Five people were killed and another 22 were wounded early on Saturday when a man entered a cafe in northern Serbia and opened fire with an assault rifle, police said.
Police arrested the suspect, a man in his late 30s identified o
Etihad Airways equity partner Air Serbia today launched flights to the US, a milestone achieved with the support of, and in collaboration with, several of Etihad Airways equity partner airlines.
Air Serbia, in which Etihad A
UAE national carrier Etihad Airways has signed a joint agreement with AD Zobnatica and Air Serbia to sponsor a prestigious horse racing event, Prince Paul’s Cup – Zobnatica 2015 in the Balkan nation.
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Serbia sealed an agreement with an Abu Dhabi investor on Sunday for a multi-billion-dollar, Dubai-style riverside development that has drawn fire from some Belgraders worried about the scale and cost of the project.
Lawmakers in Serbia gave the green light to a riverside development project in Belgrade, bankrolled by an Abu Dhabi investor but deeply dividing residents of the capital.
Developers hope to break ground on Belgrade Waterfront this
The vista of rusting boats and drab wasteland that greets visitors passing over the river Sava into Belgrade is set to be transformed into a futuristic forest of skyscrapers under ambitious redevelopment plans that have left Serbs deeply split.
Serbia has unveiled plans to redevelop the Belgrade waterfront, aiming to make the capital a tourism and business hub, in a controversial 3 billion euro ($4.08 billion) scheme that will be funded by cash from Gulf investors.
WTS Energy, a leading manpower supply company to the oil, gas and energy industry, has opened offices in Belgrade (Serbia) and Maputo and Pemba (Mozambique).
With their expanded network, WTS Energy will be able
Serbia has signed an agreement for a $1 billion loan from Abu Dhabi, the emirate's Department of Finance said on Thursday, boosting the Balkan country's drive to find investors from outside the euro zone.
Serbian Finance M
The desert states of the Gulf are changing tack in their multi-billion dollar search for food security.
With their farming projects in some of the poorest African nations sometimes arousing local hostility, wealthy Arab investors