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NATO Bombings - Serbia (1) Serbians pay tributes to victims of NATO bombing in former Yugoslavia 

The 78-days-long NATO bombing campaign in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia between March 24 to June 10, 1999 caused the death of around 2,000 people, along with massive destruction of property and infrastructure

Rio Tinto -Serbia Succumbing to protests, Serbian government revokes permits for Rio Tinto mining project

Environmental groups and anti-mining activists have been organizing mobilizations across major cities in Serbia to protest Rio Tinto’s proposed mining project in the country which was being facilitated by the government

In Serbia too, voices rise up against Rio Tinto

Rio Tinto has been criticized widely by activists for the environmental damage its projects have caused around the world.

Serbia anti-mining protests Massive protests force Serbian president to halt controversial laws supporting Rio Tinto’s mining project

The Serbian parliament adopted two controversial legislations in November, reportedly to facilitate the quick launch of a lithium mining project of the Rio Tinto group 

Serbian unions demand a minimum wage which supports a dignified life

Trade unions in Serbia are demanding a minimum wage of 39,000 Serbian dinars (390.61 USD) per month for 2022, which they consider much needed to have a dignified life

Protests held in Serbia against large scale mining bid by Rio Tinto

Resident collectives, environment and progressive political groups intensified protests against the mining giant Rio Tinto for large scale mining of lithium-rich jadarite

Lawyers Protest-Serbia Protests surge in Serbia over amendments to law on civil procedure

Provisions in the Draft on Amendments to the Law on Civil Procedure in Serbia are likely to affect ordinary citizens’ right to access courts as well as hamper activists’ and independent media’s right to respond to lawsuits

Serbia internet workers protest What’s behind the internet workers’ protest in Serbia?

Miran Pogačar, president of the Association of Workers on the Internet in Serbia, talks about the mobilization by online workers against the harsh tax rules imposed by the government recently

Serbian online workers protest against taxation

Online workers in Serbia are protesting a new taxation scheme which could see them paying up to 6 years of back tax

Online workers protest-Serbia Online workers in Serbia continue protest against unscrupulous taxation 

The Serbian tax administration has asked online workers who earn income from abroad to pay taxes and interest contributions for the past five years. A majority of these online workers are freelancers, including students and youth distressed by the COVID-19 crisis

Serbian progressive groups condemn vandalizing of Tomb of National Heroes

The Tomb of National Heroes in Kalemegdan, which honors the sacrifices of World War II martyrs, was vandalized, reportedly by vigilantes of the far-right Leviathan Movement on December 21

Left-wing in Belgrade counters anti-immigrant vigilantism by Serbian far-right

Right-wing aggression has been surging in Serbia and anti-immigrant vigilante groups have been holding events where campaigns are conducted against migrants.

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