NATO increases patrols near Kosovo-Serbia border blockage

Pristina, Kosovo — NATO troops stepped up patrols in Kosovo on Monday near border crossings which have been blocked by local Serbs angered by a ban on cars with Serbian license plates entering the country in a mounting confrontation. Video footage showed NATO armored vehicles moving close to the barricades...
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ATP roundup: Two seeds fall in Sofia

2021-09-28 07:31:48 GMT+00:00 - Both seeded players in action lost Monday during the opening round of the ATP Tour's Sofia (Bulgaria) Open. Italy's Gianluca Mager upset sixth-seeded Adrian Mannarino of France 6-3, 6-2, and France's Benoit Paire knocked off seventh-seeded Alejandro Davidovich Fokina of Spain 6-4, 7-5. Mager had lost...
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Transfer news: Benitez wants Isco & Jovic on loan

Everton boss Rafael Benitez wants to bring Spain midfielder Isco, 29 and Serbia striker Luka Jovic, 23, to Goodison Park from Real Madrid on short-term loan deals in January. (Defensa Central - in Spanish), external. Meanwhile, Crystal Palace are keeping tabs on Tom Davies, 23, amid uncertainty over the English...
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Serbia’s RTS sets December 1 deadline for national final submissions

Following their win at Beovizija in 2020, the women of Hurricane have become some of the biggest stars in Serbia. Besides burnishing their own image, Sanja Vučić, Ivana Nikolić and Ksenija Knežević have helped turn up the dial on Serbia at Eurovision and with it the national selection contest. Now...

CIA evacuates intelligence officer from Serbia as 'Havana Syndrome' attacks on American spies and diplomats continue to grow

The CIA evacuated an intelligence officer from Serbia who was suffering from symptoms associated with 'Havana Syndrome' as more cases of this mysterious neurological attack continue to affect American spies and diplomats. This incident in the Balkans - which hasn't been previously reported - happened within recent weeks and continues...

Experience a Spooky Night Tour of Serbia’s Petrovaradin Fortress

Go World Travel is reader-supported and may earn a commission from purchases made through links in this piece. Novi Sad is Serbia’s second-largest city after Belgrade, and it’s often referred to as the “Serbian Athens.” Overlooking this beautiful city is the Petrovaradin Fortress, one of Europe’s largest and most striking fortifications.

Ordinary Serbs, Albanians Pay Price of Serbia-Kosovo Vehicle Row

Ordinary Serbs, Albanians Pay Price of Serbia-Kosovo Vehicle Row. Kosovo’s decision to no longer recognise vehicle licence plates issued in Serbia throws a spotlight on the everyday hardships inflicted on ordinary Serbs and Albanians from the failure of Belgrade and Pristina to resolve their relations. For Milica Rakic Andric, a...

Nato patrols Kosovo-Serbia border as tensions soar

Nato forces in Kosovo have increased their patrols on the northern border near Serbia, Deutsche Welle writes. It comes after Serbia deployed armoured vehicles by a border crossing and ethnic Serbs in Kosovo protested a decision by Kosovo's government concerning license plates. Nato said it was "closely monitoring the situation across Kosovo" and working "to ensure a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement for all communities."

Von der Leyen starts her three-day visit to the Western Balkans

TIRANA – President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has arrived to Albania, kicking off her three-day visit to all six Western Balkan countries. Von der Leyen is visiting the region ahead of the EU-Western Balkans Summit on 6 October. The President started her trip in Tirana, on...

Serbia sends tanks, troops to Kosovo border amid Biden’s inaction

The conflict between Serbia and Kosovo has flared up yet again after Joe Biden failed to follow up on President Trump’s peace deal for the two sides. On Monday, Serbia deployed tanks and troops near Kosovo border in response to Kosovan officials taking off license plates from Serbian cars. This...

Serbia to build three industrial zones along Morava Corridor - Vucic

BELGRADE (Serbia), September 28 (SeeNews) - Serbia plans to build three industrial zones along the Morava Corridor, a 110 km motorway linking Preljina to Pojate in the central part of the country that is under construction by a consortium of US civil engineering group Bechtel and Turkey's Enka, president Aleksandar Vucic said.