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Montenegrins remain deeply divided over their country’s ties with neighbouring Serbia and the Serbian Orthodox Church, which is the nation’s dominant religious institution.
Austria and Serbia vow to stop Afghan refugees entering Europe
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that Afghanistan's neighbouring countries should accept refugees instead.
Western Balkans cautious amid surge of COVID-19 infections
In southwestern Serbia, some school classes will be held online due to the high numbers of new coronavirus cases.
As EU membership stalls, Balkan nations create their own mini-Schengen
From 2023 no one will stop you from Belgrade to Tirana, said Serbia's president, talking about plans for a "mini-Schengen" zone in the Balkans.
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"Sadly, the Afghan episode does not offer any geopolitical wisdom or policy prescriptions for the Balkans and the people living there. It is just a painful acknowledgement that the region remains a geopolitical backwater on the Western periphery."
Serbian President slams Twitter over 'state-affiliated media' labels
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has challenged Twitter to delete his own account after the platform labeled several national media outlets as "state-affiliated".
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
How vaccine doubts have put the handbrake on Serbia's rapid rollout
Serbia's vaccine rollout was once one of the fastest in Europe. But vaccine scepticism has seen it slow significantly in recent months.
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New UN envoy to Bosnia faces angry opposition from Serbs
In a speech, Schmid pledged that he will work to help Bosnia reach stability and economic prosperity nearly three decades after the war that killed over 100,000 people and left millions homeless.
Stuck on Serbia's EU border, migrants try and try again to cross
Living in abandoned houses on Serbia's border with Romania and Hungary, many have tried to cross dozens of times. They claim they are caught and pushed back by police.
Multi-billion Rio Tinto mining project sparks protests in Serbia
“This project is a danger for our waters, our land, and our future,” said Nebojsa Zelenovic of NGO Action.
Serbian rock festival goes ahead as partygoers check for coronavirus
The Novi Sad rock festival in Serbia went ahead without face masks or social distancing after all participants were screened for coronavirus.
Should citizens in Belgrade be concerned by newly installed surveillance cameras?
The installation of some 1200 smart surveillance cameras on the streets of Belgrade has raised concerns both in Serbia's capital and among some European Union institutions. What are they being used for and why are they upsetting digital rights activists?
Two former allies of ex-Serbian President convicted of war crimes
A United Nations court has convicted two former allies of late Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic of aiding and abetting crimes committed during the Bosnian war.
Serbia denies any involvement in Bulgaria military plane crash
Serbia's Defense Ministry has said allegations they were involved in the crash of a Bulgarian military plane MiG-29 earlier this month are "inaccurate and malicious".
Serbia's Vucic hits back as Montenegro bans Srebrenica genocide denial
Montenegrin lawmakers on Thursday ousted a pro-Serb government minister who denied the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica was genocide.
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In the Western Balkans, ethnic nationalism threatens path to Europe
In a wide-ranging interview with Euronews, EU envoy Miroslav Lajcak also said that it is up to the states of the Western Balkans to prove that they will be functioning and effective members of the European family.
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Illegal Serb church on Bosniak woman's land is destroyed
Bosnian authorities on Saturday demolished a Serbian Orthodox church that was illegally built on land owned by a Bosniak woman.
Huge explosions rock Serbia munitions factory, forcing evacuation
A series of explosions have detonated at a military munitions factory near the central Serbian town of Čačak. No injuries have been reported.
Serbia and Kosovo leaders 'to meet for reconciliation talks'
A date had been set for a meeting between Kosovo’s new prime minister, Albin Kurti, and Serbian President Aleksander Vucic.
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15 years on, Montenegro's vote to quit Serbia still cuts deep
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Czech President Milos Zeman apologises to Serbia for 1999 NATO bombing
Czech President Milos Zeman has apologised for the 1999 NATO bombing during a visit to Prague by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
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