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Privatization: A part of Serbia’s media puzzle

By Alexandra Cheney BELGRADE, For decades most media outlets in Serbia have relied on a daily news feed from Tanjug, but that is about to change: after 72 years the state news agency created at the...

Learning Pain

By Emma Woods BELGRADE/PRISTINA, Serbia has been trying to join the European Union, but many of its citizens still have a passionate anti-western sentiment. These feelings are largely connected to a 1999 NATO bombing campaign...

FOOD

The Staple of Serbia

by Kinsley Cuen Belgrade -- With its iconic red and white labeling and frequent appearances on billboards and menus alike, it is hard to avoid...

A Refreshing Tradition: The Green Markets of Belgrade

by Paul Rochford BELGRADE - Long sections of green fence surround rows of tables brightly decorated with hundreds of varieties of fresh fruits, vegetables, beans,...

PROFILE

By Christina Noto Belgrade - “I am a little fighter girl. And I think that this is something that we need in the world… girls who fight,” Zoe Gudovic says. Her burgundy t-shirt mirrors the rosy glow of her cheeks...
By Claire Taylor BELGRADE, Milica Calija is used to people’s puzzled expressions when they learn she quit a successful marketing and communications career to bake oatmeal cookies. Her answer: “I think I was born with a different spirit.” Calija is a mother...

SCENE PIECE

Responsibility and Remembering: 20 years of the RTS Bombing

By Kinsley Cuen Belgrade -- When NATO drops a bomb in another country, do they hear it? Do they care? For many in Belgrade, a...

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