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Shooting from firearms was reported on Thursday from a migrant and refugee camp near Sombor in northwest Serbia, related to a conflict between migrant gangs. One person was wounded, Serbian police told N1 TV.
BIRN can reveal that another incident also happened during the night between Wednesday and Thursday.
As B92.net has learned, the workers rejected the Prime Minister's proposal to come to the Serbian Government for talks today at 4.30 p.m.
First, they asked for a severance pay of 1.000 euros per year, and today they are asking for 2.000 per year, which is 10 times more than other workers in Serbia receive.
Alen Basil in 2012. Photo: Facebook
When BIRN called Basil to ask about the claims that he is involved in the people-smuggling business, he denied the accusations.
"I am a court translator, I work with the court and of course I am mentioned [n that context], because I am there with the prosecutor and with the court," he said.
Slovenska Bistrica – A debate on inclusion of foreigners into local environment, especially education and healthcare, was held on Monday in Slovenska Bistrica, where increasingly many foreigners live due to growing demands on the labour market. Slovenian language skills were highlighted as crucial for integration.
"Our financial support and investments keep growing. We are also interested in the economic and social development of this country. It is understood that the funds we give and our engagement in candidate countries are greater than in countries that are part of the Eastern Partnership," Saracen told "Danas" daily.
Piles of empty energy drink cans in Radanovac forest. Photo: Sasa Dragojlo/BIRN
While Western public attention focuses on refugees from Ukraine, non-European ones are still on the move, squeezed between violent police tactics and often ruthless smugglers, who hold the key to their successful passage to a new life in the West.
"Children are not sufficiently recognised as victims in the context of gender-based violence because it is not sufficiently recognised how violence affects children's emotional, physical, psychological development, their behaviour and the process of socialisation," Padejski Sekerovic told BIRN.
It was a week after Orthodox New Year in January 2021 and a group of Serb children in Kosovo was opening presents.
The list "Aleksandar Vui - Together we can do everything" has won the most votes - 42.91 percent of votes, i.e. 120 parliamentary mandates.
The coalition "United for the Victory of Serbia" with 13.69 percent of votes or 38 seats is second, and the third list is "Ivica Dacic - Prime Minister of Serbia", which won 11.43 percent of votes or 32 seats.