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  1. Injured migrants recovering well - doctorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | B92

    Dimitrijevic said that 24 injured migrants were currently in the Leskovac hospital. All patients are in a much better condition now and I believe they are likely to leave hospital on Monday, he said.

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  2. Serbia begins NATO partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | SETimes news

    Serbia's IPAP agreement with NATO represents the highest level of co-operation between the Alliance and non-member states. [AFP] According to US Ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby, the two-year Individual Partnership Action Plan approved January 15th will take effect in March. 9 comments

  3. Minibus crashes into pole near government HQRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | B92

    A minibus traveling on the E1 line on Wednesday afternoon swerved off the road in Nemanjina St. in Belgrade and collided with a street pole. According to the city's emergency medical service, the passengers suffered minor injuries and were receiving medical assistance.

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  4. 16,500 people sought asylum in Serbia last yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | B92

    Deputy Commissioner for Refugees and Migration Ivan Gerginov said on Wednesday that 16,500 people have sought asylum in Serbia in 2014. Gerginov told TV Pink that the number of asylum seekers is growing rapidly, recalling that only 44 persons were placed in asylum centers in 2008.

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  5. 40 injured as van packed with migrants overturnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | B92

    A traffic accident early on Tuesday on a highway near the town of Leskovac, southern Serbia, left 40 people injured, 20 of whom seriously. The public broadcaster RTS is reporting that a vehicle transporting migrants turned over near the village of Donje Krajince at around 05:00 CET this morning.

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  6. Slovak MEP praises diversity in Serbia's northern provinceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    Eduard Kukan has taken part in the celebrations of the 15th anniversary of International Mother Language Day in Kovacica, in Serbia's province of Vojvodina. The town is one of the centers of the Slovak minority in Serbia, the Slovak member of the EP Committee for Foreign Affairs and Chair of the Parliamentary Delegation for Relations with Serbia noted in a statement.

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  7. Dacic meets with LGBT representatives, apologizesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has met with representatives of the LGBT population over the weekend and apologized for a statement he made in 2013. "I am sorry that my statement sounded as an insult to the LGBT population. 3 comments

  8. Warehouse storing cleaning products burns downRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    A fire that broke out early on Monday in the DM company's warehouse in Belgrade has spread to some 3,000 square meters, firefighter said. The blaze at times reached up to 50 meters in height, while sporadic explosions were also heard.

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  9. EP 'concerned about freedom of expression'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    European Parliament Rapporteur for Serbia David McAllister has said that media freedom is "crucial for the functioning of the media." McAllister, who was visiting Serbia this week , spoke for Radio Free Europe to say that EU's report on Serbia's progress from 2014 stated the same he did in his draft report - the freedom of the media is crucial for their functioning.

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  10. Blair's spin doctor recounts 'fascinating trip' to BelgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    Alastair Campbell, known as former British PM Tony Blair's spin doctor, has written a post on his blog about his recent "fascinating" visit to Belgrade. He recently held a lecture for Serbian government employees tasked with public relations, causing considerable media attention, while the government announced that "cooperation with him and Blair's consultancy will help modernize the state apparatus."

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  11. Thaci explains why Albanians are leaving KosovoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    Hashim Thaci says that thousands of citizens from Kosovo have flocked to the West "because of rumors Germany was generously handing out work permits." The Kosovo foreign minister spoke for the German conservative daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and was asked why "Kosovo citizens are leaving their homeland."

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  12. 'Poisoned' students had 'collective psychosomatic reaction'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    Students in an elementary school in Sajkas, northern Serbia, who fainted and reported with symptoms suggesting their were poisoned, suffered from mass hysteria. The Ministry of Education has officially announced that the incident earlier this month was the result of "collective unconscious psychosomatic reaction."

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  13. Dacic 'can't defend Serbia's integrity less than Ukraine's'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | B92

    Ivica Dacic has asked Albania to "concern itself with issues related to OSCE principles and not worry about Belgrade-Pristina talks." The Serbian foreign minister spoke in Vienna on Thursday in his role as OSCE chairperson, during the winter session of the organization's parliamentary assembly.

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  14. 'Censorship in Serbia is easy to prove' - RWBRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | B92

    Executive director of Reporters Without Borders Christian Mihr has said that "censorship in Serbia is neither direct nor transparent, but is easy to prove." Mihr is one of the authors of the organization's recently published report about media freedom in the world, the Beta agency said.

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  15. Mayor of Moscow to soon visit BelgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | B92

    On Thursday, Mali conferred with Russian Ambassador in Serbia Aleksandr Chepurin and the main topic of their talks covered the visit of the Moscow mayor to Belgrade. Moscow Government Minister Sergei Cheryomin should visit Serbia soon to prepare Sobyanin's visit, Mali said.

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  16. OSCE calls for full protection of property rights in KosovoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | B92

    The continued presence of illegal re-occupation of properties gives a cause for concern and calls for a determined response by Kosovo institutions. They should "guarantee the full protection of the property rights of all communities in Kosovo," said an OSCE Mission report published on Thursday.

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  17. President, PM meet with EP rapporteurRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | B92

    European Parliament Rapporteur on Serbia David McAllister has "welcomed the reform measures the Serbian government" during his meeting with PM Aleksandar Vucic. The German MEP also said on Thursday that Serbia's progress on its EU path in 2015 was "not only possible, but also realistic."

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  18. MPs won't discuss initiative to dismiss presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | B92

    Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic has announced that she cannot include an initiative to dismiss President Tomislav Nikolic to parliament's agenda. The reason is that the petition, filed by a group of opposition deputies , did not come from at least one third of all deputies - a necessary precondition, according to parliament's rules of procedure.

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  19. 'New possibilities for cooperation with NATO'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | B92

    Serbia will have new opportunities to continue and improve cooperation with NATO, U.S. Ambassador in Serbia Michael Kirby said on Wednesday. During a lecture on the new stage of the Partnership for Peace program which he delivered before the students of the Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management of University of Business Academy in Novi Sad, Kirby recalled that the agreement on the individual action plan was reached in January. 1 comment

  20. Serb Goes BangRead the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | The Daily News-Record

    ... he's finally being rewarded." Since coming to Harrisonburg before the 2012-13 season, Cabarkapa a native of Novi Sad, Serbia has appeared in just 17 games, scoring a grand total of 41 points. Myriad factors have led to Cabarkapa seeing more and more ...

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