The Romania and Kosovo teams were taken off the field for 45 minutes during a European Championship qualifying game in Bucharest when home fans aimed pro-Serbia chants at the visiting players.
Serbia has a chance for its biggest win in 21 years. Canada is seeking its first medal at a major global tournament in 87 years.
No Nikola Jokic, no problem. Even with its best player sitting out this summer, Serbia is going to play for gold at the Basketball World Cup.
Kosovo’s president has accused Serbian investigators of dragging their feet over an inquiry into attacks on NATO peacekeepers.
Luka Doncic argued with the referees all night. And that’s why he wasn’t around in the final minutes, as Canada clinched a trip to the Basketball World Cup semifinals.
Serbia was more than happy to help Lithuania repeat some odd history. Bogdan Bogdanovic led the way with 21 points and Serbia beat Lithuania 87-68 in the World Cup quarterfinals.
For the first time in 25 years, Italy is going to the quarterfinals of the Basketball World Cup. And Latvia is going for the first time ever.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia are headed to the World Cup quarterfinals. So are the U.S., Germany and Lithuania. Out of the mix: Olympic bronze medalist Australia.
Some groups will be tougher than others at the Basketball World Cup. The tournament starts Friday and will be played in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia.
In Kosovo, a statue bearing the names of 23 Albanians who rescued Jews during World War II, has been inaugurated in the capital, Pristina.
Hungary has struck a deal with Serbia that could bring increased shipments of Russian natural gas through the Balkan country if Ukraine ends a gas transit agreement with Moscow.
United States goalkeeper Gaga Slonina has joined Belgian team K.A.S. Eupen on a season-long loan deal from Chelsea.
Senior lawmakers from the United States and Europe are calling for a change in the Western diplomatic approach toward Serbia and Kosovo.
Serbia’s president says his country will ignore U.S. sanctions recently imposed on top Bosnian Serb officials for undermining a 1995 peace agreement that ended a war that left more than 100,000 dead and millions homeless.
Dozens of Russian antiwar supporters in Serbia have held a protest after two prominent activists and critics of Russian President Vladimir Putin had problems with entry and residence permits in the Balkan country.
A Russian antiwar group in Serbia says authorities have refused to extend the residence permit of one of its activists, a critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Serbian police have arrested two people suspected of smuggling Cubans toward Spain. Police say the two Serbian citizens are suspected of being part of an international criminal organization.
Local media in Serbia say 3 people have died during another deadly storm that ripped through the Balkans this week.
Croatian police have detained nine people suspected of smuggling migrants into the European Union country from neighboring Serbia.
A Croatian firefighter has died during a deadly storm that swept the Balkans after a heat wave, raising the death toll to six.
A powerful storm with strong winds and heavy rain has killed at least five people and injured dozens of others in Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia.
Serbian authorities have allowed into the country a Russian antiwar activist who was previously denied entry and had spent more than one day at the Belgrade airport.
Serbia’s government has decided to ban arms export for 30 days just days after the United States imposed sanctions on the Balkan country’s intelligence chief over alleged involvement in criminal activities including illegal arms shipment.
A Russian pro-democracy activist residing in Serbia and a fierce critic of the invasion of Ukraine says Serbian authorities have banned him from entering the country upon return from a trip abroad.
Fernando Almeyda Rodríguez and Remy Hernandez are two friends from Cuba, bound by a joint struggle for democracy in their country. But that comes with a price.
Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic says the real reason why the country’s intelligence chief is facing U.S. sanctions is his position toward Russia and not corruption allegations.
The presidents of Serbia and Montenegro have agreed to try to patch up strained relations between the historic Balkan allies.
Serbia’s president has accused Kosovo of carrying out “silent” ethnic cleansing of Serbs and said his country will seek an urgent session of the United Nations Security Council to demand their protection.
The prime ministers of the Netherlands and Luxembourg have urged Serbia and Kosovo to act to defuse recent tensions that have threatened to push the Balkan region into instability as Europe faces Russia’s aggression in Ukraine.
Thousands of people in Serbia’s capital have rallied outside a pro-government TV station that protesters say promotes a culture of violence.