Premier Li attends summit in Belgrade Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang attends a summit of central and east European premiers in the Serbian capital. They will focus on forging closer economic ties. It is the third summit involving China and leaders of central and east European countries. Previous meetings have been held in Warsaw and Bucharest. Li is also meeting Serbian officials and opening a new bridge built by a Chinese corporation over the River Danube in Belgrade. Council releases 2015 export forecasts The Hong Kong Trade Development Council announces its export forecast for next year. Research director Nicholas Kwan Ka-ming offers his thoughts on the city's export growth, as well as his outlook for various markets and sectors. He also discusses the impact of the Shanghai free trade zone on Hong Kong, new business opportunities in the European Union and how the rise of electronic retailing in the US is affecting manufacturers and sourcing. CY Leung appears at Newspaper Society event Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying attends the Newspaper Society's 60th anniversary reception. The society was set up in May 1954 by four newspapers - of which only the Sing Tao Daily and the South China Morning Post are still publishing. It now represents 14 major newspapers. It is best known for its awards, which are given out to journalists and photographers for the best news stories of the year. India marks gang rape anniversary Today is the 2nd anniversary of the fatal gang rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi. The case led to violent protests and the strengthening of laws against rape. Four men were sentenced to death in a high-profile trial. In rejecting calls for a lighter sentence, the judge said the case fell in the "rarest of rare category". The gang rape prompted women's safety to become a common topic of conversation in socially conservative India. Marchers protest against death of black man The family of Eric Garner, who was choked to death by a white police officer, has called on people to join a march in Washington today against police brutality. Another march was held in the capital on Saturday. It was led by leading rights activist, the Reverend Al Sharpton. That and other marches in US cities were also held to protest against the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson in the state of Missouri. Jews celebrate festival of lights Hanukkah, otherwise known as the festival of lights, is celebrated by Jewish people to commemorate a revolt 2,500 years ago when a small group of Jews called the Maccabees successfully rose against an order by the then king, Antiochus, to make Jews worship Greek gods. The festival involves lighting a candle on each of eight days.