Opinions & Analyses

Commission expects indictments in Ćuruvija case

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Last year, to mark the anniversary of the murder of Slavko Ćuruvija, hopes were voiced that next year there would be some progress in identifying the killera and those who ordered the murder.

EC President Jose Manuel Barroso, China's President Xi Jinping, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy (Beta/AP)

Opinions & Analyses

China's great gamble

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Back home, president Xi Jinping has put the burden of modernisation squarely on the single ruling party. It is quite a gamble

 A Russian flag is raised aboard a Ukrainian navy ship in Sevastopol, Crimea (Beta/AP)

Opinions & Analyses

Struggle for Ukraine has just begun

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"There is nothing we or the Ukrainian government can do to restore its control over Crimea. The crucial struggle is now for eastern Ukraine."

Russian and Crimean flags fly over the local government building in Simferopol, Ukraine (Beta/AP)

Opinions & Analyses

Russia examines its options for responding to Ukraine

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"The paradox is this: as the sphere of Western influence has moved to the east along Russia's southern frontier, the actual line of demarcation has moved westward."

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An unusual alliance

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WNYC's On the Media radio program host Bob Garfield talks with Politika editor Ljiljana Smajlović about the Serbian government's commission to investigate unsolved murders of journalists, what the commission has already accomplished and her hopes for what it might achieve in the future

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Press Room

Putin details Ukraine gas situation in letter

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The full text of Russian President Vladimir Putin's letter delivered to his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolić on April 10. Putin sent similar letters to other European leaders whose countries import natural gas via Ukraine.

Press Room

Serbian students win 3rd place at global case study competition

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The presentation day of Belgrade Business International Case Competition 2014 was held on Sunday, April 6, at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences.

Vesna Pusić (Beta)

B92 TV

"Current authorities are not responsible for crimes"

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"What is important - considering that things have come to this - is to know that what is happening in the court in The Hague is not our job, it is not the job of politicians. It is the job for the court, it is linked to the past, our job is linked to the present and the future."

Dada Vujasinović (B92)

B92 TV

Serbia: 19 Years of collecting, hiding and losing evidence

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Over a decade has passed since the death of Serbian journalists Dada Vujasinović, Slavko Ćuruvija and Milan Pantić. Ever since the fall of the regime of Slobodan Milošević in 2000, successive Serbian governments have promised to make these cases a priority. To date, no one has been charged.


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