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  • Political background of the Gay Parade 01.09.2011 Novi magazin 18

    Political background of the Gay Parade

    The political foreplay of this year’s Pride parade in Serbia greatly differs from last year’s, even though you get the impression that everything is the same. The common denominator is fear of violence. But last year everything had a European character and was in rainbow colors, but now there is only the deep Serbian rigor in all shades of grey. More

  • The Constitutional Court has also deceived the minorities in Europe 01.09.2011 Novi magazin 18

    The Constitutional Court has also deceived the minorities in Europe

    There are a only few months left until the parliamentary elections in Croatia, and the Constitutional Court, the Parliament, the government and the opposition are still fighting over the amendments on the minority votes in a country with 22 ethnic groups, among which the Serbian minority, which is the biggest, doesn’t pass the election census of 5 percent. More

  • Life after Angela 26.08.2011 Novi magazin 17

    Life after Angela

    Angela Merkel’s messages have made Belgrade’s representatives uneasy. The suspension of Serbian institutions as a condition for the EU would mean a significant deviation from the politics which has been led until now. But, it doesn’t seem that the conditions of “Frau Iron” have upset much the Serbs on Kosovo. More

  • Cuban scorpions against cancer 25.08.2011 Novi magazin 17

    Cuban scorpions against cancer

    In Serbia there should soon be a homeopathic medicine made in Cuba, for which they say helps even the worst diseases. Zoran Curcic gives us some of the experiences of people who used this medicine and answers our question: why has Cuban medicine become so famous and popular in the West. More

  • What is in Angela Merkel’s package? 18.08.2011 Novi magazin 16

    What is in Angela Merkel’s package?

    The visit was agreed upon long before the recent events on the north of Kosovo. It is not a routine visit, but it will not bring anything spectacular, says Ognjen Pribicevic, former Serbian ambassador to Germany for Novi magazin. More

  • Inspectors are selling their integrity for peanuts 18.08.2011 Novi magazin 16

    Inspectors are selling their integrity for peanuts

    According to a research done by the Association of Employers of Serbia, every other caterer has to bribe and treat inspectors to avoid unfounded and frequent control checkups. The inspectors first ask for lunch and then for money. More

  • Capital of culture 18.08.2011 Novi magazin 16

    Capital of culture

    Recently there was a pretty pompous headline how the European committee for culture and education had officially said that Serbia, with Belgrade as its candidate, was, by ratings, the best looking candidate for the European capital of culture. More

  • Crime has deleted the borders a lot before the state did 11.08.2011 Novi magazin 15

    Crime has deleted the borders a lot before the state did

    The State prosecutor’s office for organized crime gathered evidence which prove that the Darko Saric’s clan smuggled, in 2008 and 2009 alone, some four tones of pure cocaine in bulk , worth 140 million Euros, and that Stanko Subotic with his tobacco smuggling damaged the state’s budget for 60 million DM and eight million dollars. More

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