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Serbian

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the dialect of Serbo-Croat spoken in Serbia
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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Serbian Ambassador to Turkey Danilo Vucetic has said the ystanbul police neglected to heed the warnings by the Serbian Consulate in ystanbul about high security risks and failed to take necessary measures before a basketball game between Serbia's Red Star Belgrade team and Turkey's Galatasaray Liv Hospital, which ended with a fatal stabbing of a Serbian fan.
In Serbian literature, there has not been a systematic study of women's press, even though women in Vojvodina were reading women's newspapers and magazines written in Serbo-Croatian, German, and Hungarian by the late 19th and early 20th century.
Bosnia-Hercegovina survived the 1992-1995 genocide against its population from Serbian and Croatian ultra-nationalists and exists today as a fragmented and politically divided country where Serbian leaders, who continue to promote the types of ethnic extremist statements that were common during the war, control half the country.
Just as Kosovans' attitudes improved toward their national government between 2007 and 2008, so too has Serbians' satisfaction with their public services.
company to win the coveted license is proof that Serbians have no lingering hostility toward Americans over the bombing campaign, certainly not when investment is at stake.
Days later the independent radio station B92, where Maljkovic worked, was closed by Serbian police.
Results are based on face-to-face interviews conducted during February 2007 with randomly selected samples of 1,566 Serbians aged 15 and older.
The church's goal is to introduce the community to Serbian food and culture.
The plaque was erected by the Serbian Heritage Academy of Canada and is a twin to another similar plaque erected at the Memorial Hall of the Medical Services Building University of Toronto.
"France proposes to change this situation by scrapping, before the elections, the visa charges for the Serbian youngsters," he added.
In the schools in Novi Sad in Vojvodina a, group of young women connected to the Serbian Women in Black network offer peace education to Serbian school children.