Serbia’s Prime Minister has hinted that more arrests of war crimes suspects could follow the detention of Radovan Karadzic.
Speaking in Austria
Radovan Karadzic’s legal team is doing all it can to delay his transfer to the Hague Tribunal. But once there, the Bosnian Serb wartime leader is set
Radovan Karadzic’s brother is calling for travel restrictions on members of his family to be lifted, so they can visit the war crimes suspect in
The arrest of the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is being hailed throughout the world as a victory for international justice. And now
Of all the questions prompted by Radovan Karadzic’s 13 years on the run, one of the most frequently asked is: how did he spend his time?
Radovan Karadzic was a wanted man. The United States had put a bounty worth 3-million euros on the head of the former Bosnian Serb leader, and his
Serbian officials say Radovan Karadzic was heavily disguised and carrying false papers when arrested. They gave details of what they say was a
The international community has finally caught up with Radovan Karadzic, 13 years after he was indicted by the Hague war crimes tribunal. His
Outraged at Radovan Karadzic’s capture, dozens of ultra-nationalists gathered at the war crimes court in Belgrade. Riot police were out in force and
Serbia’s new government has been voted in by Parliament. Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic, a close ally of President Boris Tadic, will steer the
The party of the late Slobodan Milosevic is being frantically wooed in the race to form a majority government in Serbia. The Socialists hold the key
Fireworks and cheering marked the apparent triumph of Serbia’s Westward-leaning president, but all sides know they face much hard bargaining before
Partying on the streets may be premature for Serbia’s pro-European bloc, with tough talks ahead to see if it can form a government.
There are likely to be few telephone calls between Voijslav Kostunica and the Serbian president. Both have made it clear that their spat in March
The defeated nationalist leader Tomislav Nikolic. knows the maths may favour the Keep Kosovo diehards, and while he was happy to see Tadic’s voters
The party of Boris Tadic has won Serbia’s general election, but the president’s election rivals have accused him of “violating the country’s
With the majority of the votes counted, monitors say Serbia’s pro-European Union parties have won a “very convincing victory” over anti-
It is a defining moment for Serbia as the country votes in a general election that will shape future relations with Europe. Serbs are deeply divided
Serbia votes today in a general election that is asking its people to choose between never abandoning Kosovo and rejecting the EU, or stepping
Voters in Serbia are bracing themselves for crucial elections tomorrow. The two main contenders, the pro-EU Democratic Party, and the
Campaigning in the Serbian general election has ended with two cooling off days before the vote on Sunday.
Facing a strong challenge according to