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VIENNA - The Subotica Synagogue has been included in the list of seven most endangered monuments in Europe, the leading European organisation for heritage protection Europa Nostra released.
BELGRADE - For a long time now, Serbia has had a problem with institutional legacy and there is much work to do to coordinate all ministries and make them aware of their tasks, Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Kori Udovicki, who is also the minister of state administration and local self-government, said on Monday.
Intensive traffic is expected across Bulgaria on Tuesday, which is the last day of the 6-day extended holidays.
Starting Monday through Wednesday, an extra lane will be opened on the Hemus Highway in the direction Varna – Sofia, while there will be one less in the opposite way at the Bebresh viaduct.
BELGRADE - Sinisa Dragin's documentary film Forest has won the award for the most innovative feature length film at the international festival Visions du Reel 2014 in Nyon.
Starting with a mysterious report, Dragin analyzes historyin an original and slightly humorous way in his film.
Bulgaria's top tennis player Grigor Dimitrov keeps his 14th position in the ATP World Ranking.
On Monday night, Dimitrov will play his first match at this year's Madrid Masters. His opponent is the Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta, ranked 63rd.
Rafael Nadal remains first in the men's rankings, followed by Novak Djokovic and Stanislas Wawrinka.