STRASBOURG -- Serbia needs to strengthen its asylum system and reception capacities to cope with the ever increasing number of arrivals, in particular from war-torn Syria.
SENTA -- A 76-year-old man in Senta, northern Serbia, on Wednesday reportedly committed suicide by detonating gas released from gas cylinders.
BELGRADE -- The Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia NUNS) has expressed concern about the circumstances that forced Aida Ćorović to the Urban-In NGO.
BELGRADE -- In terms of access to information, "Serbia is ahead of the neighboring countries, even above the European average," says Rodoljub Šabić.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government Commission for Missing Persons announced on Monday that it will ask the Priština authorities to open the archives of the KLA.
BELGRADE -- A Second World War bomb was found and removed from a construction site in Belgrade on Saturday, MUP Emergency Sector chief Predrag Marić has said.
"Was the violence on British terraces in the 1970s and 1980s comparable to Serbia today, and is the solution as simple as new laws and stronger policing?"
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.
The new report of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), submitted to the UN Security Council.