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Judo: Tokyo Grand Slam wraps up 2016 season in style

Serbian judoka Aleksandar Kukolj celebrated his second consecutive Grand Slam victory after winning the men’s -90 kilo title on the third and final day in Tokyo – the last event of the 2016…

Serbian judoka Aleksandar Kukolj celebrated his second consecutive Grand Slam victory after winning the men’s -90 kilo title on the third and final day in Tokyo – the last event of the 2016…

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Croatia marks 25th anniversary of Vukovar massacre

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.

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.

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Scores of migrants set out on foot for the EU

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.

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.

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Serbia: becoming a tourist hot spot among the Balkan nations

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

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

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Bosnia Serbs vote to keep disputed national holiday

Bosnian Serbs have voted overwhelmingly to keep January 9 as a national holiday in defiance of Bosnia’s highest court.

Bosnian Serbs have voted overwhelmingly to keep January 9 as a national holiday in defiance of Bosnia’s highest court.

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Flash mobs in Budapest one year after migrant fence went up

One year after a fence went up on the Hungarian-Serbian border to stop the flow of migrants, flash mobs have turned out in Budapest.

One year after a fence went up on the Hungarian-Serbian border to stop the flow of migrants, flash mobs have turned out in Budapest.

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On the Serbian-Hungarian border, refugees' long march to safety grinds on

One year on, and for international televisions and newspapers Röszke-Horgos isn’t news any more, but the situation in the Serbian migrant “jungle” is still quite…

One year on, and for international televisions and newspapers Röszke-Horgos isn’t news any more, but the situation in the Serbian migrant “jungle” is still quite…

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'Jealous' man guns down five, wounds 22 in Serbia cafe

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…

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…

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"Life was better then" - Serbs commemorate death of Marshal Tito

Serbs are celebrating the 36th anniversary of the death of Marshal Tito, the Communist leader of the former Yugoslavia, whose death sparked the

Serbs are celebrating the 36th anniversary of the death of Marshal Tito, the Communist leader of the former Yugoslavia, whose death sparked the

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Serbia's pro-EU PM claims 'resounding' election victory

Serbia election is endorsement of pro-EU policy Poll sees return of ultra nationalists Serbia faces future of austerity Serbia’s pro-western

Serbia election is endorsement of pro-EU policy Poll sees return of ultra nationalists Serbia faces future of austerity Serbia’s pro-western

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Serbians head to the polls in test of EU membership popularity

Serbians head to the polls on Sunday in snap elections that are being seen as a test of whether the country will move closer to the EU or Russia

Serbians head to the polls on Sunday in snap elections that are being seen as a test of whether the country will move closer to the EU or Russia

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War crimes prosecutors to appeal acquittal of Seselj

Last week’s shock acquittal of Serbian ultra-nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj is to be appealed by prosecutors at the International Criminal

Last week’s shock acquittal of Serbian ultra-nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj is to be appealed by prosecutors at the International Criminal

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Serbia hit by widespread flooding

Critics say lessons have not been learned from the catastrophic floods of 2014

Critics say lessons have not been learned from the catastrophic floods of 2014

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New tear gas attack in Kosovo parliament

“What is happening today again in Kosovo’s parliament is a repetition of violent acts, in the highest institution of the country.” Those were the

“What is happening today again in Kosovo’s parliament is a repetition of violent acts, in the highest institution of the country.” Those were the

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Russian and Serbian presidents discuss bilateral ties

The Russian President met with his Serbian counterpart in The Kremlin on Thursday. Vladimir Putin and Tomislav Nicolic discussed Russian-Serbian

The Russian President met with his Serbian counterpart in The Kremlin on Thursday. Vladimir Putin and Tomislav Nicolic discussed Russian-Serbian

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Rain-swollen rivers flood central Serbia

Swollen rivers in Serbia have flooded dozens of homes, land and roads prompting the evacuation of hundreds of people after heavy rainfall. Local

Swollen rivers in Serbia have flooded dozens of homes, land and roads prompting the evacuation of hundreds of people after heavy rainfall. Local

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Serbia declares emergency due to widespread flooding

The authorities in central Serbia have declared an “emergency” after extensive flooding in the region. Rain swollen rivers have broken their banks

The authorities in central Serbia have declared an “emergency” after extensive flooding in the region. Rain swollen rivers have broken their banks

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Serbia set for early election in April

Serbia is set for an early parliamentary election on April 24 after the government said it needed a stronger mandate to push through economic reforms

Serbia is set for an early parliamentary election on April 24 after the government said it needed a stronger mandate to push through economic reforms

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Running with tanks in Belgrade

Dozens have taken part in a peace run in Belgrade to raise awareness about those running away from the horrors of war.

Dozens have taken part in a peace run in Belgrade to raise awareness about those running away from the horrors of war.

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Bodies of killed Serbian hostages returned home from Libya

The bodies of two Serbian embassy workers, believed to have been killed in US airstrikes in western Libya, have been flown back home. The remains of

The bodies of two Serbian embassy workers, believed to have been killed in US airstrikes in western Libya, have been flown back home. The remains of

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FYROM reinforces border fence to limit refugees

Authorities in the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonian have begun reinforcing a barrier at its border with Greece in a bid to limit the number

Authorities in the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonian have begun reinforcing a barrier at its border with Greece in a bid to limit the number