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Heat Wave Chaos: From Hajj Tragedy to Tropical Storms and Flooding

A widespread heat wave has enveloped regions across the US, Europe, and parts of the Balkans, bringing severe consequences in various areas. In Saudi Arabia, the annual Hajj pilgrimage has been marred by extreme temperatures, with reports indicating that over 500 pilgrims have tragically lost their lives due to the scorching conditions.

Ivan Jovanovic appointed new coach of Greek national soccer team

Serbian soccer coach Ivan Jovanovic will be helming Greece's national team after reaching an agreement with the Hellenic Soccer Federation, it was reported on Monday.

The former coach of Greek powerhouse Panathinaikos has been without a team since leaving the Greek club in December. During his tenure with the "greens," he led them to the Greek Cup.

Petkovic informs Latin American ambassadors of situation in Kosovo-Metohija

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic met with the ambassadors of Latin American countries in Belgrade - Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela - to thank them for supporting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia and for their consistent respect of UNSCR 1244 as well as their full support for Serbia's struggle in internation

Vucevic thanks Mexico for abstaining in UNGA vote

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Milos Vucevic received Mexican Ambassador to Belgrade Carlos Felix on Monday, thanking his country for abstaining in a recent UN General Assembly vote on a Srebrenica resolution.

Vucevic noted that the resolution would definitely not help stabilise the region or improve the relations between Serbs and Bosniaks, the government said in a statement.

First human case of H5N2 bird flu died from multiple factors: WHO

A man infected with H5N2 bird flu, the first confirmed human infection with the strain, died from multiple factors, the WHO said on Friday, adding that investigations were ongoing.

The World Health Organization announced on Wednesday that the first laboratory-confirmed human case of infection with H5N2 avian influenza virus had been reported from Mexico.

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