[ US /ˈsɝbiə/ ]
- a historical region in central and northern Yugoslavia; Serbs settled the region in the 6th and 7th centuries
How To Use Serbia In A Sentence
- The plotters were arrested in September 2006, just a few months after the country broke away from Serbia.
- His tour came after Serbian President Boris Tadic said that he would join other leaders in the Brdo at Kranj castle, but only if Kosovo was represented by the United Nations and their officials sit at the table with nameplates Kosovo-UNMIK (UN Mission in Kosovo). The Earth Times Online Newspaper
- 2003 – Under a new Constitutional Charter, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was reconstituted into a loose confederation of Serbia and Montenegro.
- Reports of torture and mass executions in Serbia's detention camps have outraged the world's religious leaders.
- The bad news was that Zastava's factory in Kragujevac, Serbia, was not ideal for the manufacture of automobiles. The Little Car That Couldn't
- Yugoslavia as it emerged from World War Two was the product of a popular movement against the Nazi occupation and Serbian royalist forces.
- Serbia is convenient because we are impoverished," he said in an interview in Kragujevac. Fiat to Revitalize Tito-Era Factory
- The reason we are told with a shrug is always the same: This is Serbia. Global Voices in English » Serbia: Blogging for Justice and Protection
- Serbia's nationalist Prime Minister, Vojislav Kostunica, called on the U.S. to revoke its decision to recognize "the fake state of Kosovo" and allow the U.N. Security Council to "reaffirm" Kosovo as part of Serbian territory. Kosovo: Independence or an international chess game of interests?
- However, his move to Juventus, who are the early leaders in Serie A, appears to have reinvigorated one of the classiest midfielders around and during Friday's draw against Serbia, his performance was labelled "impeccable" by Gazzetta Dello Sport, who also named him man of the match. Five things we learned from the Euro 2012 qualifiers | Jacob Steinberg