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President won't rule out early parliamentary vote in 2018 (16.10.2017)

[…] According to the article set to be published on Tuesday, he said that if the opposition presented valid reasons, elections could be held next year.

Leaders of Kosovo, Serbia agree to pursue renewed dialogue (28.06.2017)

The leaders of Kosovo and Serbia said on June 28 that they favor the idea of renewed talks in order to ease months of tensions between Pristina and Belgrade.

Vucic sworn in as Serbian president amid protests (31.05.2017)

Aleksandar Vucic has been sworn in as Serbia's president, taking office amid protests against his increasingly tight grip on power in the Balkan state.

Serbia failing to prosecute war crimes, HLC says (18.05.2017)

New report by leading NGO says if Serbia maintains its current slow pace in prosecuting war crimes, less than 10 per cent of alleged culprits will face due process in the next 10 years.

Serbia clears two Bosnian Serb soldiers of war crimes (04.05.2017)

A Belgrade court acquitted two former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers of killing a Bosniak civilian in December 1992 during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, reversing their previous convictions.

‘War threats’ dominate Serbian front pages (27.04.2017)

An upsurge of political tensions between Albania, Kosovo, and Serbia have caused Belgrade tabloids to warn of impending war – but their lurid predictions, in the absence of any genuine threat, only benefit all three countries’ ruling politicians, analysts claimed.

Vucic elected Serbia's new president in first round (05.04.2017)

SNS leader and Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic has declared his victory in the presidential elections held in Serbia on Sunday, April 2.

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