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DUBAI - Serbia's Novak Djokovic advanced to the semifinals of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships after his quarterfinal opponent Mikhail Youzhny of Russia withdrew from the tournament due to illness.
In Friday's semifinals, the world no. 2 will face the winner of the quarterfinal match between Roger Federer of Switzerland and Lukas Rosol of the Czech Republic.
SUBOTICA - The leaders of a coalition gathered around the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) and the New Democratic Party (NDS), Nenad Canak and Boris Tadic respectively, have said after a convention in Subotica that reforms in the education and health-care systems in Serbia are crucial to the development of the country, adding that Serbian citizens fear that their children will live
BELGRADE - The police arrested three foreigners in Kraljevo, central Serbia, within the action aimed at provision of international legal assistance to Great Britain authorities, Serbian Prosecutor for Organised Crime Miljko Radisavljevic said.
The action was conducted in several countries against an international organised criminal ring involved in frauds, Radisavljevic told Tanjug.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - The Kosovo Central Electoral Commission (CEC) confirmed that leader of the Citizens' Initiative Srpska Goran Rakic won in the elections for northern Mitrovica mayor.
According to the final results of the elections, Rakic won 2,778 votes which is 52.48 percent of the total turnout, stated Nenad Rikalo late on Wednesday as the only Serb member of CEC.
Kosovo, Albania sign employment deal
The bilateral agreement establishes a common labour market between the two countries.
Erion Veliaj, Albania minister of youth and social welfare (left) and Nenad Rasic, Kosovo minister of labour and social welfare, sign a memorandum of co-operation in Tirana. [Albania Ministry of Youth and Social Welfare]