Romanian cyclist Eduard Grosu continues his excellent season; he won the first stage of the 2014 Tour of Estonia on Friday, which obviously entitles him to wear the current leader's yellow jersey. His performance came just months after signing his first professional contract with the Italian-Japanese team.
Norway among biggest donors to flood-stricken Serbia
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has thanked the Kingdom of Norway for being one of the largest donors that are helping with the flood relief effort.
He at the same time welcomed the decision of the Scandinavian country to fund 35 projects for the media and civil society.
Irish President Michael D Higgins has arrived to the UK on the first official state visit by an Irish head of state, Tuesday.
The four-day trip, which comes three years after the Queen visited Ireland, includes an address to Parliament and a focus on the contribution Irish emigrants have made to UK life, The Guardian reports.
BELGRADE - The Swedish government has adopted a new results strategy for development cooperation with Serbia for the next seven-year period 2014-2020, whose main purpose is to assist in Serbia's EU approximation, the Swedish Embassy in Serbia released in a statement.
Thousands of Icelanders flocked the streets of the capital Reykjavik on Monday to protest against the government's intention to scrap EU membership plans without a referendum.
The debate on a bill to abandon EU membership plans might be renewed today, but street rallies are also likely to continue in the city, Euronews reports.