After barely a day in office, Serbia’s new president Tomislav Nikolic has threatened renewed tension in the Balkans by saying that the 1995
Serbia’s new president has taken office reiterating his support for the country to join the EU.
Tomislav Nikolic told politicians in the Belgrade
As more football match-fixing scandals emerge across Europe, experts talk about the huge sums of money involved and the authorities reveal their
Outgoing Serbian president Boris Tadic looks to become the country’s next prime minister.
Tadic lost his bid for re-election to conservative
The European enlargement project remains unfinished as long as the Balkan jigsaw has missing pieces, of which Serbia is one. Near the end of the
Still reeling from the surprise win of Tomislav Nikolic in the presidential election Sunday, Serbia expects a period of political uncertainty.
Nationalist opposition leader Tomislav Nikolic has declared victory in Serbia’s presidential election and promised to keep on working for
Serbian President, Boris Tadic has cast his vote with his father in the second round ballot in his country’s run off. The 54-year-old was the narrow
Serbia goes to the polls today to elect a new President with the incumbent pro-European Boris Tadic set for a victory over nationalist Tomislav
Latest polls suggest outgoing Serbian President Boris Tadic is poised to win the presidential runoff on Sunday. Thursday marked the last day of
The two men battling it out for the Serbian presidency have gone head-to-head in a televised debate.
Incumbent Boris Tadic, leader of the
Former military commander Radko Mladic appeared defiant at the start of his trial for war crimes at the Hague.
The Bosnian Serb general, who is
In the Hague the trial of the last of the main protagonists in the Balkan wars of the 1990s has opened. Ratko Mladic, the former Serb army commander
The trial of the man dubbed the ‘Butcher of Bosnia’ begins in The Hague today. Former Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic will face his accusers at the
The rivals for Serbia’s presidency have resumed campaigning for a second round showdown after Sunday’s first round vote put them neck and
The socialists have emerged as kingmakers in Serbia’s parliamentary elections with the opposition right and ruling liberals almost tying for
Serbia’s liberals are ahead in elections for parliament and president.
However, the ruling party will need to find allies to retain power
Serbians are voting in presidential, parliamentary and local elections with all eyes on the right-wing opposition led by one-time ultranationalist
In the Serbian elections starting today the liberal government of Boris Tadic faces its biggest challenge since coming to power in 2000.
Seven million voters are preparing to go the polls in Serbia to choose a president, a 250-seat national parliament and local councils.
A mobile recycling facility being tested in eastern and southern Europe is aiming to get the most from electronic waste.
Bernd Kopacek, managing
Around 1,000 health workers have taken part in a protest in Belgrade over wages.
The action was organised after it was revealed that pay levels
Serbian police have uncovered a masterpiece by French impressionist Paul Cezanne, which was stolen from a Zurich museum nearly four years ago.
Serbian President Boris Tadic is resigning, 10 months before the end of his mandate but intends to stand again in May.
It is thought this tactical
Several hundred ultra-nationalist Serbs rallied in Belgrade to give support to ethnic Serbs living in Kosovo.
The march was on the eighth
The Serbian authorities are in the middle of a witch-hunt against critical intellectuals, whose most recent victim, Sreten Ugricic was for over a