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Opposition parties beat ‘war wing’ in Kosovo elections

Fed up with widespread corruption and poverty, voters deliver a heavy rebuke to current government.

Portugal rekindle Euro hopes with 4-2 win in Serbia

Cristiano Ronaldo and Bernardo Silva score in six-goal thriller as Fernando Santos' side make up ground in Group B

Serbia grants citizenship to Thailand’s fugitive ex-PM

The Serbian government cites a legal provision that 'a foreign citizen can also be granted citizenship if that is in line with the country's interests.'

Man hoping for a date confesses to calling in bomb threat

The man is set to be charged with causing panic and disorder.

Serbian press crown Djokovic ‘King of Tennis’

Novak Djokovic rightfully hailed in the Serbian media for his Wimbledon victory.

‘Wonder of nature’: Serbia’s ultra-expensive donkey cheese

One kilo of Serbia's one-of-a-kind donkey cheese costs €1,000.

Kosovo celebrates ’20 years free’ with Clinton visit

Kosovo prepares to mark 20 years since the NATO intervention that ended its war with Serbia and cleared a path for independence, starting with a visit from former US President Bill Clinton.

Macron and Merkel try to resurrect Serbia-Kosovo talks at Balkan summit

The Brussels-led dialogue collapsed several months after talk of possible border changes between the neighbours.

Ex-spies convicted of Serbian journalist’s murder

The heaviest sentences of 30 years were given to former secret police chief Radomir Markovic.

Oil caps best quarter in decade as Siberia to shale cut...

Fears of an economic slowdown eased as trade talks between China and the US resumed and two Federal Reserve presidents predicted continuing growth this year.

Injured Ronaldo limps off in Portugal qualifier

The 34-year-old pulled up after sprinting for the ball and was replaced by midfielder Pizzi with Serbia leading 1-0 through Dusan Tadic's early penalty.

Serbia marks 20 years since NATO bombing campaign

The sound of an air raid siren kicked off the ceremony at 7.45pm, the minute when the strikes began on March 24, 1999, and the airing of scenes of the bombings on a big screen.

Refreshed Germans make promising start

Germany's coach Loew happy with what he sees from this new outfit.

Germany, Australia off to strong starts in Davis Cup qualifying

Germany take a 2-0 lead over Hungary with ATP Finals winner Alexander Zverev, the only current top 10 player in action this weekend.

Serbia’s cafe culture percolates underground

The cafe was first opened in 2012 to give relatives and tourists a chance to connect with the miners and better understand their work.

NATO to ‘re-examine’ Kosovo mission after army vote

Kosovo and Serbia have struggled to make progress in faltering EU-led talks to normalise their ties.

Kosovo asserts independence with vote to build an army

The former Serbian province is currently guarded by NATO-led peacekeeping troops, who have been stationed there since Kosovo broke away from Belgrade in a bloody separatist war in 1998-99.

Greece wants to host World Cup with Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia

Greece invited Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia to meet on November 23 to discuss jointly hosting the 2030 World Cup.

Four Balkan countries to explore 2030 World Cup bid

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said the four countries would discuss the possibility of becoming candidates for a major sporting event within 10 years.

Mitrović double gives Serbia 2-0 win at Montenegro

Aleksandar Mitrović scored both goals in Serbia's victory over Montenegro.

Manchester United’s Matic withdraws from Serbia squad with injury

The 30-year-old joins Luke Shaw in the treatment room after the left back pulled out of the England squad with an injury on Monday.

Serbia president blasts PSG fans as ‘bandits and hooligans’

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić on Friday blasted fans of Paris Saint-Germain as "bandits and hooligans" after a stormy Champions League clash against Red Star Belgrade.

Kosovo hopes for a deal with Serbia by spring

Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008 but Serbia has still not recognised it as a sovereign state and relations between the two remain tense.

Serbia’s Vucic says long road ahead in talks with Kosovo

The land swap deal would allow Serbia to keep control over northern parts of Kosovo that are mainly populated by Serbs

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