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Projections point to victory for Serbia's populist president
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and his populist right-wing party appeared headed to victory in Sunday's national election.
Ethnic Serbs caught in the crossfire amid Kosovo-Serbia voting row
Kosovo PM Albin Kurti says Serbia is trying to organise elections on its territory "as if our government did not exist”.
Serbia's presidential and parliamentary elections explained
Voters will be busy in Serbia this Sunday with presidential, parliamentary and regional elections planned.
Kosovo Serb protest calls for voting rights in Serbia’s election
Demonstrators gathered in Mitrovica with banners reading “We want our human rights”.
Western embassies reject Serbian PM’s protest allegations
The embassies of Germany, the UK, and the US issued a joint statement rejecting PM Ana Brnabić's claims that the environmental protests against Rio Tinto's now-cancelled lithium mine in western Serbia had "Western backers".
Serbian government scraps planned lithium mine after protests
Serbian PM Ana Brnabić said on Thursday that the government has cancelled all prior licences for Rio Tinto's planned mine in the west of the country.
Serbia votes in a referendum on possible constitutional changes
The ballot focuses on the changes in the election of judges and prosecutors that authorities say are aimed at boosting their independence in the country where the judiciary is widely seen as corrupt and politically controlled.
Serbian president praises Russian arms shipment amid regional tensions
President Aleksandar Vučić welcomed a shipment of anti-tank missiles from Russia, yet another delivery of several from the aspiring EU member's Eastern ally.
Serbs protest in Belgrade over air pollution problems
Protesters blew whistles and carried homemade banners to raise awareness of the pollution problems facing their cities.
Stuck on Serbia's EU border, migrants try and try again to cross
Living in abandoned houses on Serbia's border with Romania and Hungary, many have tried to cross dozens of times. They claim they are caught and pushed back by police.
Should citizens in Belgrade be concerned by newly installed surveillance cameras?
The installation of some 1200 smart surveillance cameras on the streets of Belgrade has raised concerns both in Serbia's capital and among some European Union institutions. What are they being used for and why are they upsetting digital rights activists?
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic gets Chinese-made COVID-19 jab
The delay in the Serbian president's vaccination had sparked fears that he was scared of needles, had already been vaccinated in secret or did not trust that the vaccine was safe.
What's behind the public spat between Serbia and Montenegro?
Vladimir Bozovic was on Saturday given 72 hours to leave Montenegro after claiming that a century-old decision in 1918 to merge with Serbia was “free expression of the people’s will to unite with fraternal Serbia”.
Montenegro and Serbia expel respective ambassadors in tit for tat
The diplomatic incident between Montenegro and Serbia adds to already tense relations between the Balkan states that were part of the same country until an independence referendum in 2006.
Belgrade's Biden conundrum: How US-Serbian relations will shape up post-Trump ǀ View
Serbia's president Aleksandar Vučić had hoped for a Trump victory in the US presidential election. The elevation of Joe Biden to the presidency poses many challenges for him, both domestically and internationally.
Serbia has rolled out the red carpet to China - but at what cost?
Serbs living close to a Chinese-owned plant complain about sky-rocketing pollution. Activists say their concerns have fallen on deaf ears in Belgrade.
Serbia launches investigation into finances of rights groups
A government official told the state news agency that non-government groups should not be treated as “holy cows.”
EU 'back in the driver's seat' as Serbia-Kosovo talks resume
Serbia-Kosovo deal: Can Brussels succeed where the White House failed?
Fifth night of anti-Vučić protests in Belgrade but no trouble reported
The protests first started when Serbia's populist president announced a strict curfew for this weekend to curb a surge in new coronavirus cases.
Serbia-Kosovo dispute: What's at stake during Washington talks?
What are the possible stumbling blocks as leaders from Serbia and Kosovo head to Washington for talks and how likely are they to get anywhere at all?
Serbia election: Vucic declares landslide win in controversial vote
Exit polls suggest the main coalition partners have secured 210 of the 250 parliamentary seats up for grabs.
Russia hits back as US takes lead in Kosovo-Serbia peace talks
The United States, the EU and Russia are battling for influence over peace negotiations between Kosovo and Serbia.
Kosovo's new government eases trade restrictions with rival Serbia
Just days after coming to power Kosovo's new prime minister Avdullah Hoti has lifted some of the restrictions on Serb goods entering the country.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Break-up Bosnia to solve political crisis, says Bosnian Serb leader
Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik said the political crisis in the country “will disappear only when Bosnia disappears"
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Serbia committed to joining European Union, says President Aleksandar Vučić
In an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vučić said joining the European Union was of the “utmost significance” for the Serbian people.
A history of tension: Serbia-Kosovo relations explained
Euronews looks back at one of Europe's most violent conflicts and the tense relations between two nations still at odds.