Geography of Vojvodina

"Tornado" near Indjija wreaked havoc? Two people killed, highway closed VIDEO

Three children suffered injuries.
Around midday today, a strong wind hit the Indjija area and caused complete chaos and collapse. Police believes the tornado-like storm was not the cause of the crash.
The Novi Sad - Belgrade highway is currently closed in both directions at the Indjija loop, media reported.

Boicy thrilled with the mural from "Only Fools and Horses": "Great artwork in Serbia"

Challis does not specify where exactly the mural is located, but thinks that the work is great and represents a real piece of art.
The painting that occupies an entire wall shows Del Boy, Rodney and Uncle Albert, together with the unavoidable quote: "This time next year, we'll be millionaires", written in Serbian.

How the boy from Stara Pazova was rescued and what indicated that he was abducted

Several people related to his disappearance have been arrested, the boy's father, Branislav Mitrovic, told RTV.
In addition to his parents and numerous citizens of Stara Pazova, the abducted boy was also greeted by Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic last night.

"By the end of 2021, the trip from Belgrade to Novi Sad for half an hour by train"

Its arrival was greeted by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Chinese Deputy Commerce Minister Qian Keming.
The train cut a red ribbon at the New Belgrade railway station while sounding "a long horn", in that way marking the official establishment of the first rail freight line between two countries.

The Bulgarian Premiere of SOMEONE FROM HOME Will Take Place on September 15 at the Kino Cabana

"Someone from home" raises the question of belonging; he or she also has the opportunity to burst expectations. Through the study of cultural heritage, tradition and history, this question, this possibility, enters into the final performances of "Someone from home" in Austria, Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria.

Lighting Companies with Political Ties Win More Serbian Contracts

A group of companies that has signed most recent contracts to refurbish street lighting in Serbia with LED lighting - whose close links to the Hungarian and Serbian authorities was the subject of a BIRN investigation in June - has won three more contracts worth over 8 million euros.

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