Should I stay or should I go is a dilemma that most of young people in Serbia are facing. The topic is especially live since the frontiers of European Union have expanded to Southeast Europe and created new opportunities and new temptations. Researches show that over a quarter of students in Serbia want to continue their life abroad.
In 1991 SFR Yugoslavia won the 'Eurobasket' gold medal and ended its existence as the second most successful country in basketball championships (after the soviet union). Twenty years on, all of Yugoslavia's ex-republic national teams have met for the first time at the same event. The riveting European basketball championships have reunited a region and end in Vilnius on 18 September
As the weekend drew to a close we’ve been hearing polar concert success stories. Between one Grammy-award winning British former drug addict’s Balkan comeback and more outrageous non-European sounds in Spain, is it off the continent where we need to be experiencing the best music live?
Era il 18 giugno al Tuborg Festival davanti alla fortezza di Kalemegdan, Belgrado. Circa 20.000 persone assistevano all'ultimo concerto della diva soul, morta un mese dopo a soli 27 anni. Senka Korac vide lo show dal vivo e lo raccontò a cafebabel.com, esprimendo costernazione e preoccupazione per le sorti della cantante. Cronaca di una serata triste.
Pop culture won’t cease to derive from stereotypes and prejudice. One Serbian journalist, who tentatively packed her bags for Tirana, finds out whether this is a revealing sign of ever-present albanophobia or anti-albanianism
Israa Abdel Fattah, Mohamed Adel and Asmaa Mahfouz will be remembered as the ones who largely contributed to dismantling Hosni Mubarak's 30 year rule over Egypt, and one of them revealed this year that he trained with similar youth organisations in Belgrade