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Switzerland is to ban imports of live pigs and pork from several EU countries, including Bulgaria, in a bid to stop an African swine fever outbreak from reaching the country.
Imports from Bulgaria and Romania and some parts of Latvia and Croatia will be banned as of Wednesday, Swiss food safety authorities said on Tuesday.
Croatia expecting 1.5 billion-euro tourism project
BELGRADE - MP Vyacheslav Tetyokin of the Russian State Duma called for release of leader of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) Vojislav Seselj from his detention unit in The Hague, SRS released.
According to the release, at the initiative launched by communist MPs, Tetyokin sent a letter of encouragement to Seselj as one of the most famous political prisoners in Europe.
BELGRADE - Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic received a courtesy visit from Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Bishop of Slavonia-Pakrac Jovan on Friday, the Serbian Foreign Ministry said in a release.
Minister Dacic and Bishop Jovan discussed further cooperation between the Foreign Ministry and the SPC Diocese of Slavonia.
âListen to your caliph and obey him. Support your state, which grows every day,â said Abu Mohamed al-Adnani, announcing the rebirth of the Caliphate in the broad territory between Aleppo in northern Syria and Diyala province in eastern Iraq.
Pasalic was set upon close to his apartment in the Novi Beograd district on Thursday night by three men who beat him up after he refused to give them money.
They also called him an ‘Ustasa’, a supporter of the fascist regime that led Croatia during WWII as a puppet state of Nazi Germany.
The most popular tourist destinations among EU citizens are Spain, France and Italy, according to a new report on the travels of Europeans in 2012.
According to the released data, 85% of all trips were in Europe, Bulgaria's Nova TV informs. The report states that citizens of EU countries prefer to go around Europe, as most of the vacations were spent in neighboring countries.
BELGRADE - “Monument to Michael Jackson”, the latest film by Serbian director and screenwriter Darko Lungulov, has been included in the program of the 61st Pula Film Festival.
The worldâs only protected quarantine station on an island, on Karantina in the western Turkish province of Ä°zmir, is awaiting the attention of the Culture and Tourism Ministry to become a health museum A center on Karantina Island, facing Urla in the western district of Ä°zmir, is the worldâs only protected quarantine station on an island, and it is now waiting to be converted into