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Protests erupt after Serbian election

Protests erupt after Serbian election Protests against president-elect Aleksandar Vucic have swept across Serbia in recent weeks.

It's right to take on the Football Association over racism

It’s good to see the Football Association (FA) supporting campaigns against racism. And it’s good to hear football bosses speaking out against the horrific racism at England Under-21’s last match against Serbia.

Matija Medenica, Belgrade university - ‘Pull together all who are being made to pay for the crisis’

Matija Medenica, Belgrade university - ‘Pull together all who are being made to pay for the crisis’ For the past two weeks a new wave of student protest has swept through the streets of the Serbian capital, Belgrade. Four marches with thousands of students taking part have opened up a new chapter of opposition to the neoliberal "reforms" in education and beyond.

Voices from student occupations in Austria and Serbia

Voices from student occupations in Austria and Serbia Voices from student occupations in Austria and Serbia

Student struggles sweep Serbia

A wave of student struggle is sweeping over the streets of the Serbian capital, Belgrade. Three marches of some 1,500 students held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday last week have marked a new phase in student organisation.

Standing up to Roma oppression in Serbia

In downtown Belgrade, the Roma community’s settlements are under attack.

Serbia’s nationalist forces in disarray

05 August 2008
The arrest of Radovan Karadzic, the former leader of Bosnian Serb forces during the Yugoslav civil war of the 1990s, marks a serious downturn for Serbian nationalism.

Kosovo’s breakaway will inflame 'cold war' tensions

19 February 2008
The US, Britain, France, Germany and Italy have rushed to recognise last Sunday’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia made by the parliament in Kosovo.

Student protests in Serbia beat attacks

09 December 2006
Following on from their French and the Greek colleagues earlier this year, Serbian students have helped roll back the neoliberal offensive on higher education in Europe.

Dritan Dauti must stay

14 May 2005
In 1999, when Dritan Dauti was 14, Serbian soldiers destroyed his village in Kosovo. He was separated from his family and, after living in a refugee camp in Macedonia, he managed to get to England where he was put in the care of his brother.

The main criminals avoid the dock

10 July 2004
THE IMAGES of Saddam Hussein on trial filled our TV screens and newspapers last week. This week it was the trial of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic that made the headlines.

Did Blair's war free Kosovo?

29 March 2003
TONY BLAIR constantly claims he was right to fight the war in Kosovo alongside the US in 1999. The aim, he said, was to stop Serbian ruler Slobodan Milosevic from carrying out ethnic cleansing against the Albanian majority in Kosovo. But the bombardment of Kosovo and Serbia by the NATO military alliance made things much worse.

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