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During the s and s popularity of rock music declined in Serbia,  and although several major mainstream acts managed to sustain their popularity, an underground and independent music scene developed.
In recent period turbo-folk featured even more pop music elements, and some of the performers were labeled as pop-folk.
Balkan Brass , or truba "trumpet" is a popular genre, especially in Central and Southern Serbia where Balkan Brass originated. The music has its tradition from the First Serbian Uprising.
The trumpet was used as a military instrument to wake and gather soldiers and announce battles, the trumpet took on the role of entertainment during downtime, as soldiers used it to transpose popular folk songs.
When the war ended and the soldiers returned to the rural life, the music entered civilian life and eventually became a music style, accompanying births, baptisms, weddings, and funerals.
The Belgrade International Theatre Festival — BITEF , founded in , is one of the oldest theatre festivals in the world, and it has become one of the five biggest European festivals.
Serbian cinema is one of the dynamic smaller European cinematographies. Serbia's film industry is heavily subsidised by the government, mainly through grants approved by the Film Centre of Serbia.
Famous Serbian filmmaker Emir Kusturica won two Golden Palms for Best Feature Film at the Cannes Film Festival , for When Father Was Away on Business in and then again for Underground in ; he has also won a Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for Arizona Dream and a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival for Black Cat, White Cat.
Serbian-American screenwriter Steve Tesich won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in for the movie Breaking Away. Prominent movie stars in Serbia have left celebrated heritage in cinematography of Yugoslavia as well.
The freedom of the press and the freedom of speech are guaranteed by the constitution of Serbia. Also, the media are now more heavily dependent on advertising contracts and government subsidies to survive financially.
According to EBU research in , Serbs on average watch five and a half hours of television per day, making it the second highest average in Europe.
In , preferred usage of these channels were as follows: There are radio stations in Serbia. Also, there are 34 regional stations and local stations.
There are newspapers published in Serbia  of which 12 are daily newspapers. Dailies Politika and Danas are Serbia's papers of record , former being the oldest newspaper in the Balkans, founded in There are 1, magazines published in the country.
In addition, there is a wide selection of Serbian editions of international magazines, such as Cosmopolitan , Elle , Men's Health , National Geographic , Le Monde diplomatique , Playboy , and Hello!
The main news agencies are Tanjug , Beta and Fonet. As of [update] , out of web-portals mainly on the.
Serbian cuisine is largely heterogeneous in a way characteristic of the Balkans and, especially, the former Yugoslavia.
It features foods characteristic of lands formerly under Turkish suzerainty as well as cuisine originating from other parts of Central Europe especially Austria and Hungary.
Food is very important in Serbian social life, particularly during religious holidays such as Christmas , Easter and feast days i. Staples of the Serbian diet include bread, meat, fruits, vegetables, and dairy products.
Bread is the basis of all Serbian meals, and it plays an important role in Serbian cuisine and can be found in religious rituals.
A traditional Serbian welcome is to offer bread and salt to guests. Meat is widely consumed, as is fish. Serbians claim their country as the birthplace of rakia rakija , a highly alcoholic drink primarily distilled from fruit.
Rakia in various forms is found throughout the Balkans, notably in Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Hungary and Turkey.
Winemaking traditions in Serbia dates back to Roman times. Sports play an important role in Serbian society, and the country has a strong sporting history.
The most popular sports in Serbia are football , basketball , tennis , volleyball , water polo and handball. Professional sports in Serbia are organised by sporting federations and leagues in case of team sports.
Football is the most popular sport in Serbia, and the Football Association of Serbia with , registered players, is the largest sporting association in the country.
Serbia national youth football teams have won U European Championship and U World Cup. The two main football clubs in Serbia are Red Star winner of the European Cup and Partizan finalist of the European Cup , both from Belgrade.
The rivalry between the two clubs is known as the " Eternal Derby ", and is often cited as one of the most exciting sports rivalries in the world.
Serbia is one of the traditional powerhouses of world basketball,   as Serbia men's national basketball team have won two World Championships in and , three European Championships , , and and two Olympic silver medals in and as well.
The women's national basketball team won the European Championship in and Olympic bronze medal in KK Partizan basketball club was the European champion.
The Serbia men's national water polo team is the one of the most successful national teams, having won Olympic gold medal in , three World Championships , and , and seven European Championships in , , , , , and , respectively.
Recent success of Serbian tennis players has led to an immense growth in the popularity of tennis in the country. Novak Djokovic has won seventeen Grand Slam singles title and has held the No.
He became the eighth player in history to achieve the Career Grand Slam and the third man to hold all four major titles at once and the first ever to do so on three different surfaces.
There were two No. The Serbia men's tennis national team won the Davis Cup and ATP Cup , while Serbia women's tennis national team reached the final at Fed Cup.
Serbia is one of the leading volleyball countries in the world. Its men's national team won the gold medal at Olympics , the European Championship three times as well as the FIVB World League.
The women's national volleyball team are current world Champions , has won European Championship three times as well as Olympic silver medal in She has won a total of five Olympic medals and also three World Championship gold medals.
Serbia has hosted several major sport competitions, including the Men's European Basketball Championship , Men's European Volleyball Championship , and Men's European Water Polo Championships, Summer Universiade , European Men's Handball Championship , and World Women's Handball Championship.
The most important annual sporting events held in the country are the Belgrade Marathon and the Tour de Serbie cycling race.
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Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between Kosovo and Serbia. Kosovo unilaterally declared independence in while Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory.
Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the United Nations member states. See also: Names of the Serbs and Serbia and Origin hypotheses of the Serbs.
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The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory.
The two governments began to normalise relations in , as part of the Brussels Agreement. In total, UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 15 later withdrew their recognition.
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Gacinovic traue ich das zu. Matic der sowohl defensiv gut ist als auch den Takt im Angriff vorgeben kann als Libero, Fejsa und Maksimovic als Abräumer aber auch Ballschlepper.
Die Offensiven drei haben genug individuelle Qualität um gefährliche Aktionen zu kreieren. Portugal - Serbien EM-Qualifikation Fejsa ist auch "verletzt" und fällt aus.