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  1. Gentiloni: Italy will back opening of chaptersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | B92

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Italy's Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni noted on Tuesday that the two countries have excellent political relations. In a meeting with Serbia's prime minister in Belgrade, Gentiloni underlined that Serbia contributes to stability in the entire region , and stated that the Italian government will advocate that EU negotiation chapters with Serbia be opened soon.

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  2. EU prospect 'cure for Balkans'; Serbia 'against' Kosovo armyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | B92

    Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Tuesday that the EU prospects are a cure that helps ease tensions in the Western Balkans. "Our area saw many conflicts in the past, and that is why the EU prospects help calm the situation in the region," Dacic said, replying to questions at 88th Rose-Roth Seminar of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly titled 'Serbia, the Western Balkans and the Euro-Atlantic Community' held in Belgrade.

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  3. 'Some chapters could be opened and closed in 2015'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | B92

    Head of the negotiating team in Serbia's EU accession talks Tanja Miscevic stated on Tuesday that Serbia is "excellently prepared for the negotiations." She also "hopes that certain chapters in the EU accession talks would be opened and closed by the end of the year," Tanjug reported.

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  4. EU integrations progress 'depends on Kosovo talks'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | B92

    Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says Serbia's progress towards the EU "will depend on the assessment of whether there is progress in the dialogue with Pristina." Speaking after his meeting in Belgrade with Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni, he told reporters that "Serbia will fulfill all that was signed in the Brussels agreement and all that is envisaged by the plan of implementation - but cannot be held responsible if someone sets new conditions."

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  5. Serbs and Greeks arrested for smuggling migrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | B92

    The Hungarian police have arrested two Serbian and two Greek citizens in two separate incidents related to illegal border crossings of a total of 28 migrants. The police in Csongrad announced on Tuesday that the two Serbian citizens were detained yesterday after midnight near Szeged for crossing the border illegally, and helping 19 migrants do the same.

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  6. UN tribunal orders Serb war criminal Seselj back to cellRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Nation

    The UN Yugoslav war crimes tribunal on Monday revoked the provisional release of ailing accused Serb leader Vojislav Seselj after he vowed not to return to the court. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia "orders the trial chamber to immediately revoke Seselj's provisional release and order his return to the United Nations Detention Unit," in The Hague, court documents said.

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  7. 'NATO has excellent cooperation with Serbia'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | B92

    NATO has excellent cooperation with Serbia, and respects its decision to not seek membership in the Alliance, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said. "Serbia is a sovereign country and has the right to make decisions regarding its future on its own," Stoltenberg told MEPs when Croatian MEP Tonino Picula asked him to comment on the joint exercises of the Serbian and Russian armed forces "close to the Croatian border."

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  8. 'They're using Seselj to punish us' - PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | B92

    According to Aleksandar Vucic, "somewhere, someone" has mistakenly calculated that Vojislav Seselj was a factor that can shake him and the government. In an op-ed he penned for the daily Politika, the prime minister added that for this reason, "someone" has started using Seselj as "a scarecrow from a box."

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  9. Seselj expects to receive Hague documentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | B92

    War crimes indictee Vojislav Seselj said on Monday he expects the decision on his return to the Hague Tribunal to be officially delivered to him on Wednesday. Seselj said he still has not received the decision, "because they wanted to deliver the document in English, and he asked for it to be translated to Serbian."

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  10. 'It would be best if Seselj surrendered'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | B92

    Rasim Ljajic says that when it comes to Vojislav Seselj, he government "will make the best decision with the aim of preserving the overall stability." Ljajic, a cabinet minister who serves as president of the Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal, also suggested that "it would be best for Seselj to surrender."

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  11. UN Tribunal Orders Serb Suspect Seselj Back To DetentionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Big News Network.com

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  12. ICTY orders Serbian nationalist Seselj to return to courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Jurist

    Seselj, who was released in November for medical treatment in Serbia, was accused of recruiting paramilitary forces during the Balkan wars. UN prosecutors are claiming [AP report] that Seselj should be sentenced to 28 years in prison for war crimes including hate speeches and the planning of rallies and violence against non-Serbs.

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  13. Serb politician Seselj ordered to return to Hague trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Al Jazeera

    ... provisional release not to obstruct the course of justice". Seselj, the president and founder of the Serbian Radical Party and a former member of the Serbian parliament, said reiterated on Monday that he will not surrender voluntarily. In an ...

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  14. War crimes court revokes Serb nationalist Seselj's compassionate ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AlertNet

    ... decade ago with inciting murder and ethnic persecution in firebrand speeches he gave as leader of the Serbian Radical Party. He had been in custody since surrendering to the Yugoslavia tribunal in 2003 and his trial is formally still ongoing. ...

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  15. UN tribunal says Serb suspect Seselj has to return to courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Star

    THE HAGUE: Appeals judges at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal ruled Monday that Serbian far-right leader Vojislav Seselj has breached conditions of his provisional release and must return to the court's cellblock in The Hague. The decision means authorities in Serbia will be ordered to detain Seselj and send him back to the United Nations tribunal where he already has spent more than a decade in custody.

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  16. Serb Nationalist Seselj Ordered Back to CellRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Wall Street Journal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands-Appeals judges at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal say Serbian far-right leader Vojislav Seselj has breached conditions of his provisional release and must return to the court's cellblock in The Hague.

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  17. ICTY revokes Vojislav Seselj's provisional releaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2014 | Deutsche Welle

    The international war crimes court in The Hague has revoked the release order of Serbian ultra-nationalist Vojislav Sesejl. The suspect had been released late last year so that he could seek medical treatment at home.

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  18. Serbian nationalist leader refuses order to return to war-crimes courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Globe and Mail

    Serbian ultra-nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj rebuffed an order on Monday to return to the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague, which released him on health grounds in November. "Let the police come.

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  19. Hague orders Seselj to return to detention unitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | B92

    The Appeals Chamber of the Hague Tribunal has decided to revoke the decision to grant Vojislav Seselj temporary release and ordered him returned to prison. After this has happened, the chamber announced, Serbia and the Netherlands will once again declare themselves on the possibility of his release, while the Trial Chamber will afterwards assess the possibility of once again granting him temporary release.

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  20. Radicals protest, burn EU, U.S., NATO flagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | B92

    Supporters of the Serb Radical Party on Tuesday staged a protest in Belgrade when they burned flags of NATO, the EU, the United States, and Kosovo. Party leader Vojislav Seselj addressed those gathered to say that Serbia must never join either NATO or the EU, "although the treasonous regime of Aleksandar Vucic is working on it."

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