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A role reversal in recent years hasn’t done much to dampen the age-old competition between Bulgaria and Serbia.
Serbian leader vows to continue the fight “not to lose everything.”
Bosnia’s Serb entity could find itself on the verge of rejecting Serb responsibility for the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica.
Statute of limitations set to expire soon for trial of four men suspected of heists amounting to 334 million euros.
Progress in Tirana, but in nearby Serbia, another unsolved murder continues to cloud the country’s relations with the United States.
The public had been frozen out of Belgrade’s National Museum for 15 years.
The turmoil of the 1990s has left a lasting mark on the region in the form of high levels of gun ownership.
Some question the nationalist leader’s right to a seat in parliament after a UN court upheld his war crimes conviction.
Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin reacted to allegations of Russian influence in Serbia, interpreted as Belgrade being a “danger for the Balkans.”