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RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Albania's premier urges Serbia to recognize breakaway Kosovo
Washington Post
Rama was reacting to an op-ed article by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic published Monday. Vucic urged a lasting solution for Kosovo, a former province of Serbia which has been a source of tensions in the once war-torn Balkans. The prime minister ...
Vucic Says Serbia Must Resolve Dispute With Kosovo 'Together'RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Serbia's president urges nation to resolve Kosovo relationsMiami Herald
Serbia and Israel ink defense deal; Israel firm on KosovoB92

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Mirror.co.uk
Mystery as six 'UFOs' spotted floating in night sky in sleepy Serbian town
Mirror.co.uk
Locals in a sleepy Serbian town have been left baffled by bizarre footage of what appears to be six UFOs . Residents living in Donji Milanovac in eastern Serbia filmed six bright lights that suddenly appeared in the night sky at around 10pm. The ...


ReliefWeb
UNHCR Serbia Update, 17 - 23 July 2017
ReliefWeb
4,899, i.e. 94%, were accommodated in 18 governmental centres, which provide some 6,000 hard-shelter places (below chart refers). Some centres, especially the Transit Centres (TC) of Adasevci and Principovac remained overcrowded, as they still used ...


The Australian
Rio Tinto moves big Jadar lithium and boron deposit in Serbia to the front burner
The Australian
Rio Tinto has upgraded the status of the big Jadar lithium and boron deposit in Serbia to that of its most likely growth project, revealing that if it gets approvals and the economics support it, it will start construction in 2020 and reach first ...
Rio Tinto signs lithium agreement with SerbiaAustralian Mining
Rio Tinto, Serbia in outline deal to move giant lithium project forwardNasdaq
Rio Tinto signs MoU with Serbia to develop Jadar lithium-borate projectMining Technology
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Balkan Insight
Serbian Unions Clash Over Deal With Fiat
Balkan Insight
The Samostalni union, representing workers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in Serbia who recently went on strike for better salaries and working conditions, signed a new collective agreement on Tuesday, which will run for three years and involves them ...
Serbia's Fiat management, workers reach deal to end month-long strikeXinhua
Car maker FCA Srbija, striking workers agree on terms to continue operations - govtSeeNews
Fiat management and workers reach dealB92

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Balkan Insight
Serbian Seniors Toil for Survival After Retirement
Balkan Insight
And it is no wonder that pensioners in Serbia work part-time jobs, as more than one million of them receive less than 200 euros (25,000 dinars) per month, not even enough to scrape by. Selling ice cream on the street is considered a suitable job for ...

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Anadolu Agency
Serbian police make 250 arrests, seize weapons
Anadolu Agency
The operation -- codenamed Ares -- saw officers seize weapons, ammunition and explosives according to the country's interior ministry. Police also uncovered an illegal workshop manufacturing guns and ammunition in Serbia's eastern city of Zajecar.

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africanews
Djokovic likely to miss US Open, say Serbian media
africanews
Serbia's Sportski Zurnal reported that the 30-year-old could face up to 12 weeks on the sidelines. If Djokovic does sit out the trip to New York, it will end his run of 51 consecutive appearances at grand slams and mean dropping further down the world ...
Novak Djokovic "99 percent certain to miss US Open"B92
Bone bruising to keep Novak Djokovic out of US hardcourt seasonHerald Sun

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B92
Ukraine prepared to "judge" Serbian filmmaker Kusturica
B92
They also used the opportunity to directly address the film director and musician, and "express regret that one man, who aspires to be considered a member of the cultural elite of the Republic of Serbia and the Serbian people, has sunk so low as to ...

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The Sofia Globe
Serbian president Vučić thanks Bulgaria for efforts to continue EU expansion
The Sofia Globe
Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić has thanked Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva for their support for Serbia's European path and thanked Bulgaria for its continuing efforts to continue the enlargement ...

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