Kosovo President Is Indicted for War Crimes for Role in War With Serbia
President Hashim Thaci, who was scheduled to visit the White House on Saturday, faces 10 counts of war crimes brought by prosecutors at a special court in the Netherlands.
Novak Djokovic Tests Positive for the Coronavirus
The world No. 1 in men’s tennis is the fourth player found to be infected after he organized an exhibition series in Croatia and Serbia.
After Virus Tests, Djokovic Is Criticized for Holding Exhibition
A match on the Adria Tour, an exhibition circuit organized by Novak Djokovic in the Balkans, was canceled on Sunday after a player tested positive for the coronavirus.
Serbia’s Strongman Wins Big in Election Boycotted by the Opposition
Opposition leaders said Serbia’s parliamentary elections lacked legitimacy. But they could allow for greater momentum in peace talks with Kosovo.
Pushing for Serbia-Kosovo Peace Deal, U.S. Roils Allies
Upending American policy, the Trump Administration is sidelining the E.U., pressuring Kosovo and ignoring Serbia’s erosion of democracy.
Turning the Tables, Russia Sends Virus Aid to U.S.
A planeload of coronavirus aid to New York was a propaganda coup for the Kremlin — tempered by an intensifying epidemic at home.
Conversations With a Mass Murderer
Jessica Stern’s “My War Criminal” recounts the time she spent with Radovan Karadzic, the Serbian leader implicated in atrocities committed in the 1990s.
Serbia-Kosovo Flights to Resume Under U.S.-Brokered Deal
It takes more than five hours to drive between the capitals of the two countries, but only 25 minutes to fly. A deal on flights is seen as a step toward détente between the neighbors.
Why Did I Let a Convicted War Criminal Practice Energy Healing on Me?
My 48 hours alone with Radovan Karadzic.
Davis Cup Sees Its Old Soul in the Tears of a Vanquished Serbian Team
The new version of the event has been derided as unworthy of the venerable name, but one team’s devastation reflected the passion of old.
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