"Appearances are deceptive": funny, imaginative, full of thought

What Makes measly men powerful? The Serbian author and director Srđan Dragojević gives a clear answer to the question: malevolence in his entertaining satire.

Church of St. George in Oplenac, Serbia: The Complete Guide

Like many Orthodox temples, the Church of St. George in Oplenac, outside of Topala, Serbia, looks simple on the outside. Sure, its facade of

Traveling to Serbia in the Balkans

The breakup of the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s sparked many wars between ethnic groups and six republics that had merged into one country,

Belgrade, the sandy capital of Serbia, is on the rise

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, part of the former Yugoslavia, is relatively unknown thanks to the years behind the Iron Curtain under the rule


"Suspected danger" – Berlin police on duty

At night, the Berlin police search an apartment, supported by the fire brigade and the Robert Koch Institute. The suspicion: A person could be in danger. Investigators are silent on the details.

Slight cooling down after a hot weekend announced

The summer high “Oscar” is slowly saying goodbye. A few showers and thunderstorms are forecast. It should cool down significantly by mid-week.

Must Read

Red Bull's "statement of intent" with its signings

Red Bull's latest signings for its F1 engine project, coming from Mercedes, are a 'statement of intent', according to the team.

According to the study: Judges are increasingly referring to Wikipedia for decisions

A team of researchers in Cambridge has found that judges in Ireland are increasingly relying on Wikipedia articles to reach their judgements.