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A Teenager Murdered his Sister’s Boyfriend just Because he was a Serb

TRAGEDY: Hatred of a Young Croat Made to Families to Mourn A Teenager Murdered his Sister’s Boyfriend just Because he was a Serb

Mirko Marković (23) was killed in Germany by Dominik (17), Brother of Daniela S. (18), his girlfriend he was planning to marry. The murder happened before Daniela’s prom, where Marko was to be her date.

EUR 995 million allocated for Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said that EUR 995 million in favorable loans and grants had been earmarked for Serbia at the international donors’ conference for Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in Brušels on Wednesday, adding that he was very pleased and proud about it.

Wozniacki effortlessly through to 2nd round in Istanbul Cup

Top-seed Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark easily advanced to the second round of the Istanbul Cup, defeating Belinda Bencic of Switzerland 6-0, 6-0 on July 15.

Wozniacki allowed no hope for the 17-year-old, dubbed as the leading player in her age group, and finished with a “double bagel,” giving away no games.

Six young Serbian mathematicians win six medals

Six young Serbian mathematicians win six medals

BELGRADE -- A team of six Serbian high school students that took part in the 55th International Mathematical Olympiad in Cape Town has returned home with six medals.

The Serbian youths competed with 560 of their peers from 101 countries from around the world, winning one gold, three silver, and two bronze medals.

Indictment for war crimes against Serb civilians in Odzak

SARAJEVO - The prosecutor of the Special Department for War Crimes of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Prosecutor's Office has raised an indictment against four former members of the Croatian Defence Council suspected of rape, torture and sexual abuse of Serb women in the area of Odzak, northern part of the Bosniak and Croatian entity of Bosnia-Herzegovina, during the war in the former Yugoslavia, in the

Merkel Hails Balkans’ EU Progress in Dubrovnik

Merkel stressed that the countries of South-eastern Europe, SEE, have an ally in Germany as they continue on their path to membership of the European Union.

The Chancellor, widely seen as Europe’s most powerful leader, was attending the Brdo-Brijuni summit, which gathers political leaders from all the states of former Yugoslavia plus Albania.

Brussels hosts donor conference for Serbia and Bosnia

Brussels hosts donor conference for Serbia and Bosnia

BELGRADE -- An international donor conference will be held in Brussels on Wednesday to raise funds for the reconstruction of areas affected by floods in Serbia and Bosnia.

Merkel: Positive process of talks must continue

DUBROVNIK - German Chancellor Angela Merkel commended Belgrade and Pristina in Dubrovnik on Tuesday on the progress made in the talks with the EU as the mediator.

Gay Campaigners Celebrate Victory in Croatia

Croatia’s parliament has adopted a Law on Life Partnership, giving same-sex unions most of the same rights that married couples enjoy. The Law was passed on Tuesday with 89 votes for and 16 against.

Talks of presidents of regional countries and Merkel begin

BELGRADE - Presidents of countries from Southeast Europe gathered in Dubrovnik on Tuesday where they will confer with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the summit within the Brdo-Brijuni process.

Serbia, Croatia together against natural disasters

BELGRADE - The interior ministers of Serbia and Croatia, Nebojsa Stefanovic and Ranko Ostojic respectively, signed on Tuesday an agreement on bilateral cooperation in the protection against natural and other disasters.

President meets with Albanian counterpart during summit

President meets with Albanian counterpart during summit

DUBROVNIK -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić met on Tuesday with his Albanian counterpart Bujar Nishani while attending a regional gathering in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Nikolić congratulated Nishani on Albania's recently acquired status of EU membership candidate.

President addresses regional gathering

President addresses regional gathering

Cavtat -- Serbia will protect its friendships "in east, west, north and south" as the only policy to benefit the people of Serbia and the region, says Tomislav Nikolić.

He was addressing a gathering in Cavtat, Croatia, when he stressed that Serbia encouraged cooperation.

Nikolic takes part in meeting of SEE heads of state

DUBROVNIK - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic is taking part in an annual meeting of the heads of state of South-East Europe (SEE), which welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a guest, in Dubrovnik on Tuesday.