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'Balkan route' still open to migrants, Serbian minister warns

Around 100,000 migrants from Middle East, Asia and Africa have passed through Serbia so far in 2016 despite the closure of the so-called `Balkan route` which hundreds of thousands used last year to reach Western Europe, a Serbian minister said.

Hungary minister says Austrian border checks unjustified

Border checks by Austria that have caused long queues on the Hungarian side of the frontier in recent days are unjustified, Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Thursday.

Man shoots dead 5, injures 20 in Serbian cafe: Police

It is the third mass shooting in recent years in Serbia, which has tried to shrink the number of illegal weapons in circulation since the 1990s Balkan wars.

Hungary jails 10 migrants for up to three years for border crossing

It was the first case to come to trial under a law passed days before the incident that made illegal border crossing as part of a rioting crowd punishable by between one and five years in prison.

Novak Djokovic calls for football-style Davis Cup to keep tournament alive

Novak Djokovic calls for football-style Davis Cup to keep tournament alive

Djokovic inspired Serbia to its only Davis Cup triumph in 2010.

See pic: Tim Kopra shares amazing view of Serbia from space!

See pic: Tim Kopra shares amazing view of Serbia from space!

Tim Kopra has shared an amazing view of Belgrade, capital of Serbia during night time from space

Serbia accuses Croatia of obstructing its EU membership talks

Serbia accused Croatia on Friday of obstructing its negotiations on European Union membership and said it would not submit to blackmail by its neighbour.

Radical Serb leader Seselj praises `honourable` UN judges for acquittal

Radical Serb leader Vojislav Seselj on Thursday praised the "honourable and fair" UN judges who acquitted him of nine charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

UN judges acquit Serb leader Seselj on all war crimes charges

UN judges acquit Serb leader Seselj on all war crimes charges

UN judges on Thursday found radical Serb leader Vojislav Seselj not guilty on all nine charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity arising out of the 1990s Balkans wars.

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Here is a list of top 10 least happy nations in the world

Davis Cup: Andy Murray puts holders Britain ahead, Novak Djokovic excels for Serbia

Davis Cup: Andy Murray puts holders Britain ahead, Novak Djokovic excels for Serbia

Murray said that he despite getting little out of breath, he served and played well.

Greek migrant camp overflows as Balkan states cap arrivals

More than 5,000 people were trapped at the Idomeni camp on Greece`s northern border with Macedonia on Saturday after four Balkan countries announced a daily cap on migrant arrivals.

Protesters fight police, set Kosovo government headquarters on fire

Protesters fight police, set Kosovo government headquarters on fire

Demonstrators in Kosovo fought running battles with police and set fire to the government`s headquarters on Saturday as anger simmers in the young Balkan country over an accord with its former ruler, Serbia.

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Serbian defence minister fired for sexist remark against female journalist

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic on Monday announced  he is firing the defence minister after he made a sexist remark to a female journalist.

Some guns used in Paris attacks produced in ex-Yugoslavia's arsenal

 

Belgrade: Some assault rifles used by the Islamic militants in the November 13 Paris attacks and later seized in police raids were produced in the former Yugoslavia`s state arsenal, the company`s director said on Saturday.

Kosovo Opposition fires tear gas, pepper spray in Parliament

Kosovo's opposition fired tear gas and pepper spray in parliament on Tuesday.

Two Serbia embassy employees abducted in Libya: Govt

Two Serbian embassy employees, a man and a woman, were abducted in Libya's coastal city of Sabratha on today while they were travelling in convoy to Tunisia, the government in Belgrade said.

European Union pushes to end migrant chaos with Balkans plan

European Union pushes to end migrant chaos with Balkans plan

The meeting comes after Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia on Saturday warned they could close their borders to migrants.

Balkan states 'ready to close borders if need be'

Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia pledged on Saturday to seek a Europe-wide solution to the migrant crisis but warned they would close their borders if other EU countries stopped taking new arrivals.