The Serbian government steps up its efforts to secure its borders with Bulgaria and Macedonia against migrants and smugglers.
Some activists say the nation doesn’t have the resources to re-socialize two men who were locked away for more than 14 years.
Most parties who signed the declaration oppose pro-Western initiatives prevalent in the region.
Foreign Ministry chides own diplomat for not doing enough to derail Brussels event.
The search for new export markets is the underlying reason for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to Serbia and Poland.
Surprise announcement after meeting EU, U.S. diplomats follows PM’s earlier visit with Russian leader Putin.
Station pleads with government to solve its chronic under-funding problem, as debts from users and entity stations mount.
Belgrade unwilling to accept conditions set by former enemy for accession talks to go ahead.
Supporters incensed after recount leaves nationalist party shut out of parliament – by one vote.
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