Serbia Urged to Come Clean on Journalists’ Surveillance

International media watchdog Reporters Without Borders, RSF, has called on the Serbian authorities to investigate how much surveillance goes on in the country - after the Serbian news agency Tanjug on February 16 published a response written by the Defence Minister to a never-published opinion piece by a former defence minister.

Opposition figure "won't let Vucic end up like Ceausescu"

Sasa Jankovic, Serbia's former ombudsman, now leader of the Movement of Free Citizens (PSG), said this in an exclusive interview for the weekly Nedeljnik.

According to him, "every newspaper article, interview or tweet about it" draws attention from "the effects on the society produced by the authorities of Aleksandar Vucic and those who participate in them."

Russia's Sberbank Eyes Agrokor's Serbian Assets

Russian bank Sberbank has initiated proceedings before the Commercial Court in Belgrade, Serbia, to acquire two companies owned by the troubled Croatian retail giant Agrokor.

Sberbank launched the court proceedings on the basis of loans it gave to two companies, Jamnica and Konzum, which are owned by Agrokor - and which in turn own Mivela and IDEA in Serbia.

Trump campaign denies apology, Nedeljnik makes a statement

Donald Trump’s campaign claims that the GOP nominee never apologized to the Serbs for the 1999 NATO bombing, and accuses Nedeljnik of fabricating the interview.

Magazine Nedeljnik from Belgrade said they’ll investigate these claims, but they leave the possibility of being duped, and also the possibility of Trump campaign deciding to distance themselves from the spoken words.