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Foreign minister Guido Westerwelle expressed hopes that Serbia’s deal with Kosovo would be properly implemented so that Belgrade will get a start date for EU accession talks.
The journalists' association UNS has accused some media of violating the Journalists' Code of Ethics by reporting on the shooting spree in Velika Ivanca in a speculative and lurid manner.
As the European Commission prepares to issue a progress report on the western Balkans, the EU’s foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton is visiting the region to promote reforms.
Two assistant anaesthetists at a Kosovo clinic accused of illegal kidney-trading said they took part in organ transplants but did not know the operations were illegal.
After the Croat member of Bosnia's state presidency cancelled a planned visit to Belgrade, the Bosniak member said he was still willing to go and help Serbia confront its past deeds in his country.
As The Hague Tribunal moved the war crimes verdict on Serbian Radicals’ leader Vojislav Seselj back to October, his party said it proved that he is a political prisoner.
As Serbia's ruling Progressives petition for early elections in the northern province of Vojvodina, the province's head says he will not resign.
Thousands of protesters demanded the withdrawal of a declaration on Vojvodina's rights, the resignation of the province's Prime Minister and early elections.
Opposition rally against provincial government’s ‘separatist’ agenda could turn violent, province’s PM warns.
The EU is still mediating between Belgrade and Pristina behind the scenes in the hopes of securing a deal on Kosovo before April 22.
Bosnian Serb wartime general Ratko Mladic launched a tirade at the judge after he was ejected from his Hague trial for calling a witness who survived the Srebrenica massacres a liar.
Former transport minister Fatmir Limaj and six other co-accused pleaded not guilty to charges of organized crime and other corruption-related offences, while asking the court for a “speedy trial”.
In spite of repeated cancellations of the event in recent years as a result of threats, organisers have announced that a Gay Pride Parade will be held on September 28.
A former anaesthetist at a Kosovo clinic accused of illegal kidney-trading confirmed that transplants were carried out at the clinic, but said he was not aware it had no license.
As Brussels is unlikely to grant Serbia a start date for memberships negotiations owing to the failure of Kosovo talks, Serbia's Prime Minister has asked Russia for help.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic described the Hague war crimes court as a biased “inquisition” during a UN General Assembly debate that was boycotted by the US as inflammatory.
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.
To keep its reform policy credible for investors, the government must find common ground with the IMF and look for a new arrangement, experts say.
The Belgrade authorities plan to reconstruct the ‘Judenlager Semlin’ concentration camp, where more than 7,000 Jewish women and children were killed, turning it into a memorial centre.