Serbia passed a law that allows for the restitution of heirless and unclaimed Jewish property seized during the Holocaust to the Jewish community.
Romanian and Serbian Holocaust survivors have received payments totaling 2.5 million Euro as a result of efforts to obtain restitution of Jewish communal property.
A local branch of the Serbian Progressive Party rejected criticism of a decision to open an office at the site of former Nazi-run concentration camp Staro Sajmiste in Belgrade.
Two Serbian youths have been arrested on suspicion that they toppled or smashed 47 headstones at the Jewish cemetery in the northern city of Pančevo.
A programme to provide direct funds to Serbian Holocaust survivors all over the world has been launched in Serbia. The programme results from a law passed last year in Serbia...
The Jewish community of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, has vowed to use all legal means to prevent the rehabilitation of the country's Second World War-era Prime Minister Milan...
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