Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has enrolled in a sports college to fulfil what he called his boyhood dream of becoming a basketball coach.
Hungary, Serbia and Montenegro can no longer be called democracies after unprecedented democratic backsliding, a rights watchdog said Wednesday, noting the especially “precipitous” fall down the rankings of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s “regime”.
Twitter said Thursday it has removed thousands of accounts in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Honduras, Indonesia and Serbia that allegedly took direction from governments or pushed pro-government content.
Just 10 countries were responsible for three-quarters of a global surge in measles cases last year, the UN children’s agency said Friday, including one of the world’s richest nations, France.
Sri Lanka’s president on Monday justified his decision to sack six diplomats — including an ambassador — for not answering his phone calls, saying more would follow if the foreign service did not shape up.
Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena recalled his top envoy to Austria and five other embassy staff for failing to answer his long-distance telephone calls, officials said Saturday.
Serbia’s coach has reacted to his team’s World Cup defeat to Switzerland by calling for the referee to be put on trial in a war crimes tribunal in the Hague.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Wednesday, January 17, welcomed the newly appointed Ambassadors to the Philippines of South Korea, Tanzania, and Serbia and received their credentials at the Malacañang Palace.
Serbia’s lesbian prime minister is set to join rainbow-clad revellers at Belgrade’s Pride parade on Sunday, a dramatic turn of events for the conservative country, where previous marches have erupted in homophobic violence.