Stories about Serbia from February, 2009
Belgraded posts an update on the Miladin Kovacevic’s story.
A Yankee-in-Belgrade writes about Belgrade's Museum of African Art.
Blogging Balkanistan writes about Kosovo's first anniversary of independence.
Cafe Turco congratulates Kosovo on the first anniversary of independence.
Belgraded describes how the Serbian parliament has been working this past month: “It all started when the national TV said that it won’t broadcast the sessions because they had to broadcast live tennis and handball tournament instead. MPs said they won’t work unless everyone in Serbia can follow what they’re...
Belgraded has discovered a blog “that's completely dedicated to good looking Balkan guys.”
Marian Cozma, a Romanian handball player, was killed in a nightclub fight in Veszprém, Hungary, on Feb. 8. Here's some of what's been written by bloggers about the circumstances of Cozma's death.
Gray Falcon critiques some of the Balkan war movies.
Belgraded and Balkan File discuss whether Belgrade is a cheap city or not.
Belgraded writes about president Boris Tadic's failure to congratulate Barack Obama on becoming president, and explains the situation with Pescanik (“Hourglass”) radio show.
Blogging Balkanistan links to a post on Belgrade's gay and lesbian community at The Belgrade Dispatch.
A few days ago, Serbian web site www.pescanik.net was hacked and the weekly radio broadcast of the same name was disrupted. Also, the car of Svetlana Lukic, one of two Pescanik's editors, was destroyed. Sinisa Boljanovic translates some of the reactions that have appeared in the Serbian blogosphere.