Although Habsburg rule was more oppressive than Ottoman and exploited the local Serb majority, the latter did benefit from self-government, including an autonomous militia, and economic integration with the Habsburg monarchy—reforms that contributed to the growth of the Serb middle class and were continued by the Ottomans "in the interest of law and order". Serbia's population increased rapidly from 270,000 to 400,000, but the decline of Habsburg power in the region provoked the second Great Serb Migration (1737–39).
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — They practiced in secret and struggled to get to an international tournament in Europe...The Afghan boxers, their coach and a top boxing federation official remained in Serbia after the AIBA World Boxing Championships finished in early November, saying they could face retribution from the Taliban if they returned home.
In 2016, Huawei inked a major agreement with Telekom Srbija to overhaul Serbia's telecommunications infrastructure ... In 2016, it landed a 150-million-euro deal to upgrade Serbia's telecommunications infrastructure ... Crime and Corruption Reporting Network (KRIK) is a non-profit organization established to improve investigative journalism in Serbia.
... in war and Serbia was in the grip of nationalism ... Vuckovic’s name appears in the investigation into the attack by Belivuk on the café of Alcatraz leader Vavic, but he was never formally investigated, the Centre for Investigative Journalism of Serbia, CINS, reported in late 2017.
Later in September, the Wall StreetJournal reported that the CIA had evacuated an intelligence officer from Serbia who had suffered what the paper described as “serious injuries.”. In October, the Journal reported that at least five families who have associations with the U.S.
PresidentBiden on Friday signed into law the HavanaAct, a bill that would bolster support for US officials suffering from the mysterious neurological syndrome known as 'Havana Syndrome.' ... The CIA also evacuated an intelligence officer from Serbia who was suffering from symptoms within recent weeks, according to a report by The WallStreetJournal.
That officer was in Serbia...The CIA evacuated an intelligence officer from Serbia after they experienced symptoms of the mysterious "Havana Syndrome," The WallStreetJournal reported. Current and former US officials told The Journal that the evacuation took place in the last few ...
Sunday's ceremony held in Cetinje, a former capital of the small Balkan nation, has angered opponents of the Serbian church in Montenegro, which declared independence from neighboring Serbia in 2006... Vucic told the pro-government TV Prva in Belgrade that Serbia has no “aspirations” toward Montenegro “but only the closest and best relations.”.
The ceremony planned for Sunday in Cetinje has angered opponents of the Serbian church in Montenegro, which declared independence from neighboring Serbia in 2006... Montenegrin state RTCG TV said the protesters broke through a police blockade at the entrance to Cetinje and threw stones at them, shouting "This is Montenegro!” and “This is not Serbia!”.