This is according to the press in Serbia and in the region.
Blic writes that 43-year-old musician Mirsad Keric, who was behind the wheel, has passed away. However, his son later denied this.
According to the German police, the incident involved a 34-year-old intoxicated driver of a Mazda 6, a resident of the German town of Gutersloh.
According to Blic, Alibasic was prevented in this attempt by officers from the Security and Information Agency (BIA) and by the police.
Alibasic spent several hours before being arrested in a village near the Serbian Orthodox Monastery of Djurdjevi Stupovi, where he had been practicing martial arts in previous years, as well as tactical military training, and camping and survival.
Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Aleksandar Antic told this to daily Blic, adding that the country could in this way also boost its own energy security, Tanjug is reporting.
"Right now, it seems that things are going in a good direction - one that will ensure another supply route and energy security to Serbia, as well as profits brought by the transit fees themselves," he said.
The accident happened in Donje Mudjurovo, near Nis, in southern Serbia.
Two of those who have been injured are in a serious condition, Prva TV reported.
(Photo: Ljiljana Pavlovic, TV Prva)
According to Police Director Vladimir Rebic, the driver of the bus most likely caused the accident. An investigation is under way.
A journalist from the television station, Studio B, Barbara Zivotic, has caused much anger with a report from the event that many said was not objective.