A former Yugoslav general was arrested in Montenegro on July 19 on suspicion of having committed war crimes in the 1990s, an official source in Podgorica said
Russia vetoed a draft UN resolution on July 8 that would have recognized the Srebrenica massacre as genocide, triggering warnings the bitter diplomatic wrangling could spark renewed violence.
Their leaders have paid their respects to the victims, begged forgiveness "on their knees," and deplored a "heinous crime," but Serbia and Serbs still stubbornly refuse to call the Srebrenica massacre a genocide, experts say
Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on July 7 his government unanimously agreed to send him to a July 11 commemoration of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, hours after the United Nations Security Council postponed debate over a resolution to mark the 20th anniversary.
Organized by the European Design Organization in a different European city each year, the ninth edition of European Design Conference and Awards Ceremony was held in Istanbul on May 23 2015.
Maestro Alexander Rahbari, who recently returned to Iran after 40 years in exile to conduct Beethoven's 9th Symphony in Tehran, speaks to daily Hürriyet after the concert.
At least 14 migrants believed to be from Afghanistan and Somalia were killed by an express train as they walked along the tracks in central Macedonia at night, police said April 24
Lawmakers in Serbia gave the green light to a riverside development project in Belgrade, bankrolled by an Abu Dhabi investor but deeply dividing residents of the capital.
An EU commissioner has said the European Union is committed to investing 1 billion euros in Balkan infrastructure in the coming years, in a move aiming to link the EU-aspiring countries.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic paid an official visit to Austria last week to discuss the two countries’ assumption of joint chairmanship of the OSCE in 2017.
The UN's highest court on Feb. 3 rejected rival claims of genocide by former foes Croatia and Serbia in landmark rulings over the bloody Balkans wars of the 1990s.
Galatasaray Liv Hospital players refused to attend a team training session late Jan. 19 in protest at a delay in wage payments.
Galatasaray Liv Hospital beats Red Star 65-74 in Belgrade as home fans remember Marko Ivkovic, a Serbian fan who was killed in Istanbul in November
Galatasaray Liv Hospital will take on Red Star Belgrade in a Turkish Airlines Euroleague Last 16 game tonight amid security concerns following the murder of a Serbian fan in Istanbul in the last meeting between the two sides.
The game comes after the murder of a Serbian fan in Istanbul on Nov. 21, 2014, when the sides last met.
A court invader at a Eurocup basketball game got more than he bargained for when he shoved a visiting Turkish side Banvit Bandırma player, but was then sent sprawling to the deck by a full-blown punch from his teammate
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If five prominent Ottomans had not understood the importance of printing Ottoman Turkish books in 1727, many decades would have passed before the right circumstances happened again
China signed a huge deal to finance a high-speed bullet train between Budapest and Belgrade, a key link in Beijing’s expanding network for getting its goods to European markets.
Serbia and Bosnia carry out a pre-dawn sweep of arrests in the massacre of 19 people snatched off a train at the height of the Balkans conflict
Danilo Vucetic says a speedy probe into the killing of Serbian Red Star fan would be significant for normalizing relations between Serbia and Turkey
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