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NEW DELHI, Sunday, August 24, 2014
India has extended an invitation to Serbia to enhance bilateral cooperation in Yoga and traditional medicine. An invitation from Union Health Minister Harshvardhan has been extended to Zlat... »More on Serbia AND: India, medical research
Saturday, June 28, 2014
One assassination a hundred years ago sparked the First World War. The writer traces similarities between Serbian terrorists then and Pakistani terrorists now, and the actions taken — or not taken — by both governments. »More on Serbia AND: alliances and coalition, espionage and intelligence, history, Pakistan, unrest, conflicts and war, war
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Serbian residents in the town of Mitrovica in Kosovo last week replaced a barricade on a bridge over River Ibar, separating their part of the town from the Albanian part, with flower pots. For observers, this symbolic gesture was considered a positive sign in the thawing of the frosty relationship between Serbs and Albanians in Kosovo. Yet, reality is far from that. A week later, tensions have in fact increased between the communities resulting in clashes between Albanians and police forces near the place. Perhaps, history has prevailed to rekindle the tensions between these two groups in the region. »More on Serbia AND: Albania, conflict (general), Kosovo, social conflict