World Cup 2018: Serbia in Group E with Brazil, Switzerland and Costa Rica

Underachieving players and lost points due to crowd trouble have kept Serbia from qualifying for the last three major tournaments. But everyone got their act together for this qualifying cycle, and the Serbians put together an impressive run in their group, finishing on top of the Republic of Ireland, Wales, and Austria.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed at Windsor Castle in May

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in May, Kensington Palace says, reported BBC.

The Royal Family will pay for the wedding, including the service, music, flowers and reception - the date will be announced later.

Ms Markle, 36, a Protestant, will be baptised into the Church of England and confirmed before the wedding.

FIFA Approves a Tournament for Countries that did not Qualify for the World Cup

FIFA will approve a potential tournament involving national teams that have not qualified for World Cup 2018 in Russia. The idea of ​​such a championship came from the US Football Federation. According to the BBC, FIFA will not interfere with the tournament, which will be presented as an alternative world championship.

Former British Minister Involved in Sexual Harassment Scandal Committed Suicide

Former British regional minister Carl Sargeant, who was involved in one of the sexual harassment scandals that continue to shake the British political class, was found dead a few days after he resigned, the Welsh police reported, quoted by the France press.

Greek was attacked in London because of his accent! (PHOTOS)

Greek-born Dimitris Legakis has lived and worked in Wales for 17 years and considers the UK his home. But since he was hurt in a racially motivated attack last year, he fears for the safety of his family.

It follows official figures released in October showing the number of hate crimes across England and Wales rose by 29% in 2016-17.

Bulgaria Plans to Spend 2.25 bln Euro on Defence, Security in 2018

Bulgaria plans to spend 4.4 billion levs ($2.64 billion/2.25 billion euro) on defence and security next year, figures from the 2018 draft budget proposed by the finance ministry showed on Monday.

The planned expenditure represents 4.2% of the gross domestic product (GDP) projected for 2018, the ministry said in a statement.