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Main opposition Republican People?s Party (CHP) leader Kemal K?l?çdaro?lu has criticized President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an for interfering in every aspect of the governme

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Finance Dusan Vujovic announced on Thursday the adoption of a new law on fees, which will envisage the introduction of an electronic sys

WASHINGTON - Chairperson-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, met in Washington Thursda

A man and a woman aged 77 and 74 respectively were severely injured Wednesday after explosion of a gas cylinder in their home in the Sofia Geo Milev neighborhood.

President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an?s continued harsh criticisms of the Central Bank have raised concerns about the future of its governor, Erdem Ba?ç?, as well as Deputy P

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CHP head accuses president of 'meddling with everything'

Main opposition Republican People?s Party (CHP) leader Kemal K?l?çdaro?lu has criticized President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an for interfering in every aspect of the government?s work and for ?talking too much.?

Kerry: Serbia is taking on increasingly important role

WASHINGTON - Chairperson-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, met in Washington Thursday with United States Secretary of State John Kerry, who said that Serbia is taking on an increasingly important role in many respects.

Future law on fees to introduce electronic system

BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Finance Dusan Vujovic announced on Thursday the adoption of a new law on fees, which will envisage the introduction of an electronic system for filing and paying fees.

He said that a working group tasked with drafting the law was formed two days ago, adding that this document will be drafted in the next few months.

Turkish president's jab at Central Bank stirs markets, politics

President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an?s continued harsh criticisms of the Central Bank have raised concerns about the future of its governor, Erdem Ba?ç?, as well as Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, both of whom are widely respected among global market players. Speculations about the possible resignation of both Ba?ç?

Loose Hose on Gas Cyllinder Sends People in Hospital

A man and a woman aged 77 and 74 respectively were severely injured Wednesday after explosion of a gas cylinder in their home in the Sofia Geo Milev neighborhood.

After the explosion wave hit, the window pane at the balcony of the appartment fell down and smashed right in front of the building. There have been no injured pedestrians.

German union reacts over 'greedy Greeks' campaign

The German Federation of Journalists (DJV) on Thursday condemned Bild newspaper for running a campaign calling its readers to take a picture of themselves next to a front page reading: ?No more billions for the greedy Greeks.?

Vandals spray swastikas on memorial to murdered anti-fascist rapper

Keratsini Municipality in southern Athens said on Thursday that there is still an ?open front? with fascists in the area after a monument erected in memory of rapper Pavlos Fyssas, murdered by a Golden Dawn member in September 2013, was vandalized.