U.S.-based electronics maker
Amphenol Automotive Technologies opened a plant on
Thursday in the town of Trstenik, in central Serbia.
* The company has hired 130 people so far and plans to increase
the plant's workforce to 1,000 over the next three years,
Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic said at the opening
* The plant will manufacture cables for the automotive
* Serbia's government provided a 4.6 million euro ($5.2
million) subsidy for the plan
A bid by Balkan countries to host the 2030 soccer World Cup would have a realistic chance because the governments of Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and Romania would offer support for the joint candidature, Bulgaria's Sports Minister Krasen Kralev said on Wednesday.
A U.N. war crimes courtroom in which a Bosnian Serb general was prosecuted for atrocities committed during the siege of Sarajevo has been moved to the Bosnian capital to preserve the legacy of the first attempt to hold war criminals to account since World War Two.
A Los Angeles man who was accused last week of pushing a pedestrian in front of an oncoming truck has been charged in that crime in addition to two other "random and unprovoked attacks," prosecutors said Friday.
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Thousands of people rallied peacefully in downtown Belgrade on Saturday to protest over an attack on an opposition politician and demand policy changes by President Aleksandar Vucic and his ruling Serbian Progressive party.
Serbia's premier suggested on Wednesday that any creation of a standing army in Kosovo could provoke military intervention by Belgrade, two decades after Kosovo Albanians' uprising against repressive Serbian rule.
A Bosnian Serb ex-commander, who was jailed for 28 years by the U.N. war crimes tribunal for rape and enslavement in Bosnia's war of the 1990s, has now been indicted over the killing of Muslim civilians, Bosnia's prosecutors office said on Wednesday.
Flags flew at half staff across Kosovo on Wednesday in honor of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush, who is seen as a figure of national importance in their country for having written a letter threatening Serbia if it attacked.
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