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Serbia eyes restrictions; virus spreads in US, Brazil, India

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — The European nation of Serbia mulled how to curb accelerating coronavirus infections following two nights of clashes involving anti-lockdown demonstrators, while the virus showed no sign of slowing Thursday in the countries...

 

AP Explains: Why do Serbia-Kosovo tensions persist?

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo flared this week after Kosovo's police raided Serb-dominated areas in the region's north and arrested scores of people. There have been clashes between Kosovo's police and local Serbs,...

 

2 letters by inventor Nikola Tesla surface in Serbia

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — A culture society in Serbia made public this month two letters that they say were written by late 19th- and early 20th-century inventor and electricity pioneer Nikola Tesla. The Adligat group told The Associated Press they...

 

Serbian govt criticized for publishing war criminals' books

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — A rights group on Saturday sharply criticized the Serbian government after the defense ministry published and promoted books that include the war memories of two former generals convicted of war crimes by a U.N. court. The...

 
 By Jovana Gec    Sports    July 13, 2018

Mixed emotions in Balkans over Croatia's World Cup success

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — In the Balkans, soccer is so political that it has created bitter divisions about Croatia's surprising success at the World Cup. The team will face France in the tournament final in Moscow on Sunday, provoking mixed...

 

Serbia's media stage blackout over pressure on free press

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia's embattled independent media staged a blackout Thursday to warn against what they say is Serbian leader Aleksandar Vucic's muzzling of the press by intimidation, threats and financial pressure. Dozens of Serbian medi...

 
 By Jovana Gec    Regional    August 11, 2017

Extreme heat decimating crops in parts of Europe

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Evidence is piling up that this year's sizzling summer in central and southeastern Europe has decimated crops, drained rivers and hurt the animal world. As the drought's costs become clearer, temperatures in Serbia,...

 

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