Witness

Finding Family

An orphan's journey back to Bosnia after 20 years in search of answers and an understanding of his long lost family.

Politics

Young Serbians protest against president's election win

Government officials say rallies are work of political opponents as Crowds march in Serbia's main cities for third day.

Europe

Vucic projected to win Serbia election in a landslide

Exit poll predicts Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will win Serbia's presidential vote in the first round.

Europe

Serbians vote to elect new president

Voters in Serbia headed to the polls to pick a new president in a key election. Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has a strong lead in the polls against a fragmented opposition - and barring a major surprise he is expected to win.

Europe

Serbians head to polls to elect new president

Populist Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic expected to clinch overwhelming victory against a fragmented opposition.

Refugees

Dark and smoky shelters for refugees stranded in Serbia

Fearful of deportations at official camps, refugees in Serbia find cover in make-shift shelters.

Dark and smoky shelters for refugees stranded in Serbia

Europe

Refugees in Serbia fear deportation

Hundreds living in poor conditions refuse to go into official camps amid deportations from European countries.

Serbia

On Europe's doorstep: Refugees stranded in cold

More than 6,400 refugees and migrants are stuck in Serbia due to European Union's closed borders.

Refugees stranded on Serbia-Hungary border amid winter

Human Rights

Stranded and sick, refugees endure harsh Serbian winter

Europe's border closures have left thousands of refugees in the Balkans.

Stranded and sick, refugees endure harsh Serbian winter

Talk to Al Jazeera

Tomislav Nikolic: Serbia won't align with East or West

The president discusses Serbia's non-alignment stance, why it will never recognise Kosovo, and its commitment to Russia.

Humanitarian crises

Afghan refugees stranded in Serbia

As winter approaches and policies continue to harden against them, life for refugees becomes more difficult in Europe.

Afghan refugees stranded in Serbia

The Listening Post

Serbia's censorship debate

Is the Serbian government using underhand censorship methods to control the media narrative, or are critics too harsh?

Srebrenica

Srebrenica elects first Bosnian Serb mayor since 1999

Results show Grujicic won most votes in city where thousands of Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serb army in the 1990s.

Bosnian Serb Mladen Grujicic elected Srebrenica mayor

Bosnia

Bosnia's Serbs vote over disputed national holiday

Referendum, which defies ban by country's highest court, risks stoking ethnic tensions in divided Balkan country.

Human Rights

Hungary indicts camerawoman who kicked refugees

Petra Laszlo charged with disorderly conduct after she was filmed kicking and tripping refugees fleeing police.

Hungary indicts camerawoman who kicked refugees