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Media: This man must be replaced

According to "Blic", Trivan rarely appeared in public during his term in office, and now that citizens are suffocating in the polluted air, instead of taking urgent action, he blames it on other actors.
In the article entitled "Trivan must be replaced," the paper says he must bear responsibility for the pollution.

Kosovo PM Dismisses Rama’s Libel Charge as ‘Decoy’

Albania Prime Minister Edi Rama (left) and Kosovo's Ramush Haradinaj at a reception in Tirana on September 27, 2017. Photo: Gent Shkullaku/LSA

"The suit of the Prime Minister Rama is totally baseless and a political diversion conducted by him to hide himself after new media soap operas, and so avoid responsibilities," Haradinaj wrote.

Vucic: "Good luck, Johnny!" PHOTO

This film, starring the famous American actor Johnny Depp, was filmed last year in Serbia.
In March 2018, President Vucic visited the film crew and on that occasion, he spoke with Johnny Depp about the promotion of Serbia through film projects.

Malone denied allegations of Serbian Basketball Federation: "That's not true"

Previously, the Basketball Federation of Serbia announced that the American will be an advisor to the team that will form the new Serbian coach Igor Kokoskov.
He got a question about it on the eve of a match between Denver and Charlotte, which the Nuggets easily settled in their favor.
"That's not true," Melone said briefly.

Truth Commission Activists Plan Yugoslav ‘Book of the Dead’

"By refusing to create a joint commission [RECOM], the governments of the post-Yugoslav countries have made another political mistake. We think that the nominal list of victims cannot be abandoned. It is about taking charge of and assuming the responsibility for seeing this task through to the end," Terselic told BIRN.

An emergency meeting called due to air pollution in Serbia

According to Belgrade media, the meeting will be held at 3 pm, with the Ministers of Environment, Health and Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, Republic Hydro-meteorological Institute, representatives of the City of Belgrade, Ministry of Internal Affairs, etc.

Arkan’s ‘Tigers’ Unpunished 20 Years after Leader’s Death

On January 15, 2000, Zeljko Raznatovic was having a drink with friends at the upmarket InterContinental Hotel in Belgrade when a man walked up to them and opened fire at close range with a semi-automatic pistol.

Raznatovic - better known around the world as the Serbian paramilitary leader Arkan - was hit by a bullet in the eye, and died on his way to hospital. He was 47.

Kosovo Commemorates Massacre that Prompted NATO Bombing

Commemorations are being held on Wednesday to mark the 21st anniversary of the massacre by Serbian forces in the Kosovo village of Recak/Racak, when 44 people were killed.

The massacre was publicised by the chief of the OSCE ceasefire verification mission to Kosovo, William Walker, who visited the scene the following day and declared it a "crime against humanity".

Kosovo, Serbia Play Blame Game over Ivanovic Assassination

Two years after Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic was gunned down outside his party's office in the ethnically-divided Kosovo town of Mitrovica on January 16, 2018, six people are to be tried for their alleged involvement in his killing.

Malone assistant coach to Igor Kokoskov on the Serbian basketball national team!

As announced on the official website of the Basketball Federation of Serbia, Malone will join the professional staff of our national team immediately after the playoffs.
Malone has been the Denver coach since 2015 and it is assumed that his main role will be to maximize Nikola Jokic's potential in the Serbian national team.

Serbian Church Must Keep Distance from Serbian Government

In October last year, at a celebration marking the 800th anniversary of the SPC's autocephaly, or ecclesiastical autonomy, Patriarch Irinej honoured Vucic with the Order of St. Sava 1st Degree, the Church's highest order.