"Through the lens of my camera, I learned so much from Michelle Obama. Her dedication to education and providing opportunities for those who need it most truly inspired me."Amanda Lucidon
Former official White House photographer
"The Houthi threat has not been given due attention in Western capitals. They are not proscribed as a terrorist group by the US State Department, NATO or the EU. This means it is perfectly legal to support or even fundraise for them."Nathalie Goulet
"Although the EU cannot avert a ‘no deal’ Brexit if the UK chooses to pursue it, the EU can be ready to assist in avoiding it by leaving the door open for cooler heads, and warmer hearts, in the UK to prevail."Alyn Smith
MEP for Scotland
"When nationally-funded institutions like the NHS are preparing for 'all situations', we should take this as a sign that things may get significantly worse."Robbie Toan
Operations Director at Assured Pharmacy
"Without [indoor farming] we are not going meet the demands and needs for nutrient-rich food around the world"Matt Barnard
"Stan Lee may have been mortal, but his ideas, like his superheroes, will never die."Ani Bundel
"The UK government maintains that it is fully committed to the Good Friday Agreement whilst simultaneously contesting the treaty through the courts. It reassures both the Irish government and EU that it will uphold its commitments whilst fighting to break them."Emma DeSouza
Immigration and citizens' rights campaigner
"Rising global uncertainty and a widening U.S. yield differential with other economies provide support, but an elevated valuation may constrain further gains"Richard Turnill
global chief investment strategist with BlackRock, wrote in a research note.
Belgrade Zoo welcomed two new babies this week - an American bison calf and a fawn
Serbia's monarchs were kicked out of the country during World War II but they never gave up the claim to the throne. Now a new political party is lobbying to bring the monarchy back.
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Serbian President Vučić on EU bid and making "huge efforts” to normalise Kosovo relations
A far-right leader and convicted war criminal was stopped from holding a controversial rally in Serbia on Sunday.
Series of finds of illegal dumps raises fears thousands of tons of waste remain to be found in vulnerable locations.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is currently touring six Western Balkan countries and has made it clear membership of the bloc is not a done deal
Around 30 competitors braved Belgrade's 3-degree wind dressed in next to nothing.
Amid biting wind and freezing temperatures, groups of migrants huddle around a fire near Serbia's border with Croatia, sharing food and warm drinks and waiting for an opportunity to cross over into the European Union member country.
As Serbs try to come to terms with their history, the country remains divided over Mladic verdict
A joint military exercise between Serbian and US troops is part of an effort to boost relations between the Balkan country and NATO
A little more than a decade ago US and Serbian forces were at loggerheads in the Balkans. Now they are training together with a view to an eventual Serbian-NATO partnership.
Campaigners have described the event as a test of the conservative Balkan state's rights record as it seeks to join the European Union.
A 10-year-old Afghan refugee dubbed "Little Picasso" has an art show in Belgrade, with proceeds going to help a sick Serbian boy.
Twelve-time grand slam tennis champion Novak Djokovic will miss the rest of the season to recover from a right elbow injury
Novak Djokovic may miss this year's US Open
The Russian Serbian Center is poised to help during natural disasters
Aleksandar Vucic has taken office as Serbia’s President after his decisive election victory last month.
It’s a largely ceremonial post, but he is
A Serbian activist threw a cream pie in the face of French intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy at a showing of his film ‘Peshmerga’ in the Serbian capital of Belgrade on Wednesday (10…
Serbia sees a sixth day of anti-corruption protests following the presidential election win of Aleksander Vucic.
In Serbia’s capital Belgrade, thousands took to the streets on Wednesday for the third day in a row, to protest against the overwhelming victory of Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in last