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Across the Balkans and Eastern Europe, working-age populations are shrinking at an alarming pace.
Belgrade is looking for international allies ahead of mid-December vote, arguing that a new military could be used against Serbian minority in Kosovo.
Kosovo has imposed 100 percent tariffs on Serbian and Bosnian goods in a decision that could seriously hurt its economy.
Serbian president unhappy over treatment in Paris, giving his country’s wartime losses of almost a third of its population.
Podgorica bans events commemorating creation of Yugoslavia, while billboards in Russian city of Vladimir attempt to sanitize the Soviet-era security forces.
In addition to its picturesque settings, tax breaks and visa exemptions make Serbia one of the rising stars in the Bollywood sky.
While some gay rights activists have criticized her for not pushing the LGBT agenda, Ana Brnabic has been insistent on the need to fix what she says are more pressing issues.
Miroslav Miskovic’s life has played out like a soap opera. But his autobiography reads like a self-help manual – and a condemnation of Serbian politics.
Their parents’ script is losing its allure for young people immersed in the Latin-dominated online world.
China has a lot of money invested in the country, but much less than Serbs think.