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Protesters in Belgrade call for end to threats, violence against journalists (16.10.2019)

Dozens of journalists and media-freedom activists assembled outside the Serbian government headquarters on October 16 to demand that intimidation, threats, and violence end toward members of their profession.

EU hopeful Serbia to sign agreement with Russian-led group (26.08.2019)

Officials say Serbia will sign a free trade agreement with a Russian-led economic group, which could hamper the Balkan country's efforts to join the European Union.

Pressure builds in Belgrade, EU calls for dialogue with civil society (18.03.2019)

The EU called for calm and dialogue on Monday (18 March) as pressure builds in Belgrade and other Serbian cities against what critics describe as a slide toward autocratic rule under the leadership of Aleksandar Vu?i?.

Thousands attend antigovernment protest in Belgrade (17.01.2019)

Thousands of people marched in Belgrade on January 16 to mark the anniversary of the still unsolved assassination of Kosovo Serb leader Oliver Ivanovic, accusing the authorities of covering up for the perpetrators.

Serbs protest against Vucic for fifth week, demand end to attacks on journalists, activists (05.01.2019)

Thousands of people marched … through Belgrade to protest against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and demand an end to attacks against journalists and opposition figures. … The antigovernment protest on January 5 was the fifth in as many weeks.

Serbia to consider military intervention 'option' if Kosovo forms standing army (05.12.2018)

The creation of a standing army in Kosovo could provoke military intervention by Belgrade, Serbia's prime minister said. Kosovo's parliament is due to vote next week on transforming its defense force into a regular army.

Serbia hints at referendum on Kosovo deal (18.05.2018)

Serbian officials have continued to hint that citizens will be given an opportunity to declare their views on any proposed settlement of the Kosovo issue. Many believe a referendum is the most likely solution, as Serbia's constitution mentions Kosovo as part of the national territory.

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