Forget the customary open-topped bus, think more an armoured personnel carrier.
That was the vehicle of choice for Red Star Belgrade football players on Tuesday as they celebrated progressing to the Group Stage of the UEFA Champions League.
Kosovo and Serbia have been told to put their differences aside so that both countries can resume membership talks with the EU.
Ramush Haradinaj has resigned due to a new court summons and president Vucic has labelled it a 'political trick' intended to fuel ethnic tensions.
Euronews has signed a deal with Serbian media group HD-WIN to launch Euronews Serbia, a news channel and digital platform aimed at a Serbian-speaking audience.
Kosovo-Serbia dialogue has been stalled since Pristina imposed 100% tariffs on Belgrade after Serbia blocked its bid to join Interpol.
“The place of the Western Balkans is inside the European Union,” EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn said in his keynote speech on Thursday. But how serious is the EU in its commitment to continue the integration process? Euronews answers.
It comes just a day after Serbia put its troops on high alert following the arrest of 19 people in an anti-crime operation in restive northern Kosovo, in an area primarily populated by ethnic Serbs.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said the parade would demonstrate how far Serbia "has progressed, how much stronger it is".
Held on Friday, the parade marks the country's Victory Day, which was celebrated a day earlier elsewhere in the Balkan nation.
The widow of Slobodan Milosevic, Mira Markovic, has died in Russia at the age 76. She was dubbed "Lady Macbeth" for being her husband's most trusted adviser and a staunch supporter of his policies.
Authorities accuse the opposition of planning the violence and deployed a heavy police presence inside the building in Belgrade.
Serbia's ruling Progressive Party (SNS) has said it wants to call early elections, despite President Aleksandar Vucic abstaining
Anti-government protesters in Serbia step up their campaign, a day after storming the headquarters of state television.
Thousands of people demonstrated in the Serbian capital on Saturday, in the 12th straight week of protests against President Aleksandar Vucic.
Mother and baby are said to be "doing fine," according to statement.
Serbia's opposition staged a boycott in the country's parliament on Monday following 10 weeks of anti-government protests. But what are they angry about, how has the president reacted and could we see a snap vote?
Protesters in Serbia stage 10th week of demonstrations against Vucic
Protesters marched in Belgrade on Saturday in the latest rally against the Serbian leader, demanding an end to "political violence".
As protests enter their eighth week in Serbia, why are people so angry at Aleksandar Vucic's government?
Orthodox feast of Epiphany was celebrated all over Serbia with swimming in freezing rivers and lakes
Russia has strong support in Serbia because of its backing over Kosovo.
Partly financed by the Serbian government, the Festival created by director Emir Kusturica aims to promote independent cinema.
Thousands gather in Belgrade to cheer Putin during his brief visit to Serbia.
Demonstrators denounce "climate of fear" ahead of visit from Russian President Vladimir Putin
Forget glitter, red carpets and black ties — at Kustendorf Film and Music Festival you’ll need to wear boots and a good coat.
Thousands of people took to the streets of the Serbian capital city of Belgrade Saturday night, to protest the sitting government and its de facto leader President Aleksandar Vucic.democratic freedoms
The second weekend of protest in a row was called by an alliance of opposition parties.