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Kosovo votes for parliament amid calls for talks with Serbia
People in Kosovo are casting their ballots in a general election that's being held amid calls for leaders to resume dialogue with Serbia over normalizing relations.
Russia sends state-of-the-art air defense system to Serbia
Moscow has raised suspicions in Brussels with the deployment of two anti-aircraft systems to Serbia for a joint military drill. Belgrade is pursuing closer NATO and EU links while maintaining longtime ties with Russia.
Young Serbs moving abroad for work
23 Mar 2019
Jovana, Angelina and Miljana are trained nurses — but there is no work for them in Serbia. Like many of their peers, they want to move abroad. What does it feel like to bid farewell to one's homeland?
Polls open in Serbia's presidential election
2 Apr 2017
Polls open in Serbia's presidential election. Conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is runaway favourite despite opposition warnings about the extent of his domination over the Balkan country, balanced between the West and Russia.
Stranded in Serbia, migrants endure an odyssey of violence
1 Apr 2017
Driven back by police batons and snarling dogs, or beaten and robbed by the smugglers they relied on upon, migrants caught in Serbia have regularly been victims of violence as they struggle to reach Europe.
Refugees in Serbia face bitter cold
10 Jan 2017
Refugees are struggling against Serbia's winter as they shelter in an abandoned warehouse on the border with Hungary.