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CNN
'Serb and volley': Serbia's rise to tennis powerhouse
CNN
... world number one rankings, Olympic medals -- Serbia, a country of just over seven million people, has defied crushing odds and financial difficulties to emerge in recent years as an unlikely tennis powerhouse. Undeniably, the Serbian tennis rise ...
Serbia's rise to tennis powerhouseWPTZ The Champlain Valley

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Serbian FM: Russia puts no pressure on Serbia's path to Europe
ITAR-TASS
Serbia is in the European space geographically, politically and in other dimensions. Our purpose is to join the EU, but not in detriment of the Serbian interests and Serbia's relations with its friends, who are not members of the European Union,” he said.
Russia: Not Putting Pressure On SerbiaRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Ministers: Russia puts no pressure on SerbiaB92
Serbia disappointed by cancellation of South Streamwww.worldbulletin.net
InSerbia News -Sputnik International -Journal of Turkish Weekly
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Vucic: 'Serbia is once again an open society'
Alabama's13.com
One of them is the China-funded Zemun-Borca bridge over the Danube river which was ceremonially opened by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic Thursday. Serbia is increasingly looking to invest in big infrastructure ...


InSerbia News
PM Vucic: 'Serbia is once again an open society'
12NewsNow.Com
One of them is the China-funded Zemun-Borca bridge over the Danube river which was ceremonially opened by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic Thursday. Serbia is increasingly looking to invest in big infrastructure ...
Chinese companies interested in Serbian spasInSerbia News
China "appreciates Serbia's balanced strategy"B92
Serbia jails 11 rights activists during China summitLexington Herald Leader

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US congressmen visit Serbia
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Chairman of the US Congress' House of Representatives Congressman Bob Goodlatte underscored that protection of citizens' freedoms through strengthening of rule of law is especially important, and commended the Serbian authorities on the results ...
US congressmen arrived in SerbiaInSerbia News
USA: Rule of law is very important for the development of SerbiaAlbeu.com

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Justice still wanting in Serbia
The Hill (blog)
In response to police services that had been judged as corrupt by both the Serbian public and politic, Vucic fired nearly every police chief. To ensure that September's Pride Parade in Belgrade did not experience the violence that marred it in 2010, ...


The Guardian
Footballers' union FifPro warns players: do not sign for clubs in Serbia
The Guardian
The world players' union FifPro has warned members not to sign for clubs in Serbia because they run the risk of not getting paid. FifPro and the Serbian Players' Association (SPFN) said that eight of the 16 teams in the top flight have had their ...
FifPro tells players not to move to SerbiaGoal.com
FIFPro warns professional footballers to reject moves to Serbia as 'there's no ...Daily Mail
Professional soccer players urged against signing for Serbian clubsFOXSports.com

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Serbia denies plans to open Russian military base
ITAR-TASS
MOSCOW, December 19. /TASS/. Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic on Friday dismissed allegations that Russia is planning to open a military base in Serbia. The Serbian top diplomat commented on the powers of the Russian emergency center in Serbia.


Xinhua
Guest post: the Serbia-China friendship bridge
FT.com (registration) (blog)
The first character in the Chinese words for Serbia and Serbian is pronounced sai. It translates as 'place of strategic importance'. As Chinese characters so often do, it offers a remarkably concise and meaningful description of Serbia's relationship ...
China, Serbia vow to upgrade strategic partnership to new levelXinhua
How to ListenRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
China to build high-speed train link between Serbia, HungaryPress TV
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InSerbia News
Davenport: Difficult period ahead for Serbia
InSerbia News
BELGRADE – A difficult period is ahead for Serbia and the courageous steps that the Serbian government is taking for the first time ever are a necessity in the fight against the legacy of state- and socially-owned enterprises, says the head of the EU ...

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