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Serbia PM announces early general elections (17.01.2016)

Serbia will hold early parliamentary and local elections this spring, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic announced on Sunday - a move that seems likely to strengthen his grip on power.

Vucic "ready to resign, schedule early elections for April" (14.01.2016)

PM Aleksandar Vucic is "close to a decision" to call early parliamentary elections, that would be held along with provincial and local ballots.

Serbia to adopt national war crimes strategy (26.11.2015)

More than a decade after Serbia started to prosecute war crimes, the country is to adopt its first-ever strategy to comprehensively deal with offences committed during the 1990s conflicts.

Serbia faltering on war crime prosecutions (27.10.2015)

Serbia isn’t launching enough new war crimes cases and is still failing to prosecuting high-ranking suspects from the 1990s conflicts, said a new report from the OSCE.

Srebrenica massacre: eight charged in Serbia's first court ruling (10.09.2015)

War crimes prosecutors in Serbia have charged eight people over the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia, Europe's worst atrocity since World War Two. … It is the first time a Serbian court has charged anyone over the massacre of 8,000 people by Bosnian Serb forces.

Elections at all levels to be held in March 2016 - report (20.08.2015)

Early parliamentary elections will most likely be held in Serbia in March 2016, the Belgrade-based daily Vecernje Novosti writes on Thursday.

Serbia arrests eight in its first arrests over Srebrenica massacre (18.03.2015)

Serbian police detained eight men Wednesday suspected of taking part in the 1995 killing of 8,000 Muslims at Srebrenica, the first arrests by Serbian authorities over Europe's deadliest atrocity since World War II.

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