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Greece, Romania, Bulgaria support Serbia's EU bid
The prime ministers of Greece, Bulgaria and Romania have pledged support for Serbia's membership in the European Union, saying it would boost stability in the Balkans
Serbia, Bosnia seek to boost ties after war crimes tensions
Serbian and Bosnian leaders say they want to resolve problems left over from their 1990s conflict after tensions soared recently
Serbia's Eerie Ghost Towns Emerge After Historic Flooding
OBRENOVAC, Serbia — Here, in one of most badly flooded places in Serbia, which has seen the worst flooding in 120 years, the water has slowly begun to recede but authorities warned that the river can still surge and that the crisis was not yet...
Balkan Floods Offer New Threat: Loosened Land Mines
Tens of thousands of people remain out of their homes in the Balkans, where torrential rain of an intensity not seen in over a century caused flooding and landslides that paralyzed much of the region, resulting in at least 30 deaths and loosening land mines left over from the Bosnian War. At least
Strauss-Kahn Makes Comeback - in Serbia
More than two years after resigning in disgrace as the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn is making a comeback — in Serbia. Strauss-Kahn has been hired as an economic adviser to Serbia’s top officials. An announcement of the appointment will...