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All theater plays that were part of the program of the 38th Theater Meetings in Brcko withdrew from the competition because Branislav Lecic is a member of the festival jury.
Although some theater plays were performed in the previous days out of respect for the audience, all the others gave up the competition part, and Danijela Stajnfeld called it a "heroic act".
In Serbia, independent journalism still targeted
Media freedom remains a dilemma affecting the lives and work of hundreds of journalists in Serbia. Smear campaigns, online threats and other attempts to demonise independent media outlets are a consistent trend and a grim reality in Serbia's digital environment.
Maribor – A major international production, I Saw Her That Night, based on the novel by Drago Jančar and directed by Janez Pipan, will open at the Slovenian National Theatre (SNG) Maribor on Friday. The show was produced in cooperation with the Vienna Burgtheater, the Yugoslavian Drama Theatre and Ljubljana’s Cankarjev Dom.
"More governments arrested users for nonviolent political, social, or religious speech than ever before. Officials suspended internet access in at least 20 countries, and 21 states blocked access to social media platforms," says the report entitled Freedom on the Net 2021.
The beloved TV host was rushed to hospital on Saturday.
He was transferred to pulmonology due to a disease he has been battling for a long time.
Six days ago, Serbian composer was urgently transported to pulmonology due to illness, where he lost the battle with a vicious disease. The news that he passed away was also published by Goran Vesi.
Arad police caught 30 Turkish migrants who allegedly entered the country illegally through Serbia, and were accommodated in Arad and in the neighboring town of Vladimirescu, in several boarding houses.
"As Far As I Can Walk," a film by Serbian director Stefan Arsenjevic, won the Crystal Globe award at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival in the Czech Republic ending late on Aug. 28, organizers said.
The film co-produced by Serbia, France, Luxembourg, Bulgaria and Lithuania tells the story of two African migrants in Serbia.
The Iasi-based Antibiotice pharmaceuticals company has reported an H1 2021 business turnover of 163.39 million lei, up 11% from 2020, according to a company's press statement released on Monday. From its H1 2021 revenues, the company paid the public healthcare system 13.5 million lei in the clawback tax, which influenced the profitability rate.