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Sofia Comic Expo at the Shipka 6 Gallery

The second national exhibition of the Bulgarian comic book "Sofia Comic Expo 2017" will be opened in the Gallery of the Union of Bulgarian Artists (UBA) on Shipka Street 6 from evening at 6 pm, the organizers announced, reports chronicle.bg. 

Vucic: Conversation with Yee was not easy

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said late Monday his conversation with US official Hoyt Brian Yee had not been easy but that his job was to protect Serbia's interests.

Yee said the US supported the "territorial integrity of the independent state of Kosovo" and his message was we should not "interfere" in that territorial integrity, Vucic said on a Pink TV talk show.

Belgrade Jazz Fest Swings Into Action

Belgrade Jazz Fest is set to take place on October 26 and will last for five full days, with double-bill programs every night at two of the best music venues in the city - Dom Omladine (Americana Hall) and the Sava Centar.

Facebook has Isolated Media Agencies in Serbia and 5 Other Countries

Media that relie on Facebook's access to an audience may soon have a serious problem, reports webcafe. 

The social media has begun tests in six countries where the main News Feed excludes all content generated by news or companies. Instead of automatically appearing to all users, these posts will be filtered into a separate stream - the so-called Explore Feed.

BEMUS Festival Nears Golden Anniversary

BEMUS, the Belgrade Music Festival, is inching ever closer to its golden anniversary, celebrating its 49th edition this year. One of the most important cultural events in the city, BEMUS will take place from October 11-20. This iteration will offer the audience some real international musical treasures.

Serbia's Musical FM Serenades Turkey's Erdogan

Serbia's Foreign Minister, Ivica Dacic, has again demonstrated his singing skills by serenading Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a dinner that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic organised for him in Belgrade on Tuesday.

Sırbistan Başbakanı Ivitsa Dačić'in yorumuyla Osman Aga. #Erdoğan #Serbia #Turkey pic.twitter.com/mWx8Z13rcB

Serbia's Musical FM Serenades Turkey's Erdogan

Serbia's Foreign Minister, Ivica Dacic, has again demonstrated his singing skills by serenading Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a dinner that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic organised for him in Belgrade on Tuesday.

Sirbistan Basbakani Ivitsa Dacic'in yorumuyla Osman Aga. #Erdogan #Serbia #Turkey pic.twitter.com/mWx8Z13rcB

Twitter says Serbia asked for information about 40 users

From January 2015 to June 2017, the government of Serbia has requested information about Twitter 40 users, the US company's transparency report shows.

The report was carried by the Center for Investigative Reporting of Serbia (CINS) on its website, the agency Beta said on Monday.

It's in US interest to support Serbia, say US congressmen

14 members of the US Congress have sent a letter to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson asking for continued US attention and support to the Balkans.

This specifically concerns Serbia, they said, Tanjug is reporting on Friday, citing a Voice of America report.

Serbia Constitutional Court Petitioned Over Threats Against Journalists

The group signing the appeal outside the court building in Belgrade on September 27 included three journalists: Antonela Riha, Tamara Skrozza, and Vukasin Obradovic; two actors: Branislav Trifunovic and Sergej Trifunovic; and nongovernmental activist Ilir Gasi.

Ralph Fiennes Acquired Serbian Citizenship

British actor and director Ralph Fiennes, who portrays Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter series, received a Serbian passport personally from Serbia's President Alexander Vucic, reports Bgnes. 

The Film "Glory" is the Bulgarian Nomination for Oscar

The film "Glory" by Christina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov is the Bulgarian proposal for an Oscar for a foreign language film, the National Film Center announced on its website.

Ralph Fiennes given Serbian citizenship

British actor and director Ralph Fiennes has been granted Serbian citizenship.

Beta reported this on Monday, citing the latest issue of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia.

The decision to give Fiennes Serbia's citizenship was signed by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on September 7.

British filmmaker Ralph Fiennes given Serbian citizenship

British actor and director Ralph Fiennes has been granted Serbian citizenship.

Beta reported this on Monday, citing the latest issue of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia.

Actor Ralph Fiennes Receives Serbian Citizenship

Serbia has granted citizenship to the British actor and director Ralph Fiennes, who is filming a movie about a Soviet ballet dancing legend in Belgrade.

The latest issue of Serbia's national gazette said the decision was signed by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on September 7, Beta news agency reports.

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