Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia can reach €2B in trade annually, says Aleksandar Vucic
Turkey's food, agriculture and livestock minister asks businessmen to invest in Serbia
Macedonia's foreign ministry said it was informed by the embassy late Sunday that employees were being called back to Belgrade for consultations.
Nationwide police operation busts suspected gun dealers, recovers illegal firearms, ammunition, explosives
The five men were charged with dereliction of duty and abuse of power, a spokesman for the prosecutors told AFP.
Serbia, Turkey aim to increase mutual trade volume up to $1 billion, says Ambassador Danilo Vucetic
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini meets Serbian, Kosovar presidents in Brussels
Brnabic received 157 votes in favor and 55 against, promising to bring the country a new image and cooperation with Albanians
European Commissioner Johannes Hahn says he wants to improve Belgrade's EU accession process
The mine, known as Stari Trg to Serbs, "was never Serbian and never will be," Kurti insists.
Relations are tense between Pristina and Belgrade, which refuses to recognise the independence of Kosovo -- its former province populated mostly by ethnic Albanians.
Hundreds of people had been living in abandoned buildings near city's railway station
Pro-EU candidate Sasa Jankovic, who garnered 16 percent in the April 2 polls compared to 55 percent for Vucic, called for a partial recount of ballots.
"Vucic thief, you stole the elections!" a crowd of several thousand in Belgrade chanted, marching through the centre of the capital.
According to the IPSOS research institute Vucic won about 55 percent of the vote, above the 50 percent threshold required to win in the first round.
Nearly seven million voters will elect new president from among a total of 11 candidates
But Serbia rebuked the move, and its minister in charge of cooperation with the UN tribunal, Rasim Ljajic, said the country would not arrest the three suspects.
Polls suggest current Premier Aleksandar Vucic could win first-round vote, leading to change in post's symbolic nature
6 people were also arrested
We do not need EU', 'Serbia does not trust Brussels', nationalists say
Vucic, who heads the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and became premier in 2014, is the frontrunner in opinion polls to succeed fellow SNS member Tomislav Nikolic, who has served as president of the Balkan nation since 2012.