|Four years since Kosovo proclaimed independence
|Eleven years since the attack against Serbs near Podujevo
|Dinar up by 0.2 percent, exchange rate RSD 108.3
|Nordic film festival opens at DKC
|Djukic-Dejanovic: Elections on April 29 or May 6
|Greece and NATO: Building security when times are tough
|Greek MoD tells NATO chief: Greek financial woes have not affected country's defence system
|NATO Secretary General to visit Turkey
|Greek Government approves 10 relief measures for businesses damaged in riots
|Macedonian Government hails Papademos consent to meet Gruevski
|More than 50 000 people in Bulgaria lost their jobs in January 2012
|Bulgaria to impose full smoking ban in public places
|Stefanovic: Referendum pointless
|Serbia-Turkey defence cooperation is improving
|KiM Minister: Lack of unity detrimental to position of Serbia
|Lavrov: Do not ignore outcome of referendum
|Serbian-Italian cooperation to be intensified
|FYRMacedonia: Fresh snowfalls not causing major traffic difficulties
|Montenegro: France provides material support, Greece and Slovenia send helicopters and rescue teams to Montenegro
|Croatia: Hackers attack foreign ministry website
|Huge financial losses because of frozen Danube
|Documentary "Sky over Srebrenica" brings secret protocols and unpublished recordings of General of UN
|5.000 viewers attend regional premiere of film "In the land of blood and honey" in Sarajevo
|BiH: UWC launches competition for scholarships
|Trial against Ratko Mladic to start on May 14
|Referendum ends, turnout totals 75 per cent
|New Belgrade-Pristina round on Feb. 21
|William Burns to visit Western Balkan countries
16:54 | 0 | Tanjug
Parliamentary elections will be held on April 29 or May 6, Serbian parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic has said, adding that she and Serbian President Boris Tadic will call the local and parliamentary elections by March 11.
12:04 | 0 | Tanjug
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated on Thursday that the international community should not ignore the outcome of the referendum in the mainly Serb-populated parts of Kosovo.
12:16 | 0 | Tanjug
Defence cooperation between Serbia and Turkey is on the rise and such trend should be preserved to mutual interest, Serbian state secretary for Defence Tanja Miscevic and Undersecretary in the Turkish Defence Ministry Lt. Gen. Umit Dundar stated.
12:21 | 0 | Tanjug
“The referendum will leave no mark on history, and it will yield no result. In a way, that was a party referendum which sent a wrong message that North Kosovo Serbs cannot agree with their own state,” Stefanovic said in a statement for Tanjug.
16:58 | 0 | Tanjug
The traditional Nordic Panorama film festival will open Friday evening at the Cultural Center of Belgrade (DKC), and run until February 21.
17:03 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian dinar went up by 0.2 percent against the hard currency on Friday, setting the official middle exchange rate at RSD 108.3777 for EUR 1, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) released.
17:31 | 0 | Emg.rs
Today is the 11th anniversary since the attack on the bus of the Nis Express company, near Podujevo, in northeastern Kosmet, when 12 Kosmet serbs were killed and 43 injured. The youngest among them, Danilo Cokic was only two years old.
17:37 | 0 | Emg.rs, Beta
Kosovo unilaterally proclaimed independence on Feb. 17, 2008, and four years since the Kosovo Parliament approved the declaration, Kosovo's independence has been recognized by 87 member states of the United Nations.
07:43 | 0 | Beta
A new round of the Belgrade-Pristina dialog, focussing on Pristina's regional representation and the implementation of the achieved agreements, will start in Brussels on Feb. 21, European Commission spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic told BETA on Feb. 16.
07:45 | 0 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
During a news conference, members of the referendum commission Ljubomir Radovic, Ljiljana Ljumovic and Dalibor Milunovic stated that the turnout was rather high, just like in the case with the 2006 referendum on compliance with the Serbian Constitution.