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Why are there anti-government protests in Serbia? | Euronews Answers
As protests enter their eighth week in Serbia, why are people so angry at Aleksandar Vucic's government?
Belgrade sees seventh week of anti-government protests
Seventh week of anti-government protests in Belgrade
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Thousands gather in Belgrade to cheer Putin during his brief visit to Serbia.
March in Belgrade in memory of assassinated Serbian politician
Demonstrators denounce "climate of fear" ahead of visit from Russian President Vladimir Putin
Thousands flood the streets of Belgrade in anti-government protest
Thousands of people took to the streets of the Serbian capital city of Belgrade Saturday night, to protest the sitting government and its de facto leader President Aleksandar Vucic.democratic freedoms
Protesters in Serbia denounce an alleged government crackdown on opposition parties
The second weekend of protest in a row was called by an alliance of opposition parties.
Politicised judiciary hurts Serbia's chances of joining the EU | View
Serbia’s failure to introduce genuine judicial reform will seriously jeopardise the country’s European future regardless of possible progress in relations with Kosovo, writes a policy analyst at the Open Society European Policy Institute.
Serbia-Kosovo possible border changes explained: What's at stake?
The leaders of Kosovo and Serbia Saturday voiced their intention to change the border between the two countries. What might this entail and what are the EU's worries about the ramifications for the rest of the Balkans?
Kosovan PM’s authority in doubt amid claims state intelligence arrested Turks without his knowledge
Days after a coalition party announced it would step down from government, the Kosovan PM’s hold on power has been plunged further into doubt after he claimed he did not know state intelligence arrested six men wanted by Turkey.
Kosovo rounds off independence celebrations with military parade
President Hashim Thaci said Kosovo should eventually become part of the EU and NATO, as the country marked a decade of independence from Serbia.
Kosovo takes to the streets to celebrate a decade of independence
People of all ages join a procession down Pristina's main shopping street, but Serbians remain unhappy at the anniversary
Kosovan pay respects to slain politician
Oliver Ivanovic was killed by unknown assailants on Tuesday in the northern Kosovan town of Mitrovica
Public backlash in Belgrade over Christmas tree cost
Locals and opposition politicians accuse authorities in the Serbian capital of corruption over high-price of Christmas tree.
Serbia's lesbian PM joins Belgrade Pride Parade
Campaigners have described the event as a test of the conservative Balkan state's rights record as it seeks to join the European Union.
Serbia in diplomatic dispute with FYROM
Serbia withdrew its diplomats from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) earlier this week. The incident coincided with reports that
Aleksandar Vucic sworn in as Serbian President
Aleksandar Vucic has taken office as Serbia’s President after his decisive election victory last month. It’s a largely ceremonial post, but he is
French court refuses to extradite former Kosovan prime minister to Serbia
Ramush Haradinaj was a guerilla commander during the 1998-99 Kosovo war. He has been released with immediate effect.
Third day of protests in Serbia against Vucic victory
In Serbia’s capital Belgrade, thousands took to the streets on Wednesday for the third day in a row, to protest against the overwhelming victory of Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in last
Serbian Premier Aleksandar Vucic elected president
Celebrations at the Belgrade headquarters of Serbia’s ruling Progressive Party.
Serbia PM Vucic wins presidential poll by a landslide
Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won Serbia’s presidential election by a landslide on Sunday, confirming his domination of the Balkan country balanced between the West and…
Serbian PM expected to win presidential election
If Serbs vote with the economy in mind on Sunday Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic should have little trouble winning the presidency.
Vucic tipped to win Serbia's presidential election
Voters will head to the polls on Sunday for a presidential election that will shape the country for the next four years.
Serb wall in Kosovo to be brought down by government
The parliament of Kosovo has voted to demolish a concrete wall, deemed to have been erected as an act of defiance by the small Serb community in the northern city of…
Media & conflicts: the challenges of Kosovo and of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
In the Balkans, the foreign media played a key role in raising awareness about the bloodshed taking place in the region, and in influencing international public opinion regarding a military interventi
Scores of migrants set out on foot for the EU
They have left Belgrade and are heading for Croatia, demanding that the EU opens its doors to them and gives them free and secure passage towards Western Europe.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Divided Bosnian Serbs protest for and against the government
Tensions run high in Bosnia's autonomous Serb republic, but the demonstrations ended peacefully.