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Serbia police detain dozens after fourth night of virus protests

BELGRADE: Serbian police have detained 71 people after clashes during the fourth night of anti-government protests against the Serbian president that were initially sparked by his plans to reintroduce a coronavirus lockdown. Fourteen policemen were injured in the rioting Friday evening when hundreds of right-wing demonstrators tried to storm the ...

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Serbia opposition supporters invade state-run TV

BELGRADE: Opponents of Serb President Aleksandar Vucic broke into the state-run RTS television building on Saturday, demanding to address the population, in images aired live. There have been weekly opposition protests since December against what they describe as Vucic’s slide towards autocratic rule, while accusing RTS of pandering to the ...

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Serbian President accuses UK, USA, Germany of helping create Kosovo Army

SPUTNIK: Earlier, the Serbian president requested an urgent UN Security Council meeting on the issue of the self-proclaimed Kosovo Republic creating its own army. He stated that Pristina’s actions could disrupt peace in the western Balkans. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic accused the US, UK, and Germany of aiding the self-proclaimed Kosovo ...

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Serbia calls to stop Kosovo from forming army

BELGRADE: The Serbian leadership calls on the international community and NATO-led Kosovo Force (KFOR) to stop the Kosovar authorities from creating an independent army since the move would endanger peace in the Balkan region, Marko Djuric, the director of the Serbian government’s office for Kosovo and Metohija, told Sputnik on ...

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Protesters block route of Serbian leader in Kosovo

MITROVICA: Hundreds of Kosovar Albanians blocked access to a village due to be visited by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic Sunday, an AFP journalist said, as a festering row over Kosovo independence clouds hopes that the war foes can normalise relations. Demonstrators used vehicles and tree trunks to create a barricade ...

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Serbia raises 3.1 billion dinars in T-bond auction

BELGRADE: Serbia’s debt agency said it had raised 3.102 billion serbian dinars (26.34 million euros) in a T-bond auction. Below are the auction details. MATURITY DATE: Feb 8, 2028 REMAINING MATURITY: 9 years, 6 months TARGETED AMOUNT: 11.545 billion dinars YIELD: 4.8 percent ANNUAL COUPON RATE: 5.875 percent TOTAL ALLOTMENT: ...

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FIFA World Cup group qualifying scenarios for knockout rounds

MOSCOW: With the second round of World Cup group games completed on Sunday, qualification for the knockout rounds is now clearer. The top two teams in each group go into the last 16. In the case of teams finishing level on points, FIFA has put in place seven tie-breakers starting ...

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Kosovo celebrates 10 years since declaring independence

PRISTINA: Security forces marched through the capital of Kosovo today as it celebrates a decade since declaring independence, a moment of pride for its ethnic Albanian majority although sovereignty remains fiercely contested by Serbia. The parade is part of a weekend of festivities and comes a day after Pristina-born British ...

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Kosovo: Serb leader Ivanovic assassinated in Mitrovica

MITROVICA: The leader of the Civic Initiative SDP Oliver Ivanovic was assassinated on Tuesday in Kosovska Mitrovica, Blic newspaper wrote citing the politician’s lawyer. Oliver Ivanovic, an ethnic Serb political leader in northern Kosovo, has been shot dead in front of his office in the Serb-dominated northern part of the ...

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Natasa Stankovic: Daddy got me Fukrey Returns

Serbian dancer and actress Natasa Stankovic says her performance in the song Dance dance in political crime drama film Daddy got her chance to be a part of Fukrey Returns. “Bosco and Caesar choreographed the song Dance dance and that’s where we met for the first time. They was very ...

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