The head of Serbia’s Party of Freedom and Justice, former Belgrade mayor Dragan Djilas, has slammed EU parliamentarians’ draft electoral reforms after they were leaked to the media yesterday. “The... read more →
Twitter has begun to label pro-government media accounts in Serbia as “state-affiliated” media. Those labelled as state-affiliated include the dailies Politika, Informer, Srpski Telegraf, Kurir, as well as three free-to-air... read more →
At a meeting marking the 13th anniversary of the Socialist Movement, Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin sparked controversy after he called on his government to “unite the Serb world.” “The... read more →
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has rejected criticisms that Serbia is stifling press freedom and imposed a state monopoly over the media. Writing in the EUobserver, Vucic responded to comments by... read more →
Any national independence movement must have two objectives, the first one, obviously, is to achieve independence, the second is to build a secure, prosperous and well-functioning state afterwards. Kosovo, Europe’s... read more →
Two police officers working on the investigation into the assassination of a Kosovar Serb politician last month have been arrested on suspicion of tampering with evidence, according to local media.... read more →
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