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Minja Subota died at the age of 82

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.

Dr Stevanović: The real danger awaits us in the fall

He explained to Novosti that the possibility of a "collision" between coronavirus and the seasonal flu awaits us.
According to him, the authorities cannot predict with certainty what the situation with the flu virus will be like this year, and he reminded that last year's season was mild.

Belgrade Pride to Highlight Calls for Same Sex Union Law

This year's Belgrade Pride, scheduled for Saturday, takes place amid calls for Serbia to adopt a same-sex union law and improve the rights of the LGBT community generally.

Pristina designs a plan

Glauk Konjufca told Klan Kosova that there are still, as he stated, "parallel structures of Serbia" in the north, which cannot be shut down in six months.

Court Asks Serbia to Delay Extraditing Wanted Kurd to Turkey

The European Court for Human Rights, in an interim measure adopted on Wednesday, asked Serbia not to extradite S.O, a Turkish citizen of Kurdish origin, sentenced to life in Turkey for membership of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party, PKK, BIRN has learned.

Croatian, Montenegrin Presidents Accuse Vucic of Reviving Serbian Nationalism

Montenegrin and Croatian presidents, Milo Djukanovic and Zoran Milanovic, in Zagreb. Photo: President of Montenegro

During his visit to Croatia, Djukanovic said Serbia's President, Aleksandar Vucic, was reviving the retrograde political messages of the wars of the 1990s in former Yugoslavia.

Bosnian Court Has International Warrants for 41 War Crimes Suspects

The Bosnian state court has given BIRN a list of 41 people who are wanted for trial and are the subjects of international arrest warrants, many of whom are living in neighbouring Serbia.

On the list are several suspects accused of involvement in the 1995 genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica by Bosnian Serb forces, including former Bosnian Serb Interior Minister Tomislav Kovac.

Serbia Launches New Holiday, Raises Concerns across Balkans

Serbia has celebrated a new national day of unity, amid concerns from neighbours in the western Balkans.

On Wednesday, Belgrade kicked off the holiday with a display of military power and calls for all Serbs in the Balkans to unite under one flag.

Grenell endorsed Serbian candidate

"The Biden Administration and the Democrats are failing us both domestically and internationally. It's time to put a fighter in Congress and Robert Kovic is the patriot we need", Grenell said in explaining his decision.

Legendary Serbian Basketball Coach Duda Ivkovic Dies At 77

One of Serbia's top basketball coaches, Dusan Duda Ivkovic, has passed away aged 77, the president of Radnicki Belgrade BC Goran Kalinic told Sport Klub TV on Thursday. 

Fans and colleagues across Europe have all expressed their sadness and appreciation for Ivkovic's life work.

Rest in Peace, Duda! 🙏

"We are late, unfortunately. This will take quite a long time" VIDEO

"There are a large number of people who are sensitive to the virus and become infected. Every wave is for itself, people forget about restrictions... Serbia is the leading country when it comes to the number of infected people," Ivanusa said being hosted on TV Prva.

Rama's priority - agreement signed with Vučić, also lobbying for Kosovo's recognition

Moreover, on his priority list is to launch the "Open Balkans" initiative.
Also, his priority is the launch of the "Open Balkans" initiative, i.e. the implementation of the agreement reached on July 29 by the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, Edi Rama and the Prime Minister of North Macedonia, Zoran Zaev.