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National Post

Mihailo Papazoglu: Serbia and Canada, fighting on the right side of history
National Post
... for more than 2,600 Serbian soldiers, who defended the capital knowing Army Headquarters had already erased their names from the list of the living. They were left behind as an ultimate sacrifice, but have never been forgotten. (Ask any kid in ...


Gavrilo Princip, who triggered a war, was also a Serbian hero
The Globe and Mail
Belgrade, Serbia, 28 July 1914: Just one month later, the first artillery shells in First World War began to fall on the city's Danube and Sava river banks and neighbourhoods under the hot, burning summer sun. For Serbia this is the end of a month-long ...

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Aljazeera.com

Serbia's degree mills
Aljazeera.com
The publication of the first text entitled "Getting a PhD in Serbia Has Never Been Easier: The Case of Minister of Internal Affairs Nebojsa Stefanovic" provoked a storm of reactions in Serbian society. Nebojsa Stefanovic, currently the minister of ...


B92

Serbia "loyal to EU - but not at expense of economy"
B92
The balanced policy of the Serbian government regarding the conflicts in Ukraine will face a test in the coming period as it is being met with opposition in countries that want Serbia to join the European Union quickly, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica ...
Vucic: Serbia's loyalty to the EU is not in questionInSerbia News
Serbia Urges Asset Sale Law in Search for New InvestorsBloomberg
Balkans: Mogherini in Serbia calls for progress in reformsANSAmed
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InSerbia News

MFA: Serbian citizens urged to immediately leave Libya
InSerbia News
At this point, the Embassy of Serbia in Tripoli remains open, but due to the situation, it can provide consular protection to a limited extent. The Embassy can provide warnings regarding the crisis situation in Tripoli and the surrounding area, as well ...
Serbian citizens advised to leave Libya immediatelyB92

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UEFA.com

Serbia fall short
UEFA.com
The cyclical nature of football was illustrated by the shoot-out at the Puskás Akadémia Pancho Aréna as Mijat Gačinović – who converted Serbia's fourth spot kick in the semi-final shoot-out against Portugal in 2013 – blazed their first effort over the bar.


Source: Beta, Politika
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The residence of Oliver Potežica, Serbia's ambassador in Tripoli, Libya, was hit by a missile the daily Politika is reporting on Monday. Show here the full text of ... High ranking Serbian officers were selling weapons to KLA during 1998/99. We beat ...


Daily Mail

The cardiologist who's BREAKING hearts: Serbian doctor swamped with patients ...
Daily Mail
She was elected as a councillor in her home city of Cacak in southern Serbia, and says she hopes to develop her political career alongside her work in medicine. Ms Pavlovic is currently in her fifth and final year of medical school in the central ...

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Fox News

Ex-Netherlands, South Korea soccer coach Dick Advocaat hired by Serbia
Fox News
Newly-appointed Serbian national soccer team coach Dick Advocaat poses for photographers with a Serbian jersey during a press conference in Stara Pazova, Serbia, Monday, July 28, 2014. Advocaat signed a two-year contract with Serbia and has the ...


InSerbia News

Source: Dnevnik, Tanjug
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... for the supreme military of Serbia and there is no way Kosovo can afford to staff and equip such an army. But your leaders say it would destabilize the entire region. They either do not know or they think that the Serbian military is not all it is ...
Gasic: Army of Kosovo would be threat to Serbia and regionInSerbia News
Serbia Press Review - July 28, 2014Balkan Insight

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