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Heavy snowfall causes problems across Serbia

This will come after several days of heavy snowfall.

During the night, the skies will partially clear, the Serbian meteorological authority said.

Temperatures are expected to remain below zero around the clock, ranging from minus six to minus one degrees Celsius.

Serbia has world's highest crude steel production increase

This is according to figures released by the World Steel Association cited by Tanjug.

In the first 11 months of 2018, Serbia produced 1.8 million t of crude steel compared to 1.3 million t in the same period of the previous year, which is a 38.9 pct increase, said a report published on the association's website.

Croatian Diplomat Recalled for 'Attending Bosnian Serb Celebration'

The Croatian foreign ministry said on Thursday that it will investigate whether its ambassador in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ivan Del Vechio, attended celebrations of the disputed Bosnian Serb 'statehood day' in Banja Luka, the administrative centre of Republika Srpska, on January 9.

Chinese company to buy Serbian bus manufacturer

The company plans to extend the product range to electric vehicles, Tanjug reported, citing Ikarbus CEO Aleksandar Vicentic.

The privatization process is already underway and Vicentic expects a 51 percent stake in the Zemun-based factory to be sold to the Chinese partner in mid-June.

Fascist Christmas ‘Greeting’ Outrages Croatian Serbs

Serb MPs in Croatia expressed anger after a ruling party member and lawmaker’s son posted an Orthodox Christmas message on Facebook showing a fascist Ustasa fighter holding a Serb soldier’s severed head.

More than 5 million Captagon pills counted in Piraeus drug haul

Greek authorities investigating a large haul of Captagon pills seized from a container ship at Piraeus port said on Tuesday they have so far counted more than 5 million items.

The drugs were stashed inside 540 lead plates, most each of which contained about 10,000 pills.

Bulgaria to Overtake Croatia in Doing Business Rankings?

Provided it is more successful than Croatian in reforms, Bulgaria could overtake Croatia in the World Bank's Doing Business Rankings, warns the most recent analysis of business climate prepared by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK), reports Jutarnji List on January 8, 2019, quoted by

Large quantity of 'Jihadist' pills seized at Piraeus port

Greek authorities have launched an investigation in cooperation with their Turkish counterparts after customs officials at Piraeus port on Monday found a large quantity of fenethylline pills - also known as the "Jihadist's" drug - in a container ship.

The vessel had docked at Piraeus on its way from Syria to Dubai.

"Let's open borders between Montenegro, Serbia, and RS"

The initiative by these two opposition politicians in Montenegro is addressed at Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, and the chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina Milorad Dodik.