressed those gathered on Thursday and pointed out to the question of why no one has been brought to justice yet in this case.

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  20. Serb List: Civil Defense is not 'parallel structure'Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 22 | B92

    The Serb-run Civil Defense in northern Kosovo and Metohija has never been a parallel structure, the Srpska List has stated. Reacting to the Kosovo government's intention to dissolve the units, this political organization that represents Serbs and is a member of the ruling coalition in Kosovo, said that the Civil Defense was "one of the few institutions acting responsibly when it comes to peoples' lives and their safety in hazardous situations."

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