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Montenegro Arrests Commercial Court President on Corruption Charges

President of Montenegrin Commerical Court Blazo Jovanic (right) poses with Dean of Faculty of Law of Donja Gorica, Zoran Stojanovic, at a meeting on March 03, 2020. Photo: Commercial Court of Montenegro

Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic praised the police and prosecution action, adding that the fight against organised crime and corruption was one of his minority government's priorities.

Novak: Alkaraz played bravely and maturely, he deserved to win

True, he was defeated by 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz, but it was a great match in which the younger tennis player had more strength and nerves in the tied finish of the match.
Madrid, in general, was a big step forward for Novak after Belgrade, especially in terms of fitness and level of play, and after the match with Alkaraz, he was not too disappointed.

Novak praises Alcaraz: "He has made an incredible progress"

World number one and ninth player in the world are meeting for the first time, it will certainly be a match that will attract a lot of attention from tennis fans, especially after the victory of the tennis player from Murcia over Rafael Nadal.
Novak will certainly be careful, he is aware that Alcaraz did not accidentally become a member of the top ten in world tennis recently.

Serbian War Crimes Prosecution ‘Extremely Inefficient’, Report Says

A new report published by the Belgrade-based Humanitarian Law Centre on Friday accuses the Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office of being "extremely inefficient", while also raising concerns that over a half of the court hearings in war crime trials last year were postponed for COVID-related reasons.

Turkish Court Urged to Annul Erdogan’s Withdrawal From Istanbul Convention

A protester holds a feminist flag during a demonstration on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, in Istanbul, Turkey, March 6 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/SEDAT SUNA

Turkey's top administrative court monitors the legality of decisions made by administrative courts. Its decisions must be respected by the government.

Turkey Detains Dozens in Gezi Park Trial Protest

Defying police intervention, thousands of protesters on Tuesday took to the streets of Istanbul to condemn a Turkish court's decision to jail for life philanthropist and human rights advocate Osman Kavala and others for their roles in the Gezi Park Protests in 2013, which the court insisted was a coup attempt.

Montenegro Suspends School Classes After Another False Bomb Alarm

A school in the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica. Photo: BIRN/Samir Kajosevic

The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport Ministry said classes were suspended in the capital Podgorica and towns including Bar, Kotor, Herceg Novi, Niksic, Berane, Danilovgrad, Kolasin, Bijelo Polje, Plav, Gusinje, Sutomore, Petrovac, and a kindergarten in the town of Mojkovac.

"No one will stay alive"; Chaos continues in Montenegro - bomb threats in schools

Vijesti television was unofficially told by the police that their officers were on the ground.
As it is stated, it was reported that the bomb was allegedly planted in the elementary school "Savo Ili" in Kotor, and in the elementary school "Blao Jakov Orlandi" in Bar, the students were returned home this morning.

Justice minister condemns countries 'interfering in Turkey’s Kavala ruling'

Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ reacted on April 26 against the statements from abroad regarding a local court's ruling on businessman Osman Kavala decision, stressing that other countries have no right to interfere in Turkey's internal affairs.

"Let them mind their own business. It is not for the U.S. or Germany to interfere in Turkey's internal affairs," Bozdağ told reporters.