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Serbia's Vucic hits back as Montenegro bans Srebrenica genocide denial
Montenegrin lawmakers on Thursday ousted a pro-Serb government minister who denied the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica was genocide.
Meet the family living in a Serbian eco-village
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Meet the digital nomads blazing a trail in Serbia
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Huge explosions rock Serbia munitions factory, forcing evacuation
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How to make the most of Serbia’s great outdoors
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Serbia incentifies vaccination with shopping coupons
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Serbia in 'world first' as citizens offered €25 to have COVID vaccine
Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic said the government initiative was the first of its kind in the world to promote vaccinations.
This vineyard in Serbia survived two world wars and is still thriving
Vinarija Vujic, a boutique winery nestled in the Serbian mountains, has lived through many challenges, including the two world wars, communism and the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Brussels steps up pressure on Serbia over Kosovo talks
Serbian President Alexander Vučić was in Brussels on Monday to meet with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
What does the most expensive cheese in the world taste like?
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Afghan refugee speaks out on landmark Serbia border police case
In December 2020 Serbia's Constitutional Court ruled that border control officers had violated the rights of 17 Afghan refugees they abandoned in a forest in freezing cold temperatures near the Bulgarian border.
Serbia invites its neighbours over for a COVID vaccine
It's been claimed the vaccines given to Serbia's neighbouring citizens were about to expire. Speaking to Euronews, the country's prime minister, Ana Brnabić, did not deny the allegation.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic gets Chinese-made COVID-19 jab
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Balkan neighbours queue up in Serbia for coronavirus jabs
Serbia, which boasts an ample supply of coronavirus vaccines, offered free coronavirus jabs to neighbouring Balkan countries, who took up the offer.
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Serbia has been highlighted as a success story for its vaccination programme, but rising coronavirus cases have health experts worried.
Serbia to produce Chinese COVID-19 vaccine
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