Bosnian Serbs have voted overwhelmingly to keep January 9 as a national holiday in defiance of Bosnia’s highest court.
Bosnian Serbs are voting on Sunday in a referendum over whether to maintain a disputed national holiday.
Hundreds of people took part in a gay pride parade under tight police security in the Serbian capital Belgrade on Sunday.
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 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…
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…
Tensions run high in Bosnia's autonomous Serb republic, but the demonstrations ended peacefully.
The event on Saturday was an opportunity to project an image of tolerance in the multi-religious, multi-ethnic society.
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
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
A sign of the times for sure, but after years in hibernation the Cold War thriller is back, and the latest addition to the genre is “Despite the
Last week’s shock acquittal of Serbian ultra-nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj is to be appealed by prosecutors at the International Criminal
Serbian politician faced three counts of crimes against humanity and six of war crimes
“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
The Russian President met with his Serbian counterpart in The Kremlin on Thursday. Vladimir Putin and Tomislav Nicolic discussed Russian-Serbian
Swollen rivers in Serbia have flooded dozens of homes, land and roads prompting the evacuation of hundreds of people after heavy rainfall. Local
The authorities in central Serbia have declared an “emergency” after extensive flooding in the region. Rain swollen rivers have broken their banks
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
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
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
Former Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic announced his retirement from football on Friday, saying that injuries had taken their toll. The
The Serbian Orthodox Church celebrated Epiphany, a holiday that commemorates the baptism of Jesus Christ, by holding liturgies and swimming
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksander Vucic has called a snap election in a move to consolidate his leadership. No date had been set but March looks
Children, said to be migrants mainly from Syria and Iraq, enjoyed a playful snowball fight with a Serbian police officer on Tuesday (January 5) in
Migrants and refugees are facing deteriorating weather conditions as they make their way to the EU via the Balkans. Despite cold and snow, almost
Stepping up an anti-corruption drive, Serbian police have arrested 80 people, including a former minister. The ex head of the anti-corruption agency