Pristina's police storm Zvecan municipal building, clash with residents

ZVECAN - Pristina's police stormed the building of the Zvecan municipality on Friday after firing tear gas and stun grenades at residents who had gathered outside in an attempt to stop them, a Tanjug reporter on the ground said.

Gunshots were heard in the town after clashes erupted between residents and the police.

Four people were injured in the clashes, Tanjug was told.

Vucic orders Serbian Armed Forces to full combat readiness

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic ordered the Serbian Armed Forces (SAF) to full combat readiness on Friday.

As head of state and commander-in-chief, Vucic signed an order bringing SAF troops to full combat readiness and ordered them to move urgently towards the administrative line with Kosovo-Metohija, Tanjug learns.

Mladenovac shooter temporarily transferred to prison hospital

SMEDEREVO - Following an order by the Smederevo high public prosecutor's office, a 21-year old man suspected of killing eight and wounding 12 people in a shooting spree in the territory of the Smederevo and Mladenovac municipalities on May 4 was temporarily transferred to a special prison hospital on Tuesday.

Japanese giant opens a factory in Serbia. Vučić: Everyone'll want to come PHOTO/VIDEO

President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, attends the ceremonial opening of the factories of the Japanese corporation Nidec in Novi Sad. You can watch the broadcast on TV B92 and TV Prva.
Vui has arrived and is touring the factory with its management. Together they look at the electric machines that this factory produces.

Bomb alerts sent to Belgrade schools were false - police

BELGRADE - The Serbian Ministry of Interior confirmed to Tanjug on Wednesday that bomb alerts emailed to 78 primary and 37 secondary schools in Belgrade this morning had been false.

Following counter-diversion checks in all of the schools, the police established that there were no bombs in the school buildings.

Drecun: Destabilisation aimed at getting Belgrade to give up on Community

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija Milovan Drecun said on Wednesday a destabilisation of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue was aimed at pressuring Serbia into recognising the false state of "Kosovo" and into giving up on a Community of Serb Municipalities as defined by the Brussels Agreement.

Shooting at the school in Kosovo and Metohija, Petković reacted

''Last night around 10 p.m., unknown persons shot in the direction of the yard of Primary School "Ugljare", in the village of Ugljare, near Kosovo Polje in Kosovo and Metohija'', Aleksandar Trajkovi, President of the Provisional Body of the Municipality of Kosovo Polje, said for Tanjug.
According to Trajkovi, there were also children in the school yard at the time of the shooting.