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President Tomislav Nikolic is starring in a promotional video put out by the Serbian Traffic Safety Agency as part of campaign to promote use of seat belts.
The Serbian authorities will again investigate a suspected mass grave in the south-western town of Raska that could contain the bodies of ethnic Albanians killed during the Kosovo war.
Ties between Belgrade and Pristina will now be handled directly by new liaison officers in another step towards implementing their EU-brokered deal aimed at normalising relations.
Serbian right-wing extremist group SNP Nasi says is putting up surveillance cameras in apartments near a new lesbian and gay centre in an attempt to shut it down.
The city is preparing to launch a competition for the design of a monument dedicated to the late Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Djindjic.
A civic campaign group has urged the authorities to prevent the construction of a shopping mall at the site of a WWII concentration camp.
A Hague Tribunal judge’s email suggesting recent high-profile acquittals by the court could have been due to political pressure has caused controversy after it was leaked to the media.
While the River Danube inundated several central European cities, the Serbian capital is safe because the waters are not expected to rise above the regular flood defence limit.
As Belgrade slashes funding for prestigious festivals and exhibitions, culture workers have called a rally in the capital, accusing the state of 'killing off' culture.
Kosovo's alleged receipt of a verbal recognition pledge from Yemen raises questions about the number of countries that have actually recognised its independence.
Belgrade and Pristina have failed to make headway during negotiations on an international dialling code for Kosovo and a licence for a Serbian mobile phone operator in Kosovo.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic will attend celebrations marking Croatia's accession to the EU, his cabinet has confirmed.
A new broadcaster, Sky Info Plus, run by a senior official of the ruling Progressive Party aims to go on air in September, using the frequency of the now closed TV Avala, Balkan Insight has learned.
Families of ethnic Albanian civilians killed by Serb forces in 1999 in Kosovo told the war crimes trial of 13 Serb fighters how their homes were burned and relatives killed.
Three former Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas known as the ‘Llapi Group’ have been convicted of torturing wartime prisoners and sentenced to a total of 13 years in prison.
As Pristina and Belgrade mull the EU-brokered deal of April 19, Kosovo's parliament backs reciprocal rights for ethnic Albanians in southern Serbia.
Optimism about reform under the new government fades as the new team delays enacting the promised media strategy and takes effective control of the media through the familiar tactics of targeted advertising and hidden ownership.
Planned package of savings, which won’t affect salaries or pensions, may not be nearly radical enough to tackle the growing budget deficit.
While Istria’s wonderful old cities lure tourists with their beaches and historic atmosphere, the interior offers a more secluded experience of hills, vineyards and charming fortified towns.