The Serbian Interior Ministry (MUP) has been persistently withholding information in the past few months, although it is obliged to do the opposite even by the Law on the Police.
The Yura Corporation has confirmed for Insajder.net that it donated two passenger vehicles to the Serbian Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Policy, at the Ministry’s request.
The Indeks affair is just one in the series of major cases in which the accused will not be convicted because of the statute of limitations, due to the inefficiency of the judiciary.
By all accounts, someone from the City of Belgrade or another state institution signed off on the night razing in Savamala.
In the new Insajder Without Limits show, airing at 9:30 p.m. on N1 TV, we continue to look at the subsidies the state gives foreign investors.
If Miroslav Cuckovic’s statement that the Chinese company Mei Ta analyzed 55,000 medical files of Obrenovac residents proves true, this constitutes a crime and illegal processing of personal data.
According to what Insajder.net learned, custody was requested for only two of the attackers on the director of the Partizan.
Is Belgrade ruled by balaclavaed gangs or does the state tear down people’s property without official decisions on demolition?
In just few days, Obrenovac Mayor Miroslav Cuckovic gave two completely opposite statements.
Seven persons will be questioned in connection with substantiated suspicions that they falsified voter ID and statements supporting political parties, Insajder.net learned at the First Basic...
Bulldozers have been spotted in Hercegovacka Street, where unknown persons demolished several buildings in the election night, after the City of Belgrade ordered the clearing up of the lot in...
The South Korean company Yura has received a total of EUR25 million in subsidies from the state until February 2015, the company's financial report shows.
It has been over five years since tens of people were arrested over abuses revealed in Insajder’s Scam of the Century series about the Kolubara Mine.
Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali says what happened in Savamala and who demolished multiple privately-used structures there hasn't been established yet.
The focus of the first episode of Insajder Without Limits, made with Insajder in charge of production and in cooperation with the reporters of Radio Free Europe, are state subsidies to attract...
Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic said that he had initiated the control procedure regarding how the police acted during the incident in which masked persons demolished facilities in the Savamala quarter.
Sabic recollected that the inquiries from a year ago also remained unanswered, and that the GSP's reply was that the orders to stop the trams there did not come from them, but from the Interior...
New factories and numerous working places openings, foreign investments worth billions – who invests more, Serbia from its budget or foreign investors?
In April alone, various groups of sports supporters caused at least seven incidents, in which one young man was killed.
Three hooligans first verbally attacked Partizan football club director Milos Vazura and then seriously injured a club security guard and driver.
The outgoing minister for labor, employment, veterans' and welfare issues, Aleksandar Vulin, once again refused to reply to the questions of Insajder.net.
Vucic said that data about state subsidies were monitoredfor each investment, and that this was done by the Development Agency of Serbia. This data has never been presented to the public.
Serbian ombudsman Sasa Jankovic has announced that he will look into reports that men wearing balaclavas mistreated citizens amid demolition in Belgrade’s Hercegovacka Street.
To the question of the journalist of Insajder.net about whether the SNS had evidence of tampering, because that was a criminal act, Vucic said that he had not mentioned tampering with the results.
A part of the Savamala quarter, on the corner of the Herzegovacka and Mostarska streets, was completely demolished in the night between Sunday (April 24th) and Monday (April 25th). For the time...
The opposition maintains that it noted instances of this scam in multiple places, while officials have confirmed only one case in Vranje, where one individual, a member of Unified Serbia (JS), was...
Serbia has gone from a never less unpredictable election in terms of the winner to a veritable post-electoral farce, and the players - some possessing more arguments, some less - are all the...
The method for purchasing votes called “Bulgarian train” was possible according to the investigation by Insajder.net, because there is no adequate control of whether a voter cast his ballot into...