Serbian nationalists

PM wants ministers with "personal agendas" removed from govt

Brnabic said on Tuesday that this reconstruction of her cabinet was necessary in order "not endanger its efficient functioning."

That is why, she said, she asked Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to meet as soon as possible after his return from Brussels to consult with him on "personnel solutions."

"It's president who should decide on government reshuffle"

According to Vulin, "until then, ministers should do their job."

"This should be decided by Aleksandar Vucic as the president whom Serbia trusts and for whom it votes, but also as a man who formulated the policy that gathered us in the government and made Serbia an independent and prosperous country," Vulin told the Monday's edition of the tabloid Alo.

Bosnia's Bursac Wins European Press Prize

Dragan Bursac, a columnist at Al Jazeera Balkans, is the winner of the European Press Prizes 2018 in the category of "Opinion", for his column "The Third Shooting of the Boy Petar from Konjic", it was announced on Wednesday in Budapest.

The column recalled the tragic fate of Petar, a seven-year-old Bosnian Serb boy who was killed in Bosnia's 1992-95 war.

ICTY rejected Mladic's request to extend the appeal deadline

The Appeals Chamber of the Judicial Mechanism in The Hague (ICTY) rejected the request of Mladic's defense to extend the deadline for the appeal against the first-instance verdict for another 90 days, as it believes it is not supported by new arguments which were adopted in December, reports Serbian daily "Vecernje Novosti".

Computer Analysis ‘Could Show Karadzic’s Intent in Srebrenica’

Two UK-based professors have asked to present an analysis carried out with artificial intelligence-inspired software of Radovan Karadzic’s alleged intent to commit genocide in Srebrenica at the former Bosnian Serb leader’s appeals hearing in The Hague.