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PM pledges to ensure smooth running of Ombudsman's office

PM pledges to ensure smooth running of Ombudsman's office

PM BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met with the country's Protector of Citizens Sasa Jankovic on Monday and pledged to ensure the conditions for the smooth performance of the Protector of Citizens' activities, the Serbian ... Tanjug, 1 month ago
Southeast European Times

Serbia faces accusations of media censorship

The Serbian government is facing criticism over the lack of media freedom in the country. Serbia is facing criticism from international organisations amid accusations that officials are censoring media outlets that were critical of the government's ...
 Southeast European Times1 month ago

02:00 Merkel to ask Vucic about Nikolic's gesture, too

Belgrade Berlin is angry at Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic because of his meeting with the Duma President Sergey Naryshkin. That shall no doubt be talked about during Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's visit to Germany. This very important visit ...
 Blic Online1 month ago
Inter Press Service

Internet Censorship Floods Serbia

Civil Society , Democracy , Europe , Headlines , Press Freedom Credit: Public Domain BELGRADE, Jun 2 2014 (IPS) - Waters have receded in Serbia after the worst flooding the country has seen in 120 years, and something new has surfaced, apart ...
 Inter Press Service1 month ago

England U19s 6-0 Montenegro

A Jordon Ibe hat-trick helped England U19s get their Elite Qualifying Round off to a perfect start with a resounding 6-0 victory over Montenegro in Walsall. The Liverpool youngster scored either side of goals from Chelsea's Lewis Baker, ...
 TheFA.com2 months ago
New Scientist

Balkan flood zones may face even more rain next week

A week of devastating floods and landslides in the Balkans has killed at least 45 people. More rainfall could be on its way Most of the damage has been in Serbia, and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Thousands of properties have been wrecked, and 50,000 ...
 New Scientist2 months ago
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