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Novak Djokovic's supporters gather in a park opposite the immigration detention centre in Melbourne where the tennis world number is being held.
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It contains six hundred litres of water and uses microalgae to bind carbon dioxide and produce pure oxygen through photosynthesis.
In Belgrade, a mural of war criminal Ratko Mladić has a city divided
A street corner in the centre of Serbia's capital featuring a mural guarded by volunteers poses the question of whether the country's society and its politicians have the strength to deal with its wartime past.
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The deadly blasts occurred at a factory near Belgrade that produces rocket fuel and several other munitions.
Serbia: Clashes over mural of convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic
Several NGOs said they would gather to remove the mural on the International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism, but Serbia's police banned the rally.
Best boxers crowned at AIBA Men's World Boxing Championships in Belgrade
The Cuban boxers were the most successful at the championships in Serbia claiming three gold and two bronze medals. They also received the trophy for Best team.
Last rounds of AIBA Men's World Boxing Championship play out in Serbia
Watch the last rounds of the finals at the Štark Arena in Belgrade live from 18:00 CET on November 6.
AIBA Men's World Boxing Championship finals get underway in Serbia
Watch the first rounds of the finals at the Štark Arena in Belgrade live from 18:00 CET on November 5.
AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championship semi-final thrilled in Belgrade
After twenty-six fights at the semi-final stage of the AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships in Serbia, the winners will go on to determine thirteen champions over the weekend.
AIBA Men's World Boxing Championship semi-finals kick off in Belgrade
Watch back 26 breathtaking bouts of boxing split across two sessions at the Štark Arena.
Non-Aligned Movement: Serbia's Vucic is getting the band back together
Josip Broz Tito, Jawaharlal Nehru and... Aleksandar Vucic. Serbia's leader is making a pitch for the leadership of the Non-Aligned Movement.
LGBTQ supporters march in Kyiv and in Belgrade
Thousands of people gathered in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv to take part in the annual Pride march in support of the country's LGBTQ community.
New Serbian national holiday triggers unease across the Balkans
Serbia kicked off Unity Day with a display of military power and calls for all Serbs in the Balkans to unite under one flag.
Are smart surveillance cameras tacking citizens in Belgrade?
Digital rights activists say they have located at least 1,200 smart cameras around the city. Should citizens be concerned? #UnreportedEurope
Quarantine loophole sees major boost in tourism from India to Serbia
There has been an uptick in travellers from India in Serbia recently, as the country introduces visa-free travel.
Belgrade residents tell rights court of nightlife noise 'torture'
Residents of the city's commercial areas have complained for years about deafening noise from bars, discos and night clubs. Faced with inaction from authorities, some citizen' associations have turned to the European Court of Human Rights.
Michelin in Serbia: which restaurants will make the grade in Belgrade?
It was postponed due to COVID but restaurateurs are preparing for judgement day in the coming weeks. Euronews looks at the likely candidates.
Kurti's comments spark pessimism in Belgrade over Kosovo-Serbia talks
Serbia has not reacted well to an interview Kosovo election winner Albin Kurti gave to Euronews.
#MeToo hits Serbia as drama teacher is arrested over rape allegations
"After a hard internal struggle, some brave girls and I decided to stand in the way of a dark circle of abuse. We will not give up," said actress Milena Radulovic
Is Serbia manipulating data to cover up its air pollution problem?
A key official claims he was fired from Serbia's environment protection agency because he objected to changing the thresholds for what is considered pollution.
Montenegro's pro-Serb government vote to amend religion law
The vote comes after months Serbian church-led protests calling for the amendment - but protesters on the other side say the changes will push Montenegro back into Serbia's grip.
Will the €4bn Belgrade-Budapest rail upgrade be a benefit or burden?
Without effective rail connections from Belgrade to Greece, “this railway will go from nowhere to nowhere,” says Laszlo Varju, an MP for the centre-left Democratic Coalition party.
Serbia and Kosovo agree to closer economic ties in US-brokered deal
US president Donald Trump announced Serbia and Kosovo have normalized economic ties after a meeting with the country's leaders at the White House.
Serbia denies hiding COVID-19 impact to push ahead with election
The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) found Belgrade underreported COVID-19 deaths by nearly 400 between March 19 and June 1.
Serbia and Kosovo's leaders agree to meet in person for Brussels talks
European Union officials praise the two sides, but neither appeared to shift their position on Serbian recognition of Kosovo
Fifth night of anti-Vučić protests in Belgrade but no trouble reported
The protests first started when Serbia's populist president announced a strict curfew for this weekend to curb a surge in new coronavirus cases.