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Concern about "tabloidization" of media in Serbia
BELGRADE -- The tabloidization of the media is turning into the tabloidization of the whole of society and the state, it was said during a conference held in Belgrade.
Participants gathered to mark two decades since the founding of the Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia (NUNS), Beta reported.
MIAMI - Serbia's highest-ranked male tennis player Novak Djokovic reached the semi-finals of the Miami Masters tournament by beating title holder Andy Murray of Great Britain 7-5, 6-3 late Wednesday.
In a bid to reach the final, Djokovic will face the winner of the match between Roger Federer of Switzerland and Kei Nishikori of Japan.
Journalists mark their day, warn about pressure and violence
BELGRADE -- Journalists in Serbia are this Thursday marking their day - for the 14th time since it was established in 2001.
On March 27, 1791 (according to the Julian calendar - March 14 in the Gregorian) the first newspaper printed in Serbian came off the presses.
BELGRADE - Sasa Radulovic, former Serbian minister of economy, said on Wednesday that the arrest of former heads of the Serbia Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SIEPA) is just a part of the criminal charge relating to fictitious contracts, which the ministry he had headed pressed against the director of that agency.
BELGRADE - A new plan for bilateral military cooperation between Serbia and the United States for fiscal 2015 was signed in Belgrade on Wednesday.
The plan was signed by official at the Department for International Military Cooperation Col. Milan Konjikovac and U.S. Defense Attache to Serbia Col. Paul Brotzen.