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Bosnia’s two entities cannot agree on route, placing political considerations above cost efficiency matters.
Protests by senior citizens underline the parlous condition of retirees in Serbia and Bosnia.
Restive Albanians, Serbs take heart from events in Spain, despite EU warnings to Catalan leaders.
Belgrade, Zagreb accuse each other of erecting statues to war criminals in latest finger-pointing episode.
The two allies attacked Europe’s fence-sitting stance in dramatically different ways, reflecting recent history.
Ignoring Zagreb’s scorn, Serbian ministers and others honor a man whose legacy is interpreted in radically different ways in each country.
Dozens of Serbian media outlets stage synchronized news outage to flag fears of governmental suppression of critical media.
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.