Bor, Serbia

Tragic Ending: Serbian Police Arrest Two Suspects in Murder of Two-Year-Old Danka

In a startling revelation, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced today that authorities have apprehended two individuals suspected of the heinous murder of two-year-old Danka Ilic from the town of Bor in Eastern Serbia. Belgrade's Beta Agency reported Vucic's statement, relayed by BTA, detailing the arrest of the suspects.

Serbia on Edge: Race to Find Missing Toddler Near Bulgarian Border Intensifies

A race against time unfolds in Serbia as emergency services mobilize to locate two-year-old Danka Ilić, who vanished from Banjsko Polje near Bor. The activation of the "Find Me" system, akin to an Amber Alert, marks a first for Serbia, underlining the urgency of the situation.

Serbs flee to the mountains for Easter and Labor Day holidays

Many will spend the next five non-working days at well-known tourist destinations throughout Serbia. The western part of our country has remained among the most popular, so there is great interest in accommodation in the famous mountains. At Zlatar, during the Labor Day and Easter holidays, the occupancy of accommodation capacities is expected to go above 70 percent.

Serbian Museum Puts Mestrovic’s Vidovdan Sculptures on Display

An exhibition of sculptures by Ivan Mestrovic from the collection of the Serbian National Museum in Belgrade opened on Tuesday night at the museum. 

During December and January, visitors to the museum will have an opportunity to see 40 works by the famous Yugoslav sculptor, most them created before World War I, the so-called "Vidovdan fragments".

Relations with China at historic high

Vucic on the occasion expressed his confidence that her tenure in Belgrade would leave"a special mark on the steely Sino-Serbian friendship," Tanjug reported, citing a a press release from the president's office.

Chen, who presented her credentials to Vucic, conveyed to him the greetings of Chinese President Xi Jinping.