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Protesters attempt to storm parliament in Serbia as lockdown measures are reintroduced
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COVID backlash is worst scenario, says Djokovic's brother
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Two positive virus tests at Djokovic event
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Coric second player to test positive for COVID-19 at Djokovic tournament
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Adria Tour final cancelled after Dimitrov tests positive for COVID-19
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Djokovic thanks people who helped him develop as a youngster after hosting Belgrade exhibition
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Djokovic breaks down in tears after hosting Belgrade exhibition
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Djokovic beaten as Adria Tour's Montenegro leg scrapped
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Djokovic relishing fan influx at charity tournament
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Fans flock in as Partizan sink Red Star to reach Serbian Cup final
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Djokovic announces Balkans-based tour for June and July
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Serbia launches state of emergency to counter coronavirusSerbia has introduced a state of emergency to halt the spread of coronavirus, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday after meeting top government and health officials in Belgrade.
Dozens take part in underpants runDozens of running enthusiasts wearing nothing but underwear and jogging shoes took part in a race along the Danube river in Belgrade on Saturday. (Feb. 22)
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Novak Djokovic leads Serbia to ATP Cup glory over SpainNovak Djokovic inspired Serbia to victory in the inaugural ATP Cup team event in Sydney after defeating his long-term Spanish rival Rafael Nadal in singles on Sunday before playing a pivotal role in..
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Serbia spy video is a provocation, Russian foreign ministry saysA video purportedly showing a Russian intelligence officer handing over money to a Serbian man in Belgrade should be regarded as a provocation, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.
Serbia faces risk of U.S. sanctions over Russian arms dealA U.S. official is expected to arrive in Belgrade on Friday to discuss the purchase of advanced Russian anti-aircraft missile systems which could expose Serbia to U.S. sanctions.
Russia sends S-400 missile defense systems to Serbia for military drillRussia said on Thursday a division of its S-400 missile defense system would take part in a military drill in Serbia, underlining Moscow's wish to keep a traditional ally on side even as Belgrade..
'The EU is running scared from fascism' – Kosovo's likely new PMThe leftwinger set to become Kosovo’s surprise new prime minister has condemned the EU’s decision to halt further Balkans enlargement, saying it showed western leaders had forgotten the lessons of..
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Taxi drivers protest in Serbia's capital over ride-sharing serviceTaxi drivers in the Serbian capital Belgrade blocked the city center on Tuesday to protest the impact of a ride-sharing service on their business and to call on the government to ban it.
Tharoor slams Pak for raising Kashmir at Asian Parliamentary Assembly meetShashi Tharoor on Sunday slammed Pakistan at the Asian Parliamentary Assembly meeting in Belgrade after it cited developments in Jammu and Kashmir for its inability to host the group's plenary, and..
Chinese police officers join Serbian colleagues on the beat in BelgradeBelgrade's main pedestrian street draws large numbers of foreign tourists every summer. This year, for the first time, foreign police officers can also be seen strolling along it.
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Kosovo Bans Serbian Officials In New Diplomatic DisputePRISTINA -- Kosovo has banned all Serbian officials from entering the country, in another escalation of relations between Serbia and its former province. Pristina "will not allow any official from..
Serbia says it using 'alternative' routes to supply Serbs in north KosovoSerbia is using "alternative" mountain tracks to send goods to Serb-dominated northern Kosovo to avoid having to pay a 100% import tax, Serbia's president said on Wednesday, in comments likely to..
Kosovo Serbs close shops to protest import tariffsShops, restaurants and bakeries in Serb-dominated northern Kosovo closed their doors on Monday to protest against a 100% tax the country has imposed on goods imported from Serbia, in a move that could..
Serbian schoolchildren protest over maths test leakDozens of primary school students rallied for a second day on Wednesday in downtown Belgrade, demanding the resignation of the education minister after authorities postponed a mathematics exam that was..