A Polish license plates bus that was transporting children on Tuesday morning drove off the Subotica-Novi Sad road in northern Serbia and turned over.
The accident resulted in the death of one person - an adult, according to media reports. 25 others have been injured.
A Novi Sad man who died in Syria fighting as a volunteer will be laid to rest in Moscow, Vecernje Novosti is reporting on Wednesday.
The Belgrade daily named the man as 25-year-old Sasa Karan.
A commemorative gathering will be held in Novi Sad's Trg Slobode (Freedom Square), the paper said.
A memorial bust has been unveiled on Wednesday of Tibor Cerna, one of the 108 Yugoslav Army (VS) soldiers who died during the Battle of Kosare.
The memorial is located in Debeljaca, a village in Serbia's northern province of Vojvodina, and was unveiled by Cerna's mother Kata and President Aleksandar Vucic.
NOVI SAD - The construction of Novi Sad's Zezelj Bridge will be completed by end-November, when it will be opened to rail traffic, it was announced on Thursday.
EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn, Serbian ministers Zorana Mihajlovic and Aleksandar Antic, Vojvodina PM Igor Mirovic and Novi Sad Mayor Milos Vucevic toured the construction site.
SUBOTICA - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic ceremonially opened an Ametek business campus in Subotica, northern Serbia, on Wednesday.
After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Vucic took a tour of the new factory with plant director Dragan Nagulic, Minister of Economy Goran Knezevic, US Ambassador Kyle Scott, Vojvodina PM Igor Mirovic and Assembly Speaker Istvan Pastor.
BELGRADE - Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said Wednesday 74 people had been arrested in 19 cities across Serbia in police operation Signal early in the day on suspicion of frauds totalling around 2 bln dinars.
The frauds targeted the national and the Vojvodina budgets, local self-government authorities and businesses, he said.