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The 65-year-old man, identified by initials Z.N., told a Belgrade court that he had met a Lufthansa flight attendant in Belgrade and wanted to date her.
On Wednesday, having failed to find her in her hotel, he called the Nikola Tesla airport and reported that a bomb had been placed in a Lufthansa plane. The idea, he said, was to keep her in town, the media reported.
The 130 passengers and five crew members had to be evacuated and were forced to wait several hours while a special police unit checked the plane, before it was cleared to leave for Frankfurt.
Police tracked down the culprit after tracing the landline he had used to make the call.
The court ordered the man held in custody for 30 days and he will be charged with causing panic and unrest.
Having no natural access to sea does not stop Serbs from organising a regatta: thousands this weekend boarded a motley fleet of craft floating on river waters for the "Regatta on Drina".
White, dense and rich in flavour, Serbia's one-of-a-kind donkey cheese is not only tasty but good for your health, says maker Slobodan Simic.
After making his name designing and printing posters for Nirvana and other bands at the height Seattle's grunge scene, American artist Jeff Ross has since been wandering the globe in search of inspiration.
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New York was under a curfew that would last until early Tuesday morning, officials said, after looters raided stores in central Manhattan, targeting some of the city's top retailers.