|PIK: Choice for a Better Vojvodina wins most votes||CeSID: SNS wins 73, DS 68 seats in parliament||Basescu to IMF: No letter to Parliament if public pension fund affected||Construction of new plant starts next week, three other factories to launch operations in late May||9 Executive Directors of World Bank visited Bulgaria||Putin to assume presidential duties May 7||Hollande wins French presidency||Greeks redraw political map||Djilas: Victory in Belgrade, 36 pct of vote||EBRD helps Serbia align water services to EU standards||Telekom shares will be attractive to investors||Sowing close to end, 1.25 million ha with corn||CeSID: Tadic 26.8 - Nikolic 25.6 percent||Stability of dinar to depend on future government||List led by SNS 24.7 pct, list led by DS 23.2 pct||From runway to farms - Vojvodina gets airport until 2015?||Copper production starts in Cerovo||Slovenia's Mura plans to start production in Serbia|
07:58 07:59 | 0 | EMportal
At a news conference, Jelasic assessed that it is not a matter of whether Serbia will reach an agreement with the IMF, but rather when this will happen, pointing out that it would be best if the agreement is reached during the next IMF's visit to Serbia, at the end of October.
07:28 | 0 | EMportal
The government decided to declare September 5 a Day of Mourning for the tragic accident that took place at the Prvi Partizan munitions factory in Uzice. Serbian town Uzice will declare a mourning day on Friday due to the tragedy that occurred in the ammunition factory Prvi Partisan,
07:45 | 0 | EMportal
In addition to the monastery of Gracanica, another two Serbian Orthodox monasteries in Kosmet have been left without electricity – the Pec Patriarchate and Devic.
07:51 | 0 | EMportal
The reconstruction and renovation plan has included 45 head (stem) schools and 62 satellite school units encompassing 58 primary schools. Furthermore, 12 facilities and 11 satellite school units have been completely renovated.
07:54 | 0 | New Kosova Report
The daily newspaper Koha Ditore quotes Naim Tërnava, leader of the Islamic Community of Kosovo, as saying that Kosovo will soon be recognized by four Islamic countries: Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Yemen.
08:07 | 0 | EMportal
On September 4 in Belgrade, Serbia, five anarcho-syndicalists belonging to the 'Anarcho-Syndicalist Initiative' (ASI), a member of the AIT-IWA (International Workers' Association), were arrested by Serbian police.
16:33 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic and Minister of Defence Dragan Sutanovac attended today a commemorative gathering which was held in Uzice for the workers who tragically died in an explosion at the Prvi
16:35 | 0 | Tanjug
In a statement to Tanjug news agency, Dacic said that the five employees have been arrested on suspicion of criminal negligence which put safety at risk.