They have waited 15 years for this moment.
The women of Srebrenica were watching closely as two Bosnian Serbs are convicted of genocide over the 1995
Two world wars seemed to have taught Europe better, but in the final decade of the 20th century civilians were still being led away to death
Reaction to the Serbian parliament’s apology for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre has revealed how deeply polarised the country still is about its
Serbia’s parliament has apologised for the slaughter of thousands of Bosnian Muslims massacred in Sebrenica in 1995. The landmark resolution was
Serbia has apologised for the killing of thousands of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica in 1995. But the move has highlighted how deeply polarised the
The status of Kosovo continues to overshadow Brussels’ efforts to speed up the EU integration of all the Balkan states. Kosovo unilaterally declared
A heavily armed Serbian special forces police unit has raided the family home of genocide suspect Ratko Mladic in Belgrade.
More than 200 people are evacuated as their homes are flooded in and around the town of Zajecar in eastern Serbia.
The Serbian Orthodox Church has elected a new patriarch.
Bishop Irinej of Nis, Serbia’s third-largest city was chosen for the role in a secret
A moderate has been chosen as the new patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, beating two other candidates in a secret ballot. The 80-year-old
Johnny Depp was the guest of honour at the Kustendorf Film and Music Festival in Serbia this year. The festival was organised by film-maker Emir
Although it looks old, the remote Serbian village of Kustendorf was actually constructed just a few years ago by filmmaker Emir Kusturica.
Serbia has formally applied for European Union membership. The move comes a decade after the end of the Balkan wars that tore apart the former
Serbia is to submit its formal application to join the European Union today, but the largest republic of the former Yugoslavia faces a tough fight to
Eighteen years of visa restrictions in the Balkans end tonight, as citizens of Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro get the right to travel freely in
The European Union foreign ministers have agreed to unfreeze an interim trade agreement with Serbia.
Diplomats said this marks a breakthrough in
Serbia has paid its final respects to the late head of its orthodox church, Patriarch Pavle, who died last Sunday aged 95. A religious service was
The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been adjourned until March next year.
Judges at The Hague have ordered the
The prosecution has opened its case in the war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, even though he has again refused to
Former Bosnian Serb President, Bilyana Plavsich, has arrived in Belgrade to a hero’s welcome. She has been released early after serving two-thirds
One of the world’s most wanted men looked nothing like his wanted posters until his arrest last year. With a beard, hat and glasses he looked more
The families of those scarred by some of the worst atrocities in Europe since the Second World War, reacted with fury after the man they hold
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev came to Belgrade today to honour Serbia’s Second World War past, but also to lay some foundation stones for the