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Newspaper Hrvatska riječ · The Croatian Word read in English

Subotica ·Croatian ·Newspaper ·Weekly ·General ·None
Serbian weekly magazine in Croatian, aimed at the local Croatian diaspora of the province of Vojvodina. It is published by the National Council of the Croatian Minority, funded by grants and publishing funds. It was relaunched in 2003 after a nearly 50-year hiatus from publishing. Available for free download.

Newspaper Informer read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Yellow press ·None
The most widely circulated newspaper in Serbia, a sensational tabloid with characteristic exclusives from the country's life, an information and entertainment publication, as well as an online newspaper with a video section. The newspaper is known for its support of the Progressive Party of Serbia.

Newspaper Вечерње новости · Vecernje novosti · The Evening News read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Right
The second most popular evening newspaper in Serbia after Informer and one of the oldest publications. Organizer, financial and media sponsor of various events, promotions, events, winner of many awards and nominations, a place for official publications.

Newspaper Kurir · The Courier read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Yellow press ·None
It is a newspaper with a characteristic sensational and incriminating sense, rumors and revelations, incredible news from the world of show business, sports, politics and middle-class life. It was created on the basis of a similar publication closed by the government «Nacional».

Newspaper Blic · The Flash read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Yellow press ·None
One of the first representatives of the entertainment and tabloid press of the then Yugoslavia, a newspaper for non-serious reading at leisure, entertainment and recreation: rumors, sensations, gossip, investigations, photojournalism, show business, quizzes and prize draws, horoscope.

Newspaper Alo! · The Hello read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Yellow press ·None
A frivolous newspaper for entertaining reading, riddled with rumors, sensationalism, revelations from the world of politics, sports, and show business in Serbia. It was conceived as a more modern alternative to the existing tabloids, and is promoted through aggressive advertising campaigns, quizzes, contests, and lotteries.

Newspaper Политика · Politika · The Politics read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Politics ·Centrism
The oldest newspaper in the Balkans, which continues to be published to this day. Considered the most authoritative periodical in Serbia, it is a political daily with a long history and traditions, part of the country's history. It is published in Cyrillic.

Newspaper Magyar Szó · The Hungarian Word read in English

Novi Sad ·Hungarian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·International ·None
Serbian newspaper of the Hungarian minority in the province of Vojvodina, published by the Hungarian National Council. The electronic version of the publication is available in English and Serbian.

Newspaper Спортски журнал · Sportski Zurnal · The Sports Journal read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Sport ·None
The leading sports newspaper in Serbia today, mainly devoted to local and European football, as well as other popular sports in Serbia: athletics, auto-moto-and bicycle racing, skiing. On the pages of the publication you can find match reviews, sports interviews, forecasts and various analytics.

Newspaper Дневник · Dnevnik · The Diary read in English

Novi Sad ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
Regional newspaper-diary of the Serbian city of Novi Sad and the entire province of Vojvodina on the banks of the Danube. Initially, it was created as an organ of the underground People's Liberation Movement of Yugoslavia.

Newspaper Danas · The Today read in English

Belgrade ·Serbian ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Centre-left
An independent political and social daily with author's journalistic materials, there are no commercial articles and low-grade publications. The newspaper's political line is aimed at European integration. The newspaper publishes comics by the famous Serbian cartoonist Predrag Korakzik Koraks.