Aleksandar Sekulic’s workdays aren’t always this busy. The young human rights activist has been traveling across Serbia, visiting Albanian-owned shops and snack bars targeted by nationalistic attacks. At least a […]
The head of European soccer’s governing body has strongly condemned the violence that erupted during Tuesday night’s Albania-Serbia qualif ...
A lawyer representing former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic told the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia his client was no ...
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in the Hague has begun closing arguments in the trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Rado ...
The Belgrade Pride Parade on September 28 was followed by incidents in the different parts of the city and some 50 people have been arrested. The members of Gendarmerie have beaten […]
“It is not certain yet whether Putin (Russian president Vladimir) will visit Belgrade, but if this happen, why is he coming?”, United States ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby said, provoking […]
Bulgaria’s cabinet has approved a series of cross-border co-operation programmes with Romania, Greece, Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia. The programmes are to be submitted to the European Commission for approval, following […]
The majority shareholder in Bulgaria’s Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), Tsvetan Vassilev, wanted by Bulgarian prosecutors on suspicion of embezzling, has turned himself in to police in Belgrade, reports in Serbia […]
The latest polls which suggested a lead for the pro-independence camp ahead of the September 18 referendum in Scotland had its echoes in Serbian media with most commentators hailing the possibility […]
Heavy rains have unleashed floods that caused serious damage to roads and other infrastructure in western and central Bulgaria, including the Vratsa and Plovdiv regions, endangered a key power station […]