All posts tagged Serbia

April 24, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgaria’s former president Rossen Plevneliev says that four countries are trying “in one way or another” to influence the political process in Bulgaria – Russia, Turkey, Macedonia and Serbia. Plevneliev, […]

Peaceful protests are acceptable, Serbian president-elect Vucic says

April 4, 2017, by Independent Balkan News Agency

Serbia is a democratic country and protests about elections results are acceptable as long as they are peaceful, prime minister and president-elect Al ...

NGOs: Unaccompanied refugee children at extreme risk in the Balkans

April 4, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

An estimated 1300 unaccompanied child refugees and migrants are at an increased risk of exploitation, violence and trafficking because of the restrict ...

Serbia’s conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic wins presidential election: projection

April 3, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

Serbia Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic looked set to sweep a first round presidential election on Sunday, coming in with 56 percent of votes, accordin ...

  • Refugees in Serbia – stranded in a warehouse
    January 17, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    A great number of refugees are living in inhumane conditions in a warehouse in Belgrade. They are waiting to travel to Western Europe. In Serbia, people are arguing about who […]