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Elon Musk Reclaims Title Of World’s Richest Person

Elon Musk is once again the world’s richest person after leapfrogging French billionaire Bernard Arnault, after a slump in...

McCarthy, Biden Predict Congress Will Pass Debt-Ceiling Deal

U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy predicted on Sunday that a majority of his fellow Republicans would support the...

EU, US To Seek Stopgap Standards For AI, EU Tech Chief Says

The European Union and the United States are set to step up cooperation on artificial intelligence with a...

Gabriel Escobar: US Sees Open Balkans As An Opportunity For Montenegro

The United States of America views the Open Balkans initiative as an opportunity for Montenegro and the region...

White House Announces Novak Djokovic Is Allowed To Play At The US Open

This year, Novak Djokovic will play at the US Open, the last Grand Slam tournament of the season,...

United States Donation For Strengthening “Batut” Public Health Institute

USAID Serbia Mission Director Brooke Isham, together with the Ministry of Health, UNDP, WHO and USAID’s E-Health Project...

30 Years Since The Signing Of The NAFTA Agreement Marked In Belgrade

Celebrating 30 years since the signing of the NAFTA agreement is proof of the common belief that trade...

Escobar: Open Balkan The Opportunity For Region To Recover

"Russia will not be a credible partner, so it is economically and politically wrong to count on cooperation...

Leading Media Outlets Urge U.S. To Release Assange

The United States should end the criminal prosecution of Julian Assange, leading media outlets from the US and...

Joe Biden Becomes First Sitting US President To Reach 80 Years Old

The President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, turned 80 years old and became the first...

Musk Urges Americans To Vote Republican

Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, the owner of Twitter and the Tesla company, called on...

State Department: U.S. Continues To Support Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue

The U.S. will supports the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina under the leadership of the European Union and...

Serbia Opens New Embassy In The US

The opening reception of Serbia's brand new embassy in Washington D.C. was attended by about 200 dignitaries, the...

Ambassador Christopher Hill: Serbia Has Made Great Progress

Serbia has made great progress in many fields, including the protection of human rights, said United States Ambassador...

NASA’s DART Mission Hits Asteroid In First-Ever Planetary Defense Test

After 10 months flying in space, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) – the world’s first planetary defense...

Euro At Its Lowest Level Against Dollar In The Last Two Decades

The value of the dollar recorded a strong growth in the world markets since the American central bank...

Serbian Flag In Times Square

The flag of Serbia with a message about friendship between Serbia and the United States, as well as...

European Gas Prices Likely To Fall Sharply This Winter, Says Goldman Sachs

EU countries’ efforts to avoid big shortages likely to ‘successfully solve’ Russian cuts, says bank. European countries can withstand...

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Serbia To Celebrate The EU Green Week

Serbia is celebrating the EU Green Week again this year, with a set of events that brings together hundreds...

Elon Musk Reclaims Title Of World’s Richest Person

Elon Musk is once again the world’s richest person after leapfrogging French billionaire Bernard Arnault, after a slump in the...

Argentina’s Candidate Wins Vote To Lead UN Weather Agency

 Argentina's Celeste Saulo was appointed to head the U.N. weather agency on Thursday, a World Meteorological Organization (WMO) spokesperson...

Sweden Likely To Becoming First Smoke-free Country

Sweden has the lowest smoking rate in the European Union, and is likely to be declared a "smoke-free" country...

Serbia’s Foreign Trade In goods In The First 4 Months Was 21.94 Billion Euros

Serbia's total foreign trade in goods for the period January-April this year amounted to 23,632.9 million dollars (23.6 billion...