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Tensions run high in Bosnia's autonomous Serb republic, but the demonstrations ended peacefully.
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
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
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
Stepping up an anti-corruption drive, Serbian police have arrested 80 people, including a former minister. The ex head of the anti-corruption agency
Serbia is at the beginning of its journey to become a member of the European Union. On Monday, Prime MInister Aleksandar Vucic and representatives of
Videos have emerged which allegedly show Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic meeting Rodoljub Radulovic, who has since been convicted of cocaine
Members of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency have met Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade. The visit by Dragan Covic, Bakir
Tucked away on the banks of the Danube is the tiny, would-be country of Liberland. The former Czech politician who declared himself its founder and
Though the past is difficult to forget at times, Serbia has its sights on the future. In this edition of The Global Conversation Isabelle Kumar meets Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic to talk Kosovo, EU membership and press freedom.
Serbia has officially revealed it has granted citizenship to a key political rival of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Mohammad Dahlan, whom
What was supposed to be a historic meeting between the Albanian and Serbian leaders in Belgrade will perhaps be remembered for the wrong
The EU’s chief diplomat Catherine Ashton has offered full support to Serbia’s newly elected prime minister with his ambitious programme of economic
The leader of Serbia’s ruling centre-right Progressive party (SNS) has claimed victory after 70 percent of votes are counted. Aleksandar Vucic – a
Alexsander Vucic’s centre right Progessive Party has won an estimated 50 percent of votes cast in Serbia’s snap election, according to exit
Poacher turned gamekeeper – Alexsander Vucic has cast his vote in Serbia’s snap parliamentary elections. Polls suggest the one time ultra-nationalist
Serbia’s President Tomislav Nikolic has dissolved parliament and called elections for March 16. The dominant centre-right SNS party said it needed a
Kosovo authorities say they will re-run local elections in the Serb-dominated town of Mitrovica, which were marred by violence at the weekend. It
July 23, 1914. Austria-Hungary issues an ultimatum to Serbia. Serbia is asked to autorise Austria to conduct an investigation to determine the
By granting greater autonomy to Serbian municipalities in northern Kosovo, the EU-brokered accord between Belgrade and Pristina sets a precedent in
‘On bended knee’, Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic has apologised for the Srebrenica massacre committed by Serbian forces in 1995. The admission
Serbia and Kosovo have agreed a tentative deal to normalise relations. A Serbian diplomat told euronews that the accord does not amount to Belgrade
Serbia’s government is left facing difficult decisions after the collapse of talks with neighbouring Kosovo. The country does not recognise
Leaders from Serbia and Kosovo are meeting in Brussels for talks aimed at normalising relations between the two nations. Belgrade wants to open
The city of Mitrovica symbolises divisions between Kosovo’s Serbs and ethnic Albanians. On the eve of returning to negotiations under European Union
Serbs are commemorating the murder 10 years ago of the country’s first democratically-elected president, Zoran Djindjic, who was gunned down by a
Serbia has hinted that it is ready to loosen its grip on a minority Serb region of neighbouring Kosovo. It could be a significant move in its drive