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Slobodan Milosevic’s widow wielded great influence in her own right and faced allegations of complicity in liquidating his critics.
The 1999 bombing campaign brought an end to Milosevic’s brutal rule in Kosovo, at a high cost in human life.
A suspected mob hit in Johannesburg targets a man linked to the convicted killer of a Serbian warlord.
Some observers claim far-right groups are taking a bigger role in the anti-government coalition.
The question of responsibility for the greatest atrocity of the Yugoslav wars remains open in the minds of some Serbs.
Monitoring group downgrades Hungary, Serbia from ‘free’ to ‘partially free,’ while Uzbekistan marks a modest improvement.
Ramush Haradinaj is looking more and isolated as he tries to defend a policy that is hurting the economies of both sides.
While Hungarians have been rallying against a new labor law, Serbians have been marching in the past month against Vucic and the ruling elite.