Serbia is currently facing the worst health crisis since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When much of Europe is turning against coal, Serbia is continuing to open new mines, often financed and built by China.
Without effective rail connections from Belgrade to Greece, “this railway will go from nowhere to nowhere,” says Laszlo Varju, an MP for the centre-left Democratic Coalition party.
Villagers in Serbia ripped out hydropower pipes, claiming a new generating plant will wreck the river on which many livelihoods depend.
"The total abandonment of measures to fight the epidemic in the pre-election period caused the loss of control of the epidemiological situation," doctors said in an open letter.
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) found Belgrade underreported COVID-19 deaths by nearly 400 between March 19 and June 1.
The quiet mountain village of Vodice, in the centre of the country, is now home to El Paso City.
It's sparked memories of 2014 when both countries were badly hit by floods.
The tests came after two exhibition tournaments in Serbia and Croatia.
The United States, the EU and Russia are battling for influence over peace negotiations between Kosovo and Serbia.
The founders of an award winning festival want to increase Serbia's forest cover by nearly 50%.