Serbian prime minister Ana Brnabić announces a five-day nationwide lockdown from tomorrow until March 21, which will close all non-essential shops. Students in the lower grades of primary schools will most likely switch to online classes from March 22 for at least one week.
Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić nominates Ana Brnabić as the next Prime Minister of Serbia. If confirmed by the National Assembly, Brnabić will become Serbia's first female and lesbian Prime Minister.
Voters in Serbia go to the polls for an election, which Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić of the conservative Serbian Progressive Party is expected to win. In projections, Vučić gets around 55% of the votes, avoiding a second round.
Roughly 2,000 people protest in Belgrade against alleged fraud in the country's recent election. The protesters accuse Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić of manipulating the results in order to prevent the far-right Dveri party from reaching the 5-percent threshold and gaining seats in the National Assembly. A repeat vote is expected on May 4 in locations where voting irregularities have been found.
An attacker throws a grenade and fires shots outside a sports hall in the small town of Zubin Potok in northern Kosovo, just hours before Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić was due to hold an election rally there. "A hand grenade exploded outside the sports hall but there are no injuries," Besim Hoti, a Kosovo police commander in the area, told Reuters.
Two Serbian embassy staff abducted in Libya in November 2015 are believed to have been among dozens killed in yesterday's U.S. airstrike on an ISIL camp in Sabratha, according to Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić is pelted with stones and other objects as he attempts to pay respects to the victims of the Bosnian Genocide, Vučić is a former member of the Serbian Radical Party, a far right anti-Islam party.
Luka Bojović, an alleged member of the Zemun Clan, is arrested in Valencia, Spain, for involvement in over 20 murders in Serbia, the Netherlands and Spain, including the killing of former Prime Minister of Serbia Zoran Đinđić.
Miloš Simović is arrested in a forest near Belgrade while attempting to cross into Croatia. He was convicted "in absentia" of the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić in 2003. [http:--news.bbc.co.uk-2-hi-world-europe-10276339.stm (BBC)] [http:--uk.reuters.com-article-idUKTRE65931Z20100610?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews (Reuters)] [http:--www.miamiherald.com-2010-06-10-1673032-serbian-police-catch-convicted.html ("Miami Herald")]date=August 2019