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EULEX official Alan Robinson stated on Monday it has been established that the Rudnica site near Raska holds the remains of at least four individuals.
Wreaths were laid at the Stratiste memorial near Paneevo on Monday to commemorate international remembrance day of WW2 genocide against Roma.
In mid-October, the Belgrade city council named a street after Srdjan Aleksic, a Bosnian Serb soldier who in 1993 tried to stop fellow soldiers from attacking a Bosnian Muslim in the southeastern Bosnian town of Trebinje.
Nikoliae noted during the meeting that "during the last year and a half Serbia created far better conditions for new investments than those that existed before, and is open to cooperation with all that recognize a common interest."
The SNS have won convincingly in early local elections held in three municipalities: Belgrade's Vozdovac, and Odzaci in northern and Kostolac in eastern Serbia.
Serbian Minister of Mining Milan Baeeviae and Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak signed on Friday a protocol and agreed to "continue joint investments."
Human remains were found during excavations at the site in the village of Rudnica, in the municipality of Raska, EULEX has said.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikoliae on Thursday in Belgrade received the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
This agreement sets down the framework for cooperation between the European Defence Agency and the Serbian Defence Ministry, Ashton's spokesperson Maja Kocijancic said.
Medical material and equipment for hospitals have arrived today in Clinical Center Nis, Serbia, from Humanitarian aid organization "28.June" from Canada.
This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the life Insurance market in Serbia.
Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Daeiae said on Wednesday that he expects the South Stream gas pipeline project "to be implemented."
Carl Gibson and Steve Horn have done an important service in writing their article outlining Srdja Popovic's inexcusable collaboration with the global intelligence company STRATFOR and his disclosure of the activities of movements and activists with whom he has worked.