/en/file/show//Images/Images.New/Places/Montenegro/Bratislav Dikic Photo youtube screenshot 660.jpg Montenegro 'Coup Plotter' Says Evidence Was Planted

Retired Serbian General Bratislav Dikic, the main suspect in the alleged coup attempt in Montenegro, says a Montenegrin policeman planted evidence on him.

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Hungary Shuts Down Border with Croatia

Follow live latest developments as Hungary has decided to close the border with Croatia to prevent further influx of refugees


24 Oct 16

Clinton-Trump Battle Divides Bosnian Capital

The US presidential elections have revealed familiar divisions in Bosnia, with Muslims rallying for Democratic champion Hillary Clinton and Serbs showing up for Donald Trump.

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24 Oct 16

Syria Returnee Wants to Help Kosovo’s Would-be Warriors

Albert Berisha, who returned to Kosovo after briefly joining fighters in Syria, has set up an NGO to help other returnees - and those mulling following the path that he once took.

24 Oct 16

Pavo Barisic, New Croatian Minister Dogged by his Past

New Croatian minister Pavo Barisic will have to hit the ground running and fend off the slew of accusations being made against him.

24 Oct 16

Traces of Empire: Serbia’s Roman Heritage

20 Oct 16

Bosnian War Rape Victims Rue Lost Motherhood


Paradox of Western Support for Montenegro’s ‘Godfather’

By continuing to bet on Milo Djukanović, the West and the EU risk falling into the ‘stability-versus-democracy’ trap - and discrediting the values they say they wish to uphold.

crimea-officials-tout-for-business-in-serbia-10-21-2016 21 Oct 16 Crimea Officials Tout for Business in Serbia

A delegation from the region controversially annexed by Russia is visiting Serbia and urging businesses to invest despite EU sanctions.

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traces-of-empire-serbia-s-roman-heritage-10-07-2016 Traces of Empire: Serbia’s Roman Heritage

Despite having been a key province of the Roman Empire, Serbia’s ancient cities, sites and monuments receive little public attention.

serbia-prepares-for-a-royal-wedding-10-21-2016 Serbia Prepares for First Royal Wedding in Decades

The Serbian royal family is inviting guests from home and abroad – reportedly including British royalty – to attend the 'traditional Serbian' wedding this month of one of the late King Alexander's grandsons.



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