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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 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.
The Serbian paramilitary who became a key prosecution witness at his former comrades’ trial for war crimes in Kosovo says he had to speak out about the brutal massacres his unit committed.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
The Serbian Orthodox Church has been hit by a series of leaks about sex and spying as the government attempts to force it to drop its opposition to the Kosovo agreement.
As the EU rule of law mission in Kosovo stages a new organ-trafficking investigation, prosecutor Jonathan Ratel discusses the recent Medicus clinic convictions and the suspects who remain at large.
Plans to reorganise the indebted state-owned monopoly Srbijagas have become controversial, pitting the energy ministry against the management.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
The call for Serbia to join the Russian-led military alliance opens up new possibilities for cooperation with the countries of the former Soviet Union.
Kosovo's authority will be introduced to Serb-run northern Kosovo in three stages, BIRN can reveal, as Kosovo Serb leaders warn the EU-backed plan may prompt them to emigrate.
Serbia’s former top official for Kosovo says only Belgrade can pursue Serbs in North to respect EU-brokered agreement.
When the Hague Tribunal closes at the end of 2014, Balkan countries’ own courts will be responsible for all war crimes trials, but prosecutions are dogged by politics and differing interpretations of history.
The founders of the ’Njuznet’ site say they struggle with the fine line between reality and fiction as they attempt to expose the absurdity of the Serbian media and everyday life.
Kosovo playwright Jeton Neziraj discusses his work on such topics such as nationalism in art, Kosovo-Serbia relations, the links between religion and terrorism, and his new play on the possible independence of Wales.
The profitable public company has proven a generous donor to causes dear to the ruling URS, which controls the airport.