Gay rights activists have called off Sunday’s planned pride parade in Belgrade after the Serb authorities requested the event be moved amid security
Sunday’s planned gay pride march in Belgrade faces cancellation despite assurances from Serb President Boris Tadic that those taking part will be
Serbia – one of the European countries worst hit by the economic downturn – is trying to convince the International Monetary Fund to let it have the
A former prime minister of Kosovo arrested in Bulgaria is to be kept in custody until at least Saturday.
Agim Ceku was detained yesterday on an
An almost complete and beautifully preserved mammoth fossil was recently discovered in eastern Serbia.
It’s believed to be one million years old
Video images of one of the world’s most wanted men, Ratko Mladic, accused of war crimes and genocide in the Bosnian war enjoying the good life, has
Europe’s most-wanted man has reappeared on television. Pictures of the renegade Serb General Ratko Mladic were shown on Bosnian TV, said by the
Milenko Milenkovic, a Serbian engineer and inventor, has unveiled his eco-friendly house, 40 kilometers south of Belgrade.
There will be no turning back the clock – that was the message to Kosovo on Thursday from the visiting US Vice President.
Joe Biden is in Pristina
Serbia and Montenegro have agreed to forge closer ties seven months after the two countries fell out over Kosovo. Relations between the two former
Serbia’s war crimes court has found four former Serbian policemen guilty of the worst single massacre of civilians to take place during the Kosovo
Serbia has sealed a three billion euro loan from the International Monetary Fund, according to the country’s economy minister.
Mladjan Dinkic said
Sirens have rung out in Belgrade to mark the 10th anniversary of the start of NATO’s bombing of Serbia. Ceremonies have been held to remember the
Ten years after NATO’s 78-day bombing campaign of Serbia, the country still has not given up on Kosovo. The capital Belgrade still bears the scars
Sirens began to sound across Belgrade early in the evening on March the 24th, 1999. Over the next 78 days NATO kept up a relentless bombing campaign
Commemorations are being held in Belgrade for the victims of the NATO bombing of Serbia.
A one-minute silence has been held to mark the 10th
On the 10th anniversary of the NATO bombardment to push Serb forces out of Kosovo, relations between Belgrade and its former territory remain tense
Serbia’s bid to join the European Union has won the backing of Croatia, despite a long-standing genocide case sparked by the bloody breakup of
The United Nations’ war crimes tribunal has delivered its first verdict on the conflict in Kosovo, acquitting former Serb president Milan Milutinovic
The International Criminal Court in the Hague delivers its verdict today on former Serb President, Milan Milutinovic and five other former Yugoslav
A new reward of one million euros has been offered for the capture of Bosnian Serb fugutive Ratko Mladic.
Serbian police have put up wanted
Serbian police have searched premises in the centre of the country as the hunt for war crimes suspect Ratkoc Mladic intensifies. A window