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By Associated Press
Several thousand people turned out for an anti-government protest in Belgrade on Saturday, a day after Serbia's populist President Aleksandar Vucic held a mass rally in an apparent bid to counter months of street demonstrations against him.
By Dusan Stojanovic, Associated Press
Serbia’s president pledged on Sunday to defend the country’s law and order a day after opposition supporters stormed the national TV station protesting what they said is his autocratic rule and firm control of the media.
By Malcolm Brabant
Nearly 20 years after the war in Kosovo, efforts to achieve reconciliation between Serbs and ethnic Albanians have suffered one of their worst setbacks in recent years. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports in part two of our series, with the…
By Erik Andersen
A United Nations tribunal sentenced on Thursday former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to 40 years in prison for genocide and war crimes.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, while refugees at the Hungary-Serbia border clashed with riot police, some tried finding a new border crossing into Croatia. Also, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad declared that the refugee crisis is Europe’s fault, because of Western…
In Europe, it's the summer of mass migration. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News follows along as thousands of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa travel by train from Macedonia to Serbia, hoping to eventually reach Germany and…
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
Thousands of women still search for the remains of their relatives 20 years after the genocide in Srebrenica, Europe's worst massacre since World War Two.
By Andrew Mach
It has been 20 years since Bosnian Serb forces attacked the town of Srebrenica, just months before the end of the Bosnian War in 1995. For sixteen years, one man who escaped Srebrenica massacre been on the search for his…
By Rialda Zukic
Hundreds turned out for the first gay pride march held in four years in Belgrade, Serbia, on Sunday. The event was meant to be a show of tolerance for Serbia, a historically conservative nation, as it continues to seek admittance…
In our news wrap Monday, banking giant Credit Suisse admitted to helping wealthy Americans dodge taxes as part of a federal plea deal. The bank will pay $2.8 billion in penalties. Also, the Balkans suffered the worst flooding in more…
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