Monday Apr 14
With an eye on the EU, Serbia reforming its schools
The European Commission is urging Serbia to harmonise its labour market and education system to ensure that citizens will be able to find jobs.
Minority associations in Balkans nurture diversity, reconciliation
By Selena Petrovic, Marina Stojanovska and Ivana Jovanovic for Southeast European Times in Zagreb, Skopje and Belgrade -- 11/04/14 Several minority culture and art societies in the region are adhering to principles that exemplify tolerance, co-operation and reconciliation, a model that could be integrated into the mainstream in Balkan countries, ... (more)
'Germany expects Serbia to implement Brussels agreement'
German Ambassador Heinz Wilhelm says a possible change of the Serbian Constitution and adoption of a new Kosovo resolution was "an internal affair of Serbia."
Aleksandra Vrebalov, Kronos Quartet debut 'Beyond Zero'
Serbian-born composer Aleksandra Vrebalov wrote "Beyond Zero: 1914-1918," marking the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I, on commission from the Kronos Quartet.
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Amazing dog saved from hole after assisting with his own rescue attempt
It is believed the dog was thrown down the 4m hole and became trapped, but thankfully help was at hand.
Southeast Europe, Turkey criticise Russian moves in Ukraine
Observers in Southeast Europe and Turkey are deeply concerned about the future of eastern Ukraine and former Soviet states as Russia solidifies its hold on Crimea.