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  • EU candidate Serbia says will not exploit Russian embargo

    BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia said on Friday it would not subsidise exports to Russia, after the European Union urged the Balkan country - a candidate for accession to the bloc - not to exploit the Kremlin's ban on Western food imports. Serbian food...
  • Super League foreigners will boost Indian football - Djordjic

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Foreign players who join India's Super League are not just mercenaries chasing one final big payday but they will help to establish football in the cricket-mad country, former Manchester United midifelder Bojan Djordjic told Reuters....
  • Pierce Brosnan Brings His 'Cultured Badass' to Serbia Shoot of 'November Man'

    Pierce Brosnan's "The November Man" had been a movie long in the process until its premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Wednesday. It was on the radar for Brosnan and producing partner Beau St. Clair after Brosnan retired from his role of James Bond...
  • Travel letters: Reflections of quirky Portland

    Reflections of quirky Portland I just finished the Aug. 3 article "Cycle City" by Chris Erskine, on biking in Portland, Ore. As an L.A. native who attended Portland State University and then lived and worked in Portland for another dozen years, only...
  • Inquiry finds 'indications' of organ harvesting in Kosovo conflict

    Inquiry finds 'indications' of organ harvesting in Kosovo conflict
    An EU-led inquiry found "compelling indications" that Kosovo Albanian guerrillas extracted body organs from Serb captives during the 1998-99 war and sold them, but the practice was not widespread and there was not enough evidence for a trial, the lead...
  • Sarajevo begins to heal from its haunted history

    Sarajevo begins to heal from its haunted history
    If you dare to visit here — and I'm glad I did — you'll eventually stand beneath the elegant geometry of Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque (built in 1530) or sip a beer at the Sarajevo Brewery (founded in 1864) or tiptoe atop the stone walls of the White...
  • Cruising the Danube River is an eye-opening experience

    A set of headlights on the Serbian side of the Danube River disappeared into a tunnel and emerged, and I had to remind myself that it was I — not the land — that was drifting by. In that moment, I was as carefree as a leaf on a stream, a...
  • Bosnia hit by fresh flooding, two people missing

    SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Police in Bosnia searched on Friday for two people swept away during the second bout of torrential rainfall since May, when the Balkans were hit by the worst floods in more than a century. The body of a woman was recovered on...
  • Vlade Divac has emergency stomach surgery

    Vlade Divac has emergency stomach surgery
    Former NBA center Vlade Divac underwent emergency stomach surgery in his native Serbia on Saturday. Doctors said in a statement that Divac was admitted to a Belgrade hospital after feeling "strong pains in his stomach." However, his life was not...
  • NBA roundup: Pacers' George has surgery on broken leg

    The Sports Xchange NBA roundup: Pacers' George has surgery on broken leg Indiana Pacers All-Star Paul George had surgery on his broken right leg and is resting comfortably in a hospital, USA Basketball announced. George is expected to remain at Sunrise...
  • Former NBA C Divac has emergency surgery

    The Sports Xchange Former NBA C Divac has emergency surgery Former NBA center Vlade Divac underwent emergency stomach surgery in his native Serbia on Saturday. Doctors said in a statement that Divac was admitted to a Belgrade hospital after feeling...