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Life After Dark: There is more to Belgrade than bass, booze and blondes

Belgrade’s most popular attraction is the Church of Saint Sava, the largest Orthodox church in the world believed to be built over the remains of Sava, the Serbian prince and Orthodox monk.

Explained: Why Serbia-Kosovo tensions persist

Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo flared this week after Kosovo's police entered Serb-dominated areas in the region's north and arrested scores of people.

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Thousands rally in Serbia against populist leader Aleksandar Vucic

Thousands in Serbia are protesting against populist President Aleksandar Vucic on Saturday as riot police deployed inside the country's parliament, saying they wanted to prevent the opposition from storming the building.

Venkaiah Naidu invokes Nehru as he addresses Serbian Parliament on International Democracy Day

"Marshal Tito was a familiar name in many Indian households. I understand that he addressed Indian Parliament during his visit to India in 1954. Thus, the Parliaments of our two countries had the privilege of and benefit of learning from each other," Vice President Naidu said.

Formula: A Brazil vs Serbia final

Fortunately,soccer does not follow stats,but it surely throws up interesting forecasts.

Gay activists march through Belgrade in Serbia behind police lines

"Serbia respects diversity, my message is that the Serbian government is here for all of its citizens ... the people have the right to march," Serbia's first openly lesbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said.

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Confirmation of Serbia's first gay PM is thrown into doubt

Vucic today met with 100 of his party lawmakers who promised to vote for Brnabic in Serbia's 250-seat parliament. She needs at least 26 more votes to be confirmed. Party official Marija Obradovic says if Brnabic does not get the additional support, an early vote will be held.

Pro-EU Progressive Party sweeps Serbian parliamentary elections

The result will mark a continuation of the European integration process that is ongoing in the country

Serb ultranationalist Vojislav Seselj acquitted of war crimes by UN court

"Following this verdict, Vojislav Seselj is now a free man,'' Presiding Judge Jean-Claude Antonetti at the hearing in The Hague, which Seselj did not attend.

Croatia lifts blockade of Serbian border after spat over refugees

Croatian police said Friday the border is now open "to all traffic without restrictions."

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