Mitrovica's Main Bridge is both a symbol of the town’s division and its most popular tourist attraction.
Serbia has been highlighted as a success story for its vaccination programme, but rising coronavirus cases have health experts worried.
The COVAX scheme has delivered millions of doses of coronavirus vaccine to African countries this week, but officials have admitted the scheme has gone slower than expected in certain areas.
Kosovo opposition leader and election winner Albin Kurti says that if a referendum was held on his country joining Albania, he would vote yes.
"When President Vučić wants to talk with Europe, he will dial Macron’s number", argues Vuk Vuksanovic, an associate at LSE Ideas.
The President of Serbia has compared the distribution of the coronavirus vaccine in Europe to the sinking of the Titanic - saying the rich are being saved while the poor of the Balkans are being left to drown.
Swollen winter waters have surged over landfill sites near the river banks, pulling rubbish downstream.
"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
While the whole region was waiting to get at least some vaccines from the COVAX scheme, a plane from China landed in Belgrade with a million doses on board.
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.
Tensions persist between Croatia and Serbia after the devastating wars in the 1990s. But they have been put aside as the region unifies to help Zagreb after Tuesday's deadly earthquake.