Two Brooklyn cops turned a blind eye to a gun dropped by a fleeing robbery suspect, allowing a passerby to abscond with the firearm — and now the officers have been disciplined by the department, officials and police sources said. The NYPD Housing cops were running down two suspects in the hold-up of a teen...
As pro-democracy protesters flooded the streets of Belgrade for the sixth consecutive week, Russian President Vladimir Putin also attracted a crowd here. At a time when authoritarianism is on the rise, a visit like this suggests that Serbia may also be moving in a similar direction. We went to Belgrade to understand why.
More than 10,000 people marched through Belgrade on Saturday evening to protest against the rule of President Aleksandar Vucic and his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), demanding media freedom as a precondition for free and fair elections.
Serbia's pro-Western President Aleksandar Vucic staged a lavish welcome for Vladimir Putin on Thursday - even presenting the visiting Russian leader with a puppy - in what critics called a bid to deflect attention from weeks of anti-government protests.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday accused authorities in Kosovo of taking a series of provocative steps, including deciding to set up its own army, a move he said had ratcheted up tensions with Serbia and could destabilize the region.
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