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  • Fugitive connected to killing of Serbian leader arrested in Spain

     
    Spanish police arrest a man suspected of involvement in the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic in 2003. The suspect, Luka Bojovic, allegedly belonged to a feared paramilitary group known as Arkan's Tigers....
  • James Blunt blabs: Sensitive singer says rock vibe helped create 'Some Kind of Trouble'

     
    British singer James Blunt had the monster hit “You’re Beautiful” and its double-platinum album “Back to Bedlam” in 2005 and the follow-up gold disc “All the Lost Souls” in 2007. But it was nearly four years...
  • White lion cubs born at Belgrade Zoo

     
    Four-day-old white lion cubs sleep by their mom at Belgrade Zoo on Thursday, April 21. The cubs, an extremely rare subspecies of the African lion, were born at Belgrade Zoo on Monday, April 18. Nadja Radovic, who works with the lions, said all four cubs...
  • Serb To Go On Trial For Attack On NY Student

    Serb To Go On Trial For Attack On NY Student
    A former college basketball player goes on trial Monday in Serbia for allegedly beating a fellow American student into a coma, two years after jumping bail in the U.S. and triggering a diplomatic conflict between Belgrade and Washington. Miladin...
  • PASSINGS: Patriarch Pavle, Paul Wendkos

    PASSINGS: Patriarch Pavle, Paul Wendkos
    Patriarch Pavle Serbia's Orthodox leader Patriarch Pavle, 95, who led Serbia's Orthodox Church and called for peace and conciliation during the Balkan ethnic conflicts of the 1990s but stopped short of openly condemning Serb nationalism, died in his...
  • Balkans' Pink Panther jewel thieves smash their way into myth

    Balkans' Pink Panther jewel thieves smash their way into myth
    So let's get this straight. A guy in the raspberry business from western Serbia smashes and grabs his way through a heist eight time zones away in Tokyo and scoots off past shopping centers and sushi bars with a $31-million necklace known as the...
  • World Briefing

    EUROPE Bin Laden urges troop withdrawal In a new audiotape, Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden demanded that European nations withdraw their troops from Afghanistan, saying they were sacrificing lives and money in an unjust U.S.-led war. "We are not...
  • Man cut off, ate finger to protest overdue wages

    A Serbian union official who chopped off his finger and ate it in a protest over wages that in some cases have not been paid in years, said Monday he did it to show how desperate he and other workers were. "We, the workers have nothing to eat, we had...
  • In Europe, joy over outcome, recognition of work ahead

    In Poland, in Italy, in Serbia, in France, the victory of Barack Obama was an all-night obsession. Morning across the Atlantic brought some giddy relief and sober reckoning about the problems that these countries and America face in the global economy....
  • Search for Kosovo compromise fails

    To Kosovo's ethnic Albanians, independence means control of lucrative coal mines and multimillion-dollar investment funds. It also means freedom from what they see as repressive Serbian governments. For many Serbs, independence for Kosovo is the ultimate...