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Farmers fear EU rules will enable foreign companies to snap up land at bargain basement prices.
The abrupt move was a reaction to what Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said were ‘offensive actions’ planned against his country’s interests.
Thousands more migrants and refugees remain stranded in Serbian camps, trapped by higher European entry barriers for non-whites.
As Pristina dithers, Serbian leaders talk of ‘compromise’ – another word for partition?
The Serbian president says his moderation could finish him, but is that just part of his cunning plan?
Austrian woman pulled strings to help save thousands of children from Ustasa concentration camps.
At the latest EU-Western Balkans Summit six EU hopefuls heard promises of aid, but not the kind they really want.
Deadlocked Serbia and Kosovo, along with Macedonia and Greece, show willingness to talk things over.
Political power likely to stay in hands of President Vucic and FM Dacic.