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Serbian lawmakers approve new government (12.08.2016)

(Prime Minister Aleksandar) Vucic cut short his previous term and called the early vote in April, saying that he needs a full four years to implement reforms and guide the Balkan country toward European Union membership.

Croatia-Serbia tensions escalate into diplomatic war (29.07.2016)

Tension is also expected to escalate even more in coming weeks as Croatia gears up for the annual anniversary celebration of its victorious 1995 military operation, Oluja, (Storm), on August 5, marking the day when the Croatian military quashed a Serb revolt in south-west Krajina region.

UN court accuses Serbia of non-cooperation (09.06.2016)

The UN war crimes court accused Serbia of violating cooperation agreements and undermining justice efforts by not arresting three Serbian Radical Party members accused of interfering with witnesses.

Talks on new Serbian government to start Monday (24.05.2016)

Discussions on forming a new government will start from Monday, announced Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who said the administration will focus on building new infrastructure.

Serbia elections respected fundamental freedoms, international observers say (25.04.2016)

The 24 April early parliamentary elections in Serbia offered voters a variety of choices and fundamental freedoms were respected, although there was biased media coverage, an undue advantage for incumbents and a blurring of the distinction between state and party activities, the international...

OSCE agrees to run Serbian elections in Kosovo (21.04.2016)

The OSCE and Kosovo have reached a deal that will allow the OSCE to collect the votes of Kosovo Serbs in the Serbian parliamentary elections in April. It is the third election facilitation operation conducted by the OSCE in four years. It undertook the same role in the 2012 and 2014 Serbian...

Serbia nationalist Vojislav Seselj acquitted of Balkan war crimes (31.03.2016)

A United Nations tribunal on Thursday acquitted a Serbian nationalist ideologue, Vojislav Seselj, of war crimes and of crimes against humanity in connection with the Balkan wars of the 1990s. The acquittal by a three-judge panel — coming one week after the same court, the International Criminal...

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