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A woman casts her ballot at a polling station in Belgrade, Serbia, Sunday, March 16, 2014.
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If the ruling Progressive Party wins the most seats in Serbia's 250-member parliament, as polls predicted, it is expected to choose Aleksandar Vucic a" a former hardline, pro-Russian nationalist who has become a pro-EU advocate a" as prime minister.
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During the early morning hours on February 10, Stevens Point and Plover experienced a string of business burglaries which police believe are connected.
The smeared placards of populist leader Aleksandar Vucic and former president Boris Tadic, reflecting widespread disappointment with politicians in the impoverished Balkan country Serbians are heading back to the polls for the second time in less than two years - as the Progressive Party looks to consolidate its power and place its leader, ... (more)
The 11th Belgrade Dance Festival , taking place from March 30 to April 14, will feature artists at the forefront of the global dance scene.
BELGRADE, 14th March, 2014 --H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Foreign Minister, discussed here today with the Serbian Foreign Minister, Ivan Mrkic, the bilateral relations between the UAE and Serbia and ways of developing them to serve the interests of the two countries and peoples.
The Dveri movement believes that the March 16 elections in Serbia are about making a choice "between the European Union and NATO, and Russia."
Delegations of the Serbian and Russian armed forces have discussed possibilities for holding a joint exercise of the two countries' special forces.
ARMENIA, SERBIA VOW TO DEVELOP BILATERAL COOPERATION 17:11 10.03.2014 President Serzh Sargsyan received the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivan Mrkic, President's Press Office reported.
Doctors and pharmacists in Serbia went on strike on Monday morning and appealed on the the public to seek medical assistance "only when absolutely necessary."
The March 16 Serbian parliamentary elections will be held in Kosovo in accordance with the Brussels agreement "and with the OSCE," says Aleksandar Vueiae.
Belgrade voters often turn their backs on the ruling elite, a fact the struggling opposition hopes will boost its chances of winning back control of the capital, a key political battleground in Serbia.
According to deputy energy minister Dejan Trifunovic, works on the project will start by the end of this year, the ministry said in a statement.
In hopes of smoothing the relations between Pristina and Belgrade in carrying out the Brussels agreement, KFOR and Serbian Army officials are discussing co-operation.