Accused war criminal Seselj to rally against Serbian government

Serbian nationalist firebrand Vojislav Seselj is spearheading an anti-government rally on Saturday but as he fights cancer and awaits judgement on war crimes charges he is as beleaguered as his once formidable party.

Businessman close to Serbian PM wounded in shooting

 A top Serbian businessman with close ties to Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic`s government was seriously wounded when an unknown gunman shot him in Belgrade on Friday, the state-run RTS television reported.

Albanian PM to visit flashpoint in fraught Serbia visit

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama left Belgrade Tuesday for the Albanian-populated southern Presevo Valley a day after his historic visit to Serbia was marred by a clash with his hosts over Kosovo.

Yugoslavia's last defense minister dies in Moscow

Gen Veljko Kadijevic, who was Yugoslavia's last defense minister at the start of the country's bloody breakup, has died. He was 88.

Anna Ivanovic gets `goosebumps` for Daddy Novak Djokovic
Anna Ivanovic gets `goosebumps` for Daddy Novak Djokovic

Ana Ivanovic said she was thrilled for men`s world number one Novak Djokovic on Wednesday after her childhood friend announced the birth of his first child.

After soccer row, Serbia says Albania not mature enough for Europe
After soccer row, Serbia says Albania not mature enough for Europe

Serbia`s interior minister said on Thursday Albania was "not mature enough" to join the European community, stepping up a war of words over a drone stunt that forced a Euro 2016 soccer qualifier between the Balkan nations to be abandoned.

After soccer row, Serbia says Albania not mature enough for Europe
After soccer row, Serbia says Albania not mature enough for Europe

Serbia`s interior minister said on Thursday that Albania was "not mature enough" to join the European community, stepping up a war of words over a drone stunt that forced a soccer match between the Balkan nations.

Albania PM brother arrested as Euro qualifier abandoned
Albania PM brother arrested as Euro qualifier abandoned

The brother of Albania`s Prime Minister was arrested in Belgrade on Tuesday night, accused of starting the trouble that caused the abandonment of the Euro 2016 qualifier between Serbia and Albania, Serbian state television RTS reported.

`Barfi` goes to Belgrade

After winning hearts at home and several international film festivals, Ranbir Kapoor-starrer romantic comedy `Barfi` is now all set to delight audiences in the capital of Serbia tomorrow.

Balkans count cost of floods, brace for more

The flood-hit Balkans began counting the cost Wednesday of a devastating natural disaster that has killed at least 49 people and still threatens the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgium to send assistance mission to Serbia

Belgium will send Wednesday an assistance mission to Serbia, upon the official request of the authorities in Belgrade, Belgian deputy Prime Minister Didier Reynders announced Tuesday in a statement.

Balkans brace for more misery amid historic floods

The Balkans braced for swollen rivers to reach new peaks on Monday, piling up misery after the worst floods in a century killed 45 people and sent tens of thousands fleeing for their lives.

Record Balkan floods claim at least 20 lives

Tens of thousands fled their homes on Saturday in Bosnia and Serbia, evacuated by boat or helicopter as rising waters surged into villages and towns. Authorities said the record flooding killed at least 20 people and the death toll could rise further.

Serbia not to impose sanctions on Russia

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic asked visiting European Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule Monday to understand country`s decision not to impose sanctions on Russia, and promised Serbia will finish all reforms necessary for the membership before 2019

Serb Vermezovic to coach Orlando Pirates

Serb Vladimir Vermezovic was named coach of high-profile South African football club Orlando Pirates Friday two years after quitting arch rivals Kaizer Chiefs.

Former first lady of Yugoslavia dies

Hospital officials say Jovanka Broz, the widow of former Yugoslav dictator Josip Broz Tito, has died. She was 89.

Two trains collide in Belgrade, 22 injured

Two trains collided Thursday in a tunnel on the outskirts of the Serbian capital city, injuring at least 22 people.

Gunman in Serbia massacre dies

Serbian gunman who shot dead 13 people in the country`s worst massacre in two decades, died on Thursday from a self-inflicted gun wound, according to a source at Belgrade`s emergency centre.

Serbia mourns 13 killed in `monstrous` gun rampage

It was the worst such incident in two decades in the Balkan country, shocked by what police called a "monstrous" crime.

Serbia shooting spree claims 13 lives

Thirteen people were killed in a village near Belgrade in Serbia by a man on shooting spree, officials said Tuesday.