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Western embassies reject Serbian PM’s protest allegations
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Serbian government scraps planned lithium mine after protests
Serbian PM Ana Brnabić said on Thursday that the government has cancelled all prior licences for Rio Tinto's planned mine in the west of the country.
Rio Tinto announces pushback in new lithium mine project in Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said on Tuesday that the Serbian government would not make any decisions without consulting the local communities first.
Djokovic arrives in Belgrade, walks through airport
Novak Djokovic arrived in his native Serbia after being deported from Australia because he was not vaccinated against COVID-19, ending his hopes of defending his Australian Open title.
Serbia votes in a referendum on possible constitutional changes
The ballot focuses on the changes in the election of judges and prosecutors that authorities say are aimed at boosting their independence in the country where the judiciary is widely seen as corrupt and politically controlled.
Hundreds protest against potential lithium mining in Serbia
Hundreds of environmental protesters demanding the cancellation of lithium mining projects in Serbia blocked roads and a border crossing.
Kosovo stops Serbian trucks carrying ballot papers at border
Kosovo says that Serbia cannot distribute ballot papers to minority voters.
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Djokovic back in detention as legal challenge moves to high court
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Djokovic fans celebrate outside lawyer's office
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Serbia: Lithium mine opponents block roads in bad weather
Hundreds of people in Serbia spent part of a holiday weekend blocking roads to protest plans for lithium mining in the Balkan country.
Serbia's Mokra Gora ranked among best tourist villages in the world
Chosen amongst 170 registered places from 75 countries around the world, the people of Mokra Gora already knew that they lived in "the best tourist village in the world" before it was officially confirmed.
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After the tennis world No. 1 was refused entry into Australia to compete at 2022's first Grand Slam, his conspiracy theorist and nationalist beliefs came to the fore once again.
Russian Orthodox Church hold main midnight Christmas service
The majority of Orthodox believers celebrate Christmas on January 7, with midnight services especially popular.
Serbia's Orthodox Christians gather for January's Christmas traditions
Though Serbia's COVID-19 figures are at new highs, hundreds attended the traditional Christmas Eve Divine Liturgy in the St. Sava temple in Belgrade, Serbia.
Orthodox Christians observe Christmas amid virus concerns
The Serbian Patriarch prayed for medical workers fighting the virus and for those sick to recover quickly.
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Hundreds of protesters in Serbia call for an end to lithium mine plan
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Serbian president praises Russian arms shipment amid regional tensions
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Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia hold talks at Open Balkan Summit
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