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Orthodox New Year Celebration in UN

Jan 18th, 2013 | By | In Holiday, Orthodoxy

Belgrade’s Viva Vox choir, performing a capella – without instruments, ushered the New 2013 Year with a concert in United Nations General Assembly in New York, on January 14, the first day of the New Year according to the Julian calendar.

Serbia Ushers Orthodox New Year in United Nations

An arrangement of traditional Serbian songs, mixed with world pop/rock and classical music was greeted with standing ovations. Among the best received was the famous Serbian First World War March to Drina.

The glorious March was composed by Stanislav Binički in 1914, in honor of the bravery of the Serbian Army, after winning a triumphal Battle of Cer, the first victory for the Allied forces in WWI.

Libya Against Severing Kosovo from Serbia

Mar 18th, 2008 | By | In Current, General, serbia

Follow Leader of Libya Muammar al-Gaddafi supports Serbian stand: Pristina separatists’ declaration illegal and unacceptable Libya Will Not Recognize Mafia State on Serbian Territory Libya will not recognize the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and Metohija and it urges the continuation of the talks that would lead to a compromise solution, Libyan State Minister for […]

Now UNMIK Attacks Serbs

Mar 17th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow NATO sends tanks on Serbs on anniversary of March pogrom. Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia, March 17 2008 NATO/UNMIK “Protection”: 70 Serbs Injured, 15 Seriously Around 70 Serbs were injured in Kosovska Mitrovica on Monday morning, of whom 15 seriously injured patients were hospitalized, while two persons who had received life-threatening injuries were transported to Kragujevac […]

Four Years Since March Pogrom

Mar 17th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow Four Years Since Kosovo Kristallnacht Today marks four years since the March pogrom of Serbs in Kosovo-Metohia, in which 19 people were killed, hundreds were wounded and thousands forced out of their homes. Raska-Prizren Bishop Artemije will lead the Memorial Prayer Service for all the Kosovo-Metohia victims. In the violent outbursts of Kosovo Albanian […]

Commemorations and Birthdays

Mar 14th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow Annual ritual of Serbia’s pimps and political hooligans (L-R): Zarko Korac, Cheda the Junkie, Natasa Micic “Democrats” and “Hooligans” — Who’s Who On February 21, a group of young Serbs split from the Belgrade rally which gathered at least half a million people protesting against unilateral declaration of independence by Pristina separatists, and attacked […]

Political Comedie Noire

Mar 13th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow Tadic Gets Bitch Slapped by the EU Again and Again (When will traitors get some respect?!) During the campaign for presidential elections, when it became clear Tomislav Nikolic is not only breathing down Tadic’s neck, but getting a mere inch from securing a victory, Serbia’s Yellows made sure to promise the impossible: both preserving […]

Armed Conflict Over Kosovo-Metohia

Mar 12th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow General Ivashov: Armed Conflict Over Serbian Province Probable The illegal declaration by Pristina separatists may trigger armed fighting of Kosovo Serbs against the “current masters” of the Serbian province and NATO forces, assessed on Tuesday former chief of international military cooperation at the Russian Defense Ministry, and now president of the Academy of Geopolitical […]

Islamic Conference Refuses to Recognize Kosovo Independence

Mar 11th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow Kosovo Province Causes Rift Among OIC Experts Experts of the 57 Islamic member-states met in session ahead of a meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Council of foreign ministers, but strong disagreements broke out after Turkey attempted to secure that the closing document of the 11th OIC summit should include an […]

Kashmir Secessionists Cite Kosovo Precedent

Mar 11th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow If Kosovo Can, Why Not Kashmir? According to Tanjug, protesters originating from India’s Kashmir region demonstrated outside the headquarters of the European Commission (EC) and the European Union (EU) Council in Brussels on Tuesday, demanding that the Kosovo precedent be applied on Kashmir and that this region be given the right to unilateral secession […]

Strache Sides with Serbs

Mar 10th, 2008 | By | In General, serbia

Follow Heinz-Christian Strache: I will Fight Alongside Serbs March 2, 2008 Holy Liturgy in the Serbian Orthodox Church of the Ascension of the Most Holy Mother of God in Vienna was attended by the leader of the Freedom Party of Austria, Heinz-Christian Strache, with his associates. According to the report by Austrian Serbs, Strache stood […]