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A string of sexual assaults on women during celebrations of Egyptâs presidential inauguration - including a mass attack on a 19-year-old student who was stripped in Cairoâs Tahrir Square - have prompted outrage as a video emerged purportedly showing the teenager, bloodied and naked, surrounded by dozens of men.
Dodik appeals to Vučić to send assistance to RS
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić conferred with RS President Milorad Dodik on Tuesday about "the strengthening of bilateral economic ties."
They also discussed "relations in the region and the position of the Serb entity, RS, within Bosnia-Herzegovina."
BELGRADE - The exhibition dubbed “Traveling Communique”, a trans-disciplinary project of the Goethe Institute, will open at the Museum of Yugoslav History on Tuesday evening.
One year on from the Gezi Park protests, the Turkish authorities seem to be firmly set on the path of intolerance, conflict and polarization, says Amnesty International in its latest report The Turkish governmentâs approach to the Gezi Park demonstrations in 2013 is as abusive as ever while impunity for police violence is widespread, Amnesty International said in a report published on
BELGRADE - Serbia is to receive USD 1.8 million worth of financial assistance from the UN in the coming days, the UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia Irena Vojackova-Solorano said on Tuesday, noting that the money has been obtained from the Central Emergency Response Fund and that it is just the first part of the assistance.
The flocks of two livestock farmers in the Peloponnesian region of Arcadia were confirmed on Tuesday as having been infected by catarrhal fever, a viral disease that affects many ruminants and is also known as bluetongue (BTV).
The state's veterinary agency said that the two new cases come on top of a confirmed outbreak in Laconia, also in the Peloponnese.
BELGRADE - Top five banks in Serbia recorded net gains of RSD 26.17 billion at the end of 2013, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) released.
On the other hand, the latest NBS quarterly report on the banking sector shows that five banks which operated with least success at the end of 2013 recorded net losses of RSD 28.25 billion.
Bulgaria's State Railways will introduce a 20-day pre-sale of train tickets to the Black Sea cities of Varna and Burgas for the summer season.
The pre-sale will be available until September 30 and will allow passengers to plan their journeys in advance, to reserve seats and to purchase tickets within 20 days before the trip, the State Railways stated on their website.
Meteorologist Mincho Praznikov told the TV7 channel that this summer in Bulgaria will be hot and sunny as usual, in spite the concerns that it will be short and wet.
According to him, the best time for the summer vacation will be the second half of July, when the weather will be perfect for a beach vacation.