Premier planned to make a campaign stop in a Serbian-inhabited town, amid uncertainties whether Kosovo Serbs will be able to vote in Sunday’s election.
A student with practically no platform beyond satirizing the political elite is gaining ground ahead of the presidential vote.
Serbian officialdom respond to the Albanian president’s visit with guarded warnings rather than greetings.
Given the media’s role in recent elections, only a fool would think this year will be any better.
A journalist was stopped by police moments after interviewing a Yemeni man who was relocated to Serbia last year.
If reports of Nikolic’s decision to stand for another term pan out, a feud with ruling party leaders seems inevitable.
In a first for Serbian courts, eight former Bosnian Serb policemen stand accused of slaughtering 1,300 Muslim civilians in 1995.
‘Illegal’ refusal to allow entry to would-be asylum seekers said to be rising in the Balkans and Poland.
Bearing the slogan “Kosovo is Serbia,” along with Serbian Orthodox religious symbols, the train has provoked a major clash between Belgrade and Pristina.
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