Among the many politicians driving around Bosnia in the campaign for the general elections on October 7, Milorad Dodik, Bosnian Serb president and candidate for the Serbian seat on Bosnia's state presidency is riding the costliest limo of all, according to a BIRN database of cars in government ownership.
A key figure of the neo-Nazi group National Socialist Underground's (NSU) killing spree was released from prison on July 18, after serving six years and eight months.
Four workers returning home from a local factory died when their Audi collided with a Skoda that was, according to media reports, driven by a drunk driver.
Among the victims are brothers Milija and Petar Paunovic, aged 21 and 24. Ivana Jokovic (33) and Bojan Lazovic (24) also died, while two women suffered serious injuries.
Porsche and Audi, Volkswagen’s main luxury car divisions, plan to develop a joint platform for electric vehicles that will enable them significantly cut down on costs, German newspapers quoted their chief executives as saying.
A group of people who smuggled luxury cars from the Audi, BMW and Mercedes brands into Turkey illegally from Bulgaria was captured, the Kurdjali site 24 Rodopi reported, citing the Edirne and Turkish media prosecutors.
The vehicles are mainly from Bulgaria, but there are also Romanian ones. With a lawsuit, 99 cars are seized.