The Serbian weekly magazine Nedeljnik has retracted an article reporting U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had apologized for the U.S. role in the 1999 bombing of the former Yugoslavia. […]
The migrant crisis is not behind us, but in front of us, Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic said after meeting his French counterpart Manuel Vall ...
Serbia’s minister for labour, employment, war veterans and social issues said on September 14 that he would demand from the government to adopt “ ...
At the September 16 summit of EU leaders in Bratislava to discuss the refugee and migration crisis, the Visegrad Four countries will press for assista ...
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has held a series of telephone conversations to discuss Europe’s migrant and refugee crisis with his counterparts Viktor Orbán, Angela Merkel and Aleksandar Vučić. Borissov […]
Cedo Colovic (57), who was arrested last week near the Serbian-Croatian border over suspicion that he has been spying in Serbia in favour of Zagreb admitted his wrongdoing and reached […]
Agents of the Serbian Security Information Agency (BIA) arrested in Belgrade “a Croatian spy” on September 2, Vecernjenovosti daily reported via its website. The BIA action was conducted in co-operation […]
Serbia has declared it will maintain a neutral position toward the controversial Bosnian Serb referendum that has challenged the international community in Bosnia and heightened ethnic tensions more than 20 […]
The latest statements by Zoran Milanovic, the leader of the Croatian Social-Democratic Party (SDP), have provoked harsh reactions in Serbia, including high official’s appeal to the European Union to react. […]
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden offered his condolences to the families of those killed in the Balkan wars, including those killed in the NATO airstrikes on Serbia in 1999. Biden’s […]