Police in north-western Bulgaria are investigating the deaths of four men from exposure near the Serbian border. The men were from Iraq and Syria
At the World Travel Market 2014 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Ms Gordana Plamenac, CEO/Managing
A Euro2016 qualifier betweeen Serbia and Albania was called off on October 14, 2014, after fights among players and supporters, sparked by a drone
Real Economy goes to Croatia, just 10 months after it joined the European Union, to see if enlargement is more than simply a one size fits all
the global conversation
Kosovo emerged from a bloody and brutal conflict with its neighbour Serbia some 15 years ago and has since embarked on the rocky road to reform
It stems from a law to protect Serb minority rights, but in the Croatian city of Vukovar, the introduction of the Cyrillic alphabet on public signs
In the north western corner of Serbia lies Bac Fortress.
It’s a XIV century castle – now considered a national heritage monument – which was
Around 130,000 passengers pass the Merdare crossing point between Kosovo and Serbia everyday.
What makes it special is that both Serb and Albanian
By granting greater autonomy to Serbian municipalities in northern Kosovo, the EU-brokered accord between Belgrade and Pristina sets a precedent in
Serbia’s government is left facing difficult decisions after the collapse of talks with neighbouring Kosovo.
The country does not recognise
As more football match-fixing scandals emerge across Europe, experts talk about the huge sums of money involved and the authorities reveal their
The European enlargement project remains unfinished as long as the Balkan jigsaw has missing pieces, of which Serbia is one. Near the end of the
A mobile recycling facility being tested in eastern and southern Europe is aiming to get the most from electronic waste.
Bernd Kopacek, managing
The Serbian authorities are in the middle of a witch-hunt against critical intellectuals, whose most recent victim, Sreten Ugricic was for over a
This week in U talk, our internet question comes from Marko from Serbia.
He asks: “Should the protection of gay and lesbian rights be a condition
In Serbia, there have been mixed reactions over the arrest of the former Bosnian-Serb military commander Ratko Mladic. For some he is a war hero
In the space of a week, Serbian President (since 2004) Boris Tadic announced the arrest of Europe’s most wanted war crimes indictee, former Bosnian