On May 26, Ivan Stojadinovic was acquitted of charges in connection with the 2008 death of Knjazevac municipal court president Dragisa Cvejic due to lack of evidence.
Police suspected that Cvejic's killing was politically motivated, due to his work as a judge.
The first show is supposed to be “Fever show” going live from Melbourne, Australia on February 6.
Apart from that, in the second half of February a new talk-show will go live, called “All the colors of the rainbow”.
Revulsion rose again this month when Serbian police killed more than 40 ethnic Albanian villagers in the conflict over independence for Kosovo.
For now, the radio LGBT Serbia will have only music program, and starting from the mid February up until the end of March they expect more shows of educational, fun, and cultural character.But perhaps even more so for those who made Britain their home after the Second World War, and those who followed in the 1960s, when Tito relaxed border controls, and again during President Slobodan Milosevic's war-torn 1990s.Serbs living abroad are acutely aware of the disgust at a litany of Serbian war crimes and massacres since war broke out in 1991.I am a Croat, black gay man: Here’s a glimpse of my life in the Balkans!LIKE US ON FACEBOOK – Telegraf English, or write to us on: [email protected] radio can be followed only online, through a player on the official website, or the application for Android and i Phone devices.In May 2008 voters elected a new parliament in which some minority ethnic parties won seats.