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UN Security Council failed to decide on action regarding the unrest in Eastern Ukraine, at an emergency meeting on Sunday.
The latest developments come at a time of violence sparked by rebel groups in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slaviansk.
Four people have died since tensions heightened in Slaviansk over the weekend, Ukraine's UNIAN agency reported.
A court in Bijeljina sentenced former Bosnian Serb Army officer Velimir Popovic to five years in jail for violently abusing prisoners of war at the Ugljevik detention camp.
BELGRADE - Members of the Serbian and Spanish contingent within the UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon received medals for their successful performance of tasks in the mission.
At the ceremony in the command centre of the UN multinational operation in Lebanon at the Miguel de Cervantes base, Serbian peacekeepers received the medal from Head of Mission Major-General Paolo Serra.
VIENNA - Chief Negotiator for Serbia's accession negotiations with the EU Tanja Miscevic stated that the accession talks with the EU may begin in June by opening Chapter 35 on normalisation of relations with Pristina.
After this step, chapters on the judiciary and rule of law will be opened, Miscevic explained in an interview for the Vienna-based daily Kurier.
BOGOTA - Serbia's Jelena Jankovic failed to win the title at the WTA tennis tournament in Bogota after losing to France's Caroline Garcia 6-3, 6-4 in the final late Sunday.
With poor serves and a series of unexpected errors, Jankovic, the first seed at the tournament, underperformed almost throughout the match, which was dominated by the Frenchwoman.
Russian military aircraft are still committed to provocations over the Black Sea, Bulgaria's Defense Minister Angel Naydenov has warned.
In an interview for the newspaper 24 Chasa, Naydenov has asserted that no violation of Bulgarian airspace could be observed. He has hinted, however, that the purpose of their flights is more than clear to his Ministry.
Former retail chain director detained upon return to country
BELGRADE -- The pre-trial chamber of the Belgrade High Court has placed Slobodan Radulović in detention, as proposed by the Prosecution for Organized Crime.
Radulović is the former director of the C Market retail chain, as suggested by the prosecution.