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Report: UEFA suspends Partizan Belgrade over debts

European football's governing body UEFA has banned Serbia's multiple champions Partizan Belgrade from European competition over unpaid debts, the B92 news portal reported Wednesday.

Snowstorm blasts Balkans with traffic and power lines hit

A winter storm descended on the Balkans Friday, wreaking havoc with traffic and energy supplies while threatening the lives of migrants and people in isolated areas.

Three including child die in migrant smuggler crash in Serbia

Three migrants, including a child, were killed and 10 were injured when the vehicle smuggling them through Serbia overturned early Thursday, state television RTS reported.

Suffocating Sarajevo orders alternating traffic to combat pollution

Air pollution in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo has gone far beyond critical in recent days, prompting an emergency committee to ban half of the city's cars from the roads, the daily Avaz reported...

Report: No charge for child who set homeless man on fire in Serbia

A 12-year-old boy suspected of killing a homeless man in Serbia by setting him on fire was questioned by police but later released, the daily Blic reported Thursday.

Belgrade Stock Exchange joins SEE Link

The Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) has been connected to the South-East European Link, a project started by Bulgarian, Macedonian and Croatian stock exchanges with the objective of creating a...

UN tribunal enters final stage of Ratko Mladic's genocide trial

The long-running genocide trial of former Serb general Ratko Mladic over his role in the 1995 massacre of 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica has entered its final stage.

Iranian migrant shot and wounded in Serbia

Serbian police on Saturday confirmed reports that an Iranian migrant was wounded in a shooting near the border with Hungary, state TV RTS reported.

Mass brawl breaks out between migrants in Belgrade, one stabbed to death

One person was stabbed to death and two were seriously injured in a mass brawl that broke out between two groups of migrants in central Belgrade on Monday, Serbian police said.

Albania-Israel match was terror target, say Kosovo police

Kosovo police say they have foiled terrorist plans, including an attack at the Albania-Israel World Cup qualifier, and arrested 19 people suspected of links to the Islamic State.

Kosovo to get international phone prefix after deal with Serbia

Kosovo will get its own international dialing code after reaching a telecommunications deal with Serbia, officials said Sunday.

Johnson says Britain backs Serbia's EU membership bid

The visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday that although it was leaving the European Union, Great Britain would remain a friend of Serbia and would keep supporting...

Serbia trains with both Russian and NATO military in tightrope act

Around 300 soldiers from Russia and Belarus began training with the Serbian military on Thursday even as Serbian soldiers were training with NATO in neighbouring Montenegro, highlighting Belgrade'...

Police finds weapons cache near Premier Vucic's family home

Serbian police found a cache of weapons near the family home of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, the interior minister confirmed, according to Blic daily.

Russian Security Council chief on visit to Serbia

Serbia expelled several Russian nationals on suspicion of their involvement in preparing the alleged terrorist operations against Montenegro, the Belgrade media reported on Thursday, bringing into...