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· July, 2010

Stories about Serbia from July, 2010

26 July 2010

Serbia: A Journalist Is Attacked on a Public Bus

Teofil Pancic, a well-known Serbian journalist, was beaten up on a public bus on Saturday. Sinisa Boljanovic translates some of the initial reactions by Serbian netizens.

25 July 2010

Serbia: ICJ Rules Kosovo’s Independence Legal

On July 22, the International Court of Justice ruled that the declaration of independence of Kosovo did not violate international law. Sinisa Boljanovic reviews Serbian bloggers' reactions to the ruling.

14 July 2010

Serbia: One Pair of Shoes, One Life

Charged with genocide by the Hague Tribunal for the brutal deaths of more than 8000 Muslims in this Bosnian town on 11 July 1995, General Ratko Mladic has not been...

11 July 2010

Serbia: Fans Outraged by FIFA's Sanctions Against Serbia Coach Radomir Antic

The controversial decisions of several referees participating in the World Cup and their methods have been brought into question by fans, bloggers [ENG], journalists [ENG] and national football associations worldwide...

8 July 2010

Serbia: Bloggers Make Health Care Scandal A Personal Affair

It would seem that Serbia’s bloggers have officially joined the ranks of citizen journalism. This week, just some 48 hours after several Serbian bloggers united to demand the resignation of...

7 July 2010

Serbia: Bloggers Demand Health Minister's Resignation

A recent corruption scandal at the Oncology Institute in Belgrade has enraged the Serbian public and blogging community. Danica Radisic writes about the Resignation (Ostavka) blog initiative - and the...

2 July 2010

Macedonia: Ten Steps for Running a Banana Republic

Kopach, a columnist for the independent portal Okno.mk, published a list entitled "10 Ways to Run a Banana State" which received much attention among social media users from Macedonia.