|LDP: Final round of talks with Tadic tonight||Bomb kills three people in northern Serbia||Serbian police is the most important factor of stability in the country||EMG's editorial staff and TV Avala's employees on strike, Pravda suspends its edition||Moody's downgrades Croatia's outlook||Moody’s agency confirms Montenegro Ba3 credit rating||Moody's cuts Greek domestic rating ceiling||Greece: Golden Dawn denies role in migrant attacks||Bloody climax to car theft incident in Athens||Syrian Envoy officially gone from Bulgaria||Bulgaria, Serbia sign agreement on military cooperation||Dacic: Serbia lacks majority to form government||Serbia ranks fifth in number of asylum seekers||Road through Rudare passable, KFOR checks vehicles||250 new police members assume duty in Belgrade police||Djelic: Consensus necessary before govt. is formed|
19:35 | 0 | Emg.rs
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic said today that the Serbian police is the most important factor of stability in the country and pointed out that there is no strong state without a strong police and army.
06:51 | 0 | Tanjug
Member of the Democratic Party (DS) presidency Bozidar Djelic said Saturday that before government is formed, it was necessary to reach as broad as possible a consensus between all parliamentary parties, trade unions and international partners about a range of key measures to
06:55 | 0 | Emg.rs
On the occasion of the Day of the Ministry of the Interior and Police, 250 police officers took an oath at the police headquarters in Belgrade.
06:58 | 0 | Tanjug
A northern Kosovo road, from Leposavic to Kosovska Mitrovica via Zvecan, from which KFOR removed a number of roadblocks on Friday, which led to clashes between KFOR soldiers and citizens in the village of Rudare, is now passable to vehicles.
07:00 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia is ranked fifth when it comes to the number of asylum seekers in the countries of the European Union last year, according to the European Commission's annual report on immigration and asylum for 2012.
07:01 | 0 | Tanjug
Socialist Party of Serbia leader Ivica Dacic said in Banja Luka Saturday that Serbia does not have a parliamentary majority to form the government at present.
07:24 | 0 | BNR
The agreement regulates the relations between the two institutes in the sphere of military-technical cooperation and provides for mutual access to their laboratories, exchange of expertise and organization of scientific conferences.
11:31 11:58 | 0 | Emg.rs
Ekonom:east Magazin's editorial staff and TV Avala's employees on strike, Pravda daily stops its print edition.
19:39 | 0 | Tanjug
Three people were killed early Sunday morning, and eight were injured in a bomb blast at a cafe in the village of Idvor, northern Serbia, Novica Antonic, spokesman for the police of the city of Pancevo, told Tanjug.