He was one of the most wanted men in Europe.
Now the Bosnian Serb wartime general Ratko Mladic has been captured after years on the run from
The “Mothers of Srebrenica” is an organisation of women who lost their sons, husbands and brothers in the 1995 massacre. Word that the man in charge
Ratko Mladic’s army career, which began in 1965, peaked in 1992 when a series of promotions elevated him to the role of Commander-in-Chief of the
Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serb wartime general, has been captured after years on the run.
Commander of Bosnian Serb forces in the 1992-95 Bosnia
Thousands of people have gathered in Belgrade to celebrate the birthday of former communist leader, Josip Broz Tito, who died 31 years ago.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is backing a demand by Serbia for a probe into allegations of organ trafficking in Kosovo during the war of
Thousands of people have gathered in Belgrade for an anti-government rally.
Serbia’s most influential opposition party is hoping to force an early
For dozens of refugees from Croatia, the camp at Smederovo has been home since they were expelled from the country.
Here the verdict on Gotovina
Kosovo and Serbia have begun their first direct negotiations since Pristina declared independence three years ago.
The EU-mediated talks in
For the first time since Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia in 2008, the two sides are to hold direct talks.
Officials in Serbia have been hard at work trying to convince war crimes prosecuter Serg Brammertz that they are doing their utmost to arrest
Opposition to Serbia’s pro-European ruling coalition is growing in the face of rising unemployment and economic hardship.
Public sector worker
Demonstrators in Serbia on Saturday held the biggest anti-government rally in decades to demand early elections.
Police estimate 70,000 supporters
Pressure has been stepped up on Serbia to do more to track down the Bosnian Serb war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic.
It comes from the chief
The arrest of Ratko Mladic is Serbia’s biggest prerequisite to join the European mainstream. In the EU membership context, Belgrade’s October
A Serbian film about teenaged skateboarders addicted to hip-hop and performing wild stunts has picked up the best film award at the Estoril film
Police in Serbia have made another attempt to capture the suspected genocide fugitive Ratko Mladic.
Early on Tuesday morning special forces swooped
A gay rights parade in Belgrade, which began peacefully, erupted into violence as police fought running battles with far-right protesters trying to
A gay rights parade in Belgrade which began peacefully enough, erupted into violence as police fought running battles with far-right protesters
Serbia has backed a UN resolution on Kosovo, in what is being seen as a concession to join the EU.
All 192 assembly members backed the text
Serbia is the latest country to apply to join the EU, hoping to do so in 2014. What challenges does Serbia have to meet to become a European Union
In an effort to increase tourism in a region that was devastated by war, Bosnia and Serbia have restarted an old steam-powered train.
The World Championships in flying small model planes started in Belgrade on Wednesday (August 11) with contestants from Hungary, Romania, the
A British court has refused to extradite former Bosnian military leader Ejup Ganic. He was arrested at Heathrow in March on a Serbian extradition
By tackling organised crime in the Balkans Serbia’s government is sending a strong message to the European Union and its neighbours, that it is
Mitrovica – a symbol of Kosovo’s ethnic divisions -has often been the focus of clashes between Albanians and Serbs.
Some Serbs who have stayed on