Vucic Surfs on Wave of Scandal That Should Drown Him

The group arrested on February 4 is suspected of monstrous assassinations, racketeering and drug dealing.

Its leaders, Belivuk and Marko Miljkovic, were also leaders of a group of Partizan football club fans. A sniper and other weapons were found on the premises of those so-called "fans" used at the Partizan stadium.

Serbia Convicts Yugoslav Soldier of Killing Albanian Civilians

Belgrade Higher Court on Tuesday sentenced Bosko Soldatovic, a former member of Military Police Company of the Yugoslav People's Army's Second Proletarian Guards Mechanised Brigade, to 15 years for killing nine Albanian civilians in Bogdanovci in Croatia, in November 1991, Serbian newspaper Danas reported.

Kosovo Serb Politician Faces Questions over ‘Ivanovic Murder Video’

Special Prosecutor Syle Hoxha, who is investigating last year's murder of Kosovo Serb political party leader Oliver Ivanovic, told BIRN on Tuesday that he wants to question Rada Trajkovic about her claim that she was offered a videotape of the killing.

Kosovo Serb politician Trajkovic made the claim to Serbian media on September 28, saying that she refused to take the tape.

US diplomat "to take over Kosovo reconciliation mission"

He should also take up one of the key roles in future negotiations between the two sides, Danas said it learned.

This newspaper referred to diplomatic sources in the West to report that "it has not yet been determined who will be the main US negotiator in the next stage of the negotiations, which should be final when it comes to resolving the Kosovo issue."

Serbian Officials Condemn Montenegro Unification Events Ban

Officials and politicians in Serbia on Sunday condemned Podgorica's decision to ban ceremonies marking the 100th anniversary of the unification of Serbia and Montenegro.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he doesn't understand the decision, which he said prohibits people in Montenegro from "thinking differently and having a different view of the past".

Trade union, workers curious about Fiat's future in Serbia

As the Fiat Chrysler Group, like other large carmakers, does not have cars in stock but aligns the manufacturing process with the orders coming from dealerships - so the Kragujevac-based factory had 105 working days this year through the last weekend, producing over 43,000 vehicles of all versions of the Fiat 500L model.

Vucic and Thaci to be nominated for Nobel Peace Prize?

This might happen if if the Kosovo issues has been resolved by the spring of 2019, writes the newspaper Danas.

According to the daily, which refers to international diplomatic circles, the first step towards a possible nomination of the Kosovo president is his biography entitled "New State, Modern Statesman," that is being promoted this year in the Western capitals.