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As of next school year, pupils in 70 Serbian municipalities will be able to take Roma language classes.
As Kosovo marked its annual missing persons day, its president promised justice for all those whose bodies still haven’t been found since the late 1990s war with Serbian forces.
Serbian parliament gave the green light for the EU-backed agreement on the integration of the Serb minority in Kosovo when it adopted the government’s report on the Belgrade, Pristina talks.
Almost 500 families from Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia will be given new homes in a scheme that also aims to solve tens of thousands more wartime refugees’ housing problems.
Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian deputy prime minister, said the government will meet the request of Serbs from Kosovo and call a referendum on the Belgrade-Pristina deal.
The EU said its investigation into allegations that Kosovo Liberation Army fighters harvested and sold prisoners’ organs during the late 1990s conflict will be completed next year.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said he was “begging” on his knees for forgiveness for crimes committed by Serb forces in Bosnia during the 1990s conflict.
Kosovo Ombudsperson, Sami Kurteshi, testifying in the Xharra vs. Lushtaku case, recalled the effects of the use of the words “Serbian spy”in the public.
Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vucic, will visit Croatia on Monday, the Croatian Foreign Ministry confirmed on Thursday.
Teams from Kosovo and Serbia have headed to Brussels to agree on implementing the recently agreed EU-led deal.
The far-right party, Dveri, has filed charges against Serbian officials over the conclusion of a landmark deal with Kosovo.
A former legal adviser to the Kosovo Liberation Army told the war crimes trial of Fatmir Limaj that the ex-commander didn’t order the abuse of prisoners at the Klecka jail.
Aleksandar Vulin, director of government’s Office for Kosovo, said he is resigning in protest against the conclusion of a landmark deal with Kosovo, which he said ought to have gone to a referendum.
Leaders of Bosnia and Serbia agreed to work together on improving their often tetchy mutual relations at a meeting in Belgrade.
As the trial of alleged members of an illegal kidney-trading ring in Kosovo nears its end, it emerged that the Medicus clinic at the centre of the charges has been sold.
After the leaks of a video and phone conversations showing Bishop Vasilije Kacavenda kissing another young priest, the Serbian Orthodox Church has relieved him of his duties.
The protests over the Kosovo agreement revealed deep divisions among Serbia's right-wingers, but they could still become a serious force if they tap into public disappointment with the government.
Powerful businessman who made a fortune in sugar is among pre-qualified bidders for Kosovo’s ambitious planned ski resort.
If you want to work up a sweat between beers, this off-beat makeshift bar in the Jewish community building in Dorcol is worth seeking out.