Europe

Serbian 'radical' Vojislav Seselj convicted of war crimes

UN court sentences Serbian Vojislav Seselj to 10 years in prison for persecution of Croatians during Balkans war.

Serbian 'radical' Vojislav Seselj convicted of war crimes

Serbia

Genocide denial prevails in dream for 'Greater Serbia'

International Criminal Court to decide on the appeal to overturn the 2016 acquittal of Serbian leader Vojislav Seselj.

Denial of genocide prevails in dream for 'Greater Serbia'

Serbia

What's behind the arrest of Serbian official in Kosovo?

Many view the Serbian official's arrest as yet another 'orchestrated' scenario, designed to benefit certain politicians.

What's behind the arrest of Marko Djuric in Kosovo?

Albania

Rain and quick thaw brings flooding to the Balkans

Early spring after a harsh winter brings the inevitable spring flood to Serbia and Albania.

Rain and quick thaw brings flooding to the Balkans

Humanitarian crises

Kosovo: Remembering massacre victims and the missing

For destroyed communities, trauma persists 10 years after Kosovo declared independence.

Kosovo: Remembering massacre victims and the missing

Europe

Serbia denounces ‘terrorist’ killing of Kosovo Serb politician

Serbia's president described the killing of Oliver Ivanovic as an "act of terrorism", and a meeting in Brussels between Kosovo and Serbia was abruptly called off when news of the shooting emerged.

Kosovo

Prominent Kosovo Serb politician Ivanovic shot dead

Belgrade-Pristina dialogue terminated after prominent opposition figure killed outside his office in Mitrovica.

Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic shot dead

Serbia

Cuban refugees stranded in Serbia

Serbia has become 'a huge buffer zone for Europe, where refugee rights are usually ignored', NGO worker says.

Cuban refugees stranded in Serbia

Refugees

Group: Refugees abused by border forces in Balkans

Rigardu, a German monitoring group, has documented at least 857 instances of violence on Serbia's borders with the EU.

Group: Refugees abused by border forces in Balkans

Refugees

The tragic death of a six-year-old refugee in Serbia

Family of Afghan Madina Husein was being deported by Croatia to Serbia in the dark when the child was fatally struck.

The tragic death of a six-year-old refugee in Serbia

Bosnia

Bosnia War general died after taking cyanide in court

Praljak drank the poison just seconds after hearing he had lost his appeal against a 20-year-prison sentence.

Genocide

Timeline: Ratko Mladic's road to judgement

A UN court is due to pass its final verdict against Mladic for heading one of the worst massacres in recent history.

Timeline: Ratko Mladic's road to judgement

Opinion

Erdogan in the Balkans: A neo-Ottoman quest?

What is behind Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Serbia?

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Europe

Serbia withdraws embassy staff from Macedonia

All Serbian diplomats recalled from Skopje amid reports of Macedonia supporting Kosovo's bid to join UNESCO.

Serbia withdraws embassy staff from Macedonia

Opinion

On make-up, Serbian women and a lesbian PM

The misogynistic, neo-colonialist article published in Balkan Insight shocks us, too.

Marija Pantelic

by Marija Pantelic
- Lana Pasic

Marija Pantelic