In Serbia’s capital Belgrade, thousands took to the streets on Wednesday for the third day in a row, to protest against the overwhelming victory of Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in last
Anti-Vucic protests in Belgrade with critics accusing PM of tightening his rule with a landslide presidential win
Celebrations at the Belgrade headquarters of Serbia’s ruling Progressive Party.
It's a landslide win for Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic who takes the presidency without the need for a run-off vote
Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won Serbia’s presidential election by a landslide on Sunday, confirming his domination of the Balkan country balanced between the West and…
Polls predict Serbia’s presidential election will be a landslide victory for Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić.
Serbia votes in a presidential election expected to be an easy win for Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić.
If Serbs vote with the economy in mind on Sunday Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic should have little trouble winning the presidency.
Voters will head to the polls on Sunday for a presidential election that will shape the country for the next four years.
Crvena Zvezda Belgrade celebrated their seventh straight win in the EuroLeague on Thursday evening when they beat six-times champions Panathinaikos in front of a sellout crowd in the Serbian…
Sub zero temperatures in Serbia did not deter history and heritage fans.
“Europe must do more to help refugees and migrants, dying of cold,” according to the UNHCR. As Europe is experiencing some of the lowest
Serbia recalled its train - decked out in nationalist colours - to Belgrade after Kosovo police blocked its entry into the country.
Serbian authorities have sent a promotional train to north Kosovo for the first time in 18 years, a move deemed a 'serious provocation' by Pristina.
Fears are growing for thousands of refugees stuck with next to no shelter in sub-zero temperatures.
Around 1,500 migrants from Asia and the Middle East found sheltering in abandoned warehouses in Belgrade in order to survive a cold snap which on Monday (January 9) brought night-time temperatures to
A quarter of a century on, Croatia is commemorating one of the ugliest episodes of the wars that led to the break-up of Yugoslavia.
They have left Belgrade and are heading for Croatia, demanding that the EU opens its doors to them and gives them free and secure passage towards Western Europe.
At the World Travel Market 2016 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Marija Labovic, CEO at the National
Hundreds of people took part in a gay pride parade under tight police security in the Serbian capital Belgrade on Sunday.
Five people were killed and another 22 wounded on Saturday (July 2) when a man entered a cafe in northern Serbia and opened fire with an assault rifle he owned…
Serbs are celebrating the 36th anniversary of the death of Marshal Tito, the Communist leader of the former Yugoslavia, whose death sparked the
The Balkan country looks set to continue along the path of austerity ands talks on EU membership.
Serbia election is endorsement of pro-EU policy Poll sees return of ultra nationalists Serbia faces future of austerity Serbia’s pro-western