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This is the question that could ultimately destroy EU-US unity

Western Europeans broadly see China as an opportunity, but Washington sees it as a threat. This has major geopolitical consequences. Chinese President Xi Jinping is...

Xi marks 25th anniversary of NATO atrocity

The US bombed the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade on this day in 1999. President Xi Jinping of China arrived in Serbia on Tuesday for a...

Toxic legacy: 25 years on, NATO bombing still haunts Serbia

The US-led bloc used large amounts of depleted uranium ordnance during its aggression, with the impact still not fully explored. Serbia is marking the 25th...

Passenger jet makes emergency landing after collision with runway lights

The Air Serbia plane sustained damage to its fuselage and wing during takeoff in Belgrade. A passenger plane was left with holes in its fuselage...

Serbian tennis star sparks controversy with India comments

Dejana Radanovic visited the South Asian nation recently for mid-level tournaments Serbian tennis star sparks controversy with India comments Dejana Radanovic of Serbia hits a forehand...

Serbia riots: Hypocritical ‘rules-based order’ in action

The US decides which ‘rules’ are in effect: the ones from January 6 or October 5. The main trouble with the “rules-based order” promoted by...

‘Colour revolution’ being attempted in Serbia, says President

Belgrade was warned in advance about a plot to storm government buildings, the Serbian president has said. Pro-Western demonstrators have attempted to break into government...

Watch: Protesters storm Belgrade city hall

The rioters claimed they intended to “liberate” and “defend” the government institutions, as they smashed windows. Hundreds of anti-government protesters attempted to break into the...

Serbia’s Vucic declares ‘absolute’ election victory

The incumbent president’s party is projected to secure a parliamentary majority. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has declared victory in Sunday’s parliamentary election in the Balkan...

NATO sends more troops to Kosovo

British soldiers have arrived as reinforcements for the KFOR peacekeeping mission. Some 200 British soldiers landed in Kosovo on Friday to reinforce the NATO contingent...

Djokovic declares ‘Kosovo is Serbia’

The tennis star has called for a halt to violence after NATO troops clashed with Serb demonstrators in the breakaway province. Novak Djokovic celebrates after...

Watch: NATO troops brawl with Serb protestors

Footage shows the moment violence broke out in the town of Zvecan. Video footage published by RT Balkan has captured the moment a protest by...

Serbia ‘urgently’ moving army to Kosovo frontier – minister

Belgrade’s move was triggered by the latest clashes in the breakaway province of Kosovo. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has placed the national armed forces on...

NATO’s Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons in Serbia in 1999: The War that Won’t End

More than a decade and a half after the US-led NATO’s war of aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SRJ) in violation of...

Calls of ‘treason’ as Serbian parliament debates Kosovo

President Vucic is caught between pro-NATO parties and nationalists accusing him of treason. Several members of the Serbian parliament scuffled and almost came to blows...

Huge gold deposit discovered in Serbia – official

The find boosts the country's position as the leader in the Balkan region in terms of reserves. A large gold deposit has been discovered in...

Kosovo Leader Condemns Shooting by Albanian Who Injured Serb Youths

The leader of Kosovo condemned on Friday the shooting of two Serbian youths by an Albanian that marred the Orthodox Christmas Eve and brought...

Two Serbs shot in Kosovo Christmas Eve attack

An ethnic Albanian is suspected of a drive-by shooting on the Orthodox holiday. Ethnic Serbs blocked a major road in the south of Kosovo on...

Another state ready to revoke recognition of Kosovo – Serbia

The total number of countries that have done so is now at ten, according to Belgrade. The number of nations that have signaled their readiness...

Kosovo ban on Orthodox patriarch ‘disgrace’ for West – Serbian president

Patriarch Porfirije compared the incident to trying to prevent the Pope ”from entering the Vatican”. The decision by Kosovo’s ethnic Albanian government to block the...

Watch: Kosovo ‘seizes’ Serb municipality – Belgrade

The breakaway province’s authorities swore in unelected ethnic Albanians to run North Mitrovica. Ethnic Albanian officials loyal to Pristina have taken over the largest Serb...

Serbia slams German ‘absurdity’

Top officials in Belgrade and Berlin have clashed over Kosovo tensions. German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has dismissed Belgrade’s plan to request the deployment of...

Serbia ‘pushed to the wall’ – president

The nation is facing a “difficult night,” Aleksandar Vucic said amid a standoff in northern Kosovo. Serbia has found itself in an extremely tough situation,...

Serbia to seek troop deployment in Kosovo

As ethnic Albanian forces crack down on the province’s Serb minority, Belgrade expects NATO to ignore its concerns. Serbia will request that its forces be...

Kosovan special police ‘occupy’ majority Serb city – Belgrade

Between 300-350 officers are said to have entered Kosovska Mitrovica. Hundreds of police loyal to the ethnic Albanian authorities in Pristina were deployed on Thursday...

Serbia and Cameroon produce World Cup thriller

The score finished 3-3 in the Group G meeting in Qatar. Serbia and Cameroon played out a pulsating World Cup encounter in Qatar which ended...

Serbia rejects Western proposal on Kosovo

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic revealed that Paris and Berlin had called on Belgrade to recognize the breakaway region as a UN member. Serbia has turned...

Serbs resign en masse from official posts in Kosovo

Ethnic Serb police officers, lawmakers, and other government employees walked out in solidarity with a fired officer. Dozens of ethnic Serb government employees in the...

New Russian pipeline a priority – Serb leader

Bosnian Serb president-elect Dodik wants to expedite the Gazprom project and says that West should respect his ties with Moscow. Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik...

Serbian leader warns of imminent global war

Aleksandar Vucic sees only escalation ahead for the West’s relations with Russia and China. The world is approaching a major conflict unseen since 1945, Serbian...

Seven nations ready to revoke recognition of Kosovo – Belgrade

President Vucic called this an achievement of Serbian diplomacy. Belgrade has convinced seven nations to withdraw their recognition of Kosovo, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic claimed...

Serbia-Kosovo deal reached

The EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell has announced an agreement on the freedom of movement between Belgrade and Pristina. Serbia and Kosovo have reached an...

Trump’s Kosovo envoy slams US over crisis

Richard Grenell blames leftist “fascist” Kosovo PM for tensions, calls out the State Department for backing him. Richard Grenell, who negotiated a Kosovo-Serbia deal under...

Why are Serbia and Kosovo on the brink of war again?

A conflict frozen for two decades could erupt again as a consequence of the new systemic Cold War in Europe. Tensions between Belgrade and Pristina...

NATO Claims ‘Immunity’ to Serbian Lawsuits on Use of Depleted Uranium in 1999 Bombings

The Western alliance spent 78 days bombing Yugoslavia in 1999, contaminating the Balkan nation with at least 15 tonnes of highly toxic depleted uranium...

NATO’s bombing of Serbia: A tragedy in three acts

It is a travesty of international justice that the events of 1999 remain unrecognized by the perpetrators and have gone unpunished. Twenty-three years ago, NATO...

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