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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...

Belgrade has no comment on arrest of Serbian citizens in Montenegro

State officials in Belgrade on Sunday declined to comment on the Montenegrin police operation which resulted in the arrest of 20 Serbian citizens suspected of an alleged preparation of terrorist...

Serbian, Albanian PMs talk European integration, relations in region

Prime Ministers Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia and Edi Rama of Albania said in Belgrade on Thursday that the countries in the region had a big common potential for cooperation in the future and that...

Croatia, Kosovo face fines after anti-Serb chants

Croatia and Kosovo could face fines over extremist chants by their fans at the World Cup qualifier they played in Shkodra, Albania on Wednesday, according to local media.

Tensions flare in Bosnian hotspot Srebrenica after local polls

Bosnian Serb police said Wednesday that it took control over ballots in the ethnic hotspot of Srebrenica Wednesday amid tensions over the result of Sunday's local polls.

Migrants stranded in Serbia start protest march to Hungary

Around 350 migrants started a 210-kilometre march from Belgrade toward Hungary Tuesday, to protest the border barricade that is keeping them stranded.

Serbian police arrest over 120 in organized crime raid

Serbian police has arrested 123 people in 18 cities in a major raid carried out in cooperation with Germany, Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said Tuesday.

Suspected spy sentenced to three years after plea agreement

The High Court in Belgrade has upheld a plea agreement with Cedo Colovic, charged with spying for Croatian intelligence services, sentencing him to three years in prison, the court said Tuesday....