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Serbia woos ex-IMF head Strauss-Kahn for advisory role

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia has approached former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn about the possibility of him joining the government in an advisory role as it seeks foreign advisors to assist a revamped cabinet, a government source said.Full story

Serbia avoids early election with deal to oust finance minister

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia averted an early election but risked unnerving foreign investors as the largest party in the coalition government agreed on Wednesday to the sacking of the finance minister. Full story

Serbia's largest party agrees to finance minister's ouster

BELGRADE (Reuters) - The largest party in Serbia's government signaled its acceptance of Finance Minister Mladjan Dinkic's dismissal, saying on Wednesday it would continue to work with the Socialists in the ruling coalition. Full story

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Serbian PM moves to oust finance minister, risking election

Serbian leader to oust finance minister in shakeup

Serbian PM says told coalition that finance minister should go

Serbian finance minister cedes economy brief, averts risk of snap poll

Serbian PM threatens to oust finance minister

Jailed Serbian tycoon released on record $16 million bail

Former spy, guerrilla jailed for Kosovo murder

Kosovo adopts amnesty for minority Serbs

Serbia pledges public sector, pension reform; IMF warns on deficit

Factbox: Balkan states hope to follow Croatia into EU

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A stork that was saved by a pub owner in Serbia now entertains customers at the bar. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Shooter goes door-to-door in Serbia, kills 13

A man in a small village outside Belgrade, Serbia went door to door, gunning down 13 people including his own son, six women and one baby. The man tried to kill himself and his wife but they survived and are gravely wounded.

  Serbian mountain a 'Doomsday' escape

Doomsday believers are flocking to Serbia's Rtanj Mountain believing the pyramid shaped peak is magical and will save them from the end of the world. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Hippo calf born at Serbia zoo

A mother hippo is protecting her newborn calf by trying to hide it in her winter enclosure at a zoo in Serbia. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Protesters furious over Kosovo-Serbia meeting

Kosovo police in riot gear fired tear gas to disperse dozens of ethnic Albanians protesting against a meeting between Prime Minister Hashim Thaci and Serbian leader Ivica Dacic. NBCNews.com's Katy Tur reports.

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