Changes brought by the so-called 'Environment' Ministry are 'against logic or science,' experts say
The International Monetary Fund said Nov. 20 it had approved a new stand-by loan for Serbia worth around one billion euros ($1.25 billion) to help it achieve economic reforms.
Construction rules and, even more so, playing without rules!
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic openly clashed with his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama over Kosovo during a fence-building visit Nov. 10, the first to Belgrade in 68 years by an Albanian leader.
Beşiktaş is ready to host Nov. 6 Belgrade’s FK Partizan on match day four of the UEFA Europa League Group C, as the Serbian side hopes to forget the revenge game of a 4-0 defeat
Just when Kosovo appeared to be heading for a degree of stability and normalcy, feuding politicians and fresh corruption scandals have plunged the fledgling Balkan nation into its worst political crisis to date.
It's been quite a year for Novak Djokovic, who is driving towards another year-ending number one spot, recently becoming a proud father and winning his third Paris Masters crown for his 600th ATP victory.
Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
Clever feats of engineering that required precise calculations of slope and hill elevation, Istanbul’s aqueducts crisscrossed the city, bringing water to the imperial city
UEFA's disciplinary committee on Oct. 24 awarded Serbia a 3-0 victory in their aborted Euro 2016 qualification match with Albania, but deducted them three points.
Beşiktaş claimed its first Europe League group stage victory on Oct. 23, handing Serbia’s Partizan its heaviest European home defeat to date with a 4-0 drubbing.
A Beşiktaş club striving for European success will face Partizan in a maiden Belgrade visit tonight
Albania on Oct. 19 condemned the burning of its flag during a football match in Serbia, the latest in a series of incidents aggravating political tensions between Belgrade and Tirana.
President Vladimir Putin accused his US counterpart Barack Obama of a hostile approach towards Russia, warning in a Cold War-style tirade that Moscow would not be blackmailed by the West over Ukraine.
Serbia's interior minister said on Oct. 16 that Albania was "not mature enough" to join the European community
The Group I game, with no away fans permitted, was interrupted when a flag depicting so-called Greater Albania was flown over the terraces and pitch by what appeared to be a remote controlled mini drone
The European Union told Belgrade on Tuesday it should prove its credentials as a future member during an upcoming visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Serbia, a historic Moscow ally.
Beşiktaş settled for a point away to Tottenham in the Europa League on Oct 2 after wasting numerous chances to defeat a rotated Spurs’ side
Gay rights activists in Serbia held their first Pride march in four years, walking through Belgrade streets emptied of traffic and pedestrians by a massive security operation
Belgrade will host a Gay Pride parade on Sept. 28 for the first time in four years after being banned for security reasons following violent protests by ultra-nationalists at the event
As the Europa League starts its 48-team group phase on Sept. 18, Turkey’s Beşiktaş is preparing to host Asteras Tripoli, a first ever Greek match-up for the Istanbul side.
Daily News - Follow us on