Authorities have stopped a gay pride parade scheduled for Sunday in Belgrade, according to Serbian police.
Davis Cup holders Serbia exited this year's competition as their world number one Novak Djokovic was forced to retire from his crucial rubber against Juan Martin Del Potro with a back injury.
Davis Cup holders Serbia kept alive their hopes of retaining the title by winning Saturday's pivotal doubles rubber in their semifinal against Argentina in Belgrade.
Goran Hadzic, the last Yugoslav war crimes suspect still at large, was captured in Serbia Wednesday, a war crimes tribunal announced.
Holders Serbia are through to the semifinals of the Davis Cup after a comfortable 4-1 victory over hosts Sweden in Halmstad on Sunday.
Serbian President Boris Tadic tells CNN: "I am sure people have been protecting Mladic."
Novak Djokovic duly secured his 26th straight win since the start of the season with a 6-3 6-2 victory win over Slovenia's Blaz Kavcic Friday in the Serbia Open.
With the qualifying series for both next year's European Championships and the African Cup of Nations roughly half-complete, a number of big names are in danger of missing out.
Davis Cup champions Serbia have progressed to the quarterfinals of the men's team tournament after a comfortable 4-1 win over India in Novi Sad.
Ilija Bozoljac and Nenad Zimonjic won a thrilling four-set doubles match to edge holders Serbia 2-1 ahead in their Davis Cup World Group first round tie against India in Belgrade Saturday.
Davis Cup holders Serbia are tied at 1-1 with India after the opening singles rubbers, as they began the defence of their title in less than convincing fashion.
Davis Cup champions Serbia will be without world No. 3 Novak Djokovic as they begin the defense of their title in the men's team competition against India this weekend.
Novak Djokovic swept aside Lleyton Hewitt in straight sets as Serbia beat hosts Australia 3-0 in their Hopman Cup clash in Perth on Tuesday.
We were prepared to offer our annual Baggie Awards. But several of you suggested we wait a week in order to give Serbia's Davis Cup a little love. We do as we're told. A quick 'Bag and we'll hand out awards next week.
1. Loving Cup: For as much space, pixels and air time is devoted to "fixing" the Davis Cup, last weekend we got a taste of all that's right about the event. Before 16,000 raucous fans in Belgrade, Serbia won the country's first championship, beating France, 3-2. Viktor Troicki played hero, taking down Michael Llodra in the winner-take-all match on Sunday evening. But the MVP was Novak Djokovic, who played near-flawless tennis under near-unfathomable pressure. If you happened to catch the Serbian celebration (including Janko Tipsarevic's alcohol-fueled tweets late into the night), read of the significance -- "the greatest moment in the country's history" according to more than a few accounts -- or see the French agony, you don't doubt the relevance of the competition.
Viktor Troicki brushed aside Michael Llodra in straight sets in the deciding singles rubber as Serbia won the Davis Cup final for the first time with a 3-2 win over nine-time champions France on Sunday.
Serbian tennis has come a long way since some of its top players had to train in empty swimming pools to escape the conflict and bombings on the streets of the country's capital Belgrade.
World No. 3 Novak Djokovic hopes home advantage will give Serbia the edge in the Davis Cup final against France, starting on Friday.
Two people were killed and around 100 were injured when a magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck central Serbia overnight, the Ministry of Internal Affairs said Wednesday.
UEFA have awarded a 3-0 victory to Italy after their Euro 2012 qualifying match with Serbia was abandoned due to violence.
Serbia has moved a step closer to membership in the European Union.
Petrol bombs and stones were thrown at police protecting a gay pride march Sunday in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, an interior ministry representative told CNN.
Serbia is "ready to talk" with Kosovo and "we will do so in good faith," Serbia's president told the U.N. General Assembly on Saturday.
Serbia will face France in the final of the Davis Cup after a tense 3-2 semifinal victory over the Czech Republic in front of a passionate home support in Belgrade.
Beaten U.S. Open finalist Novak Djokovic believes he can put aside the disappointment of losing to Rafael Nadal in the Flushing Meadows final, to guide Serbia to their first-ever Davis Cup final this weekend.
The U.N. General Assembly has adopted a landmark resolution calling for talks between Serbia and Kosovo, which declared its independence in February 2008.
Serbia are through to the semifinals of the world basketball championships in Istanbul after a narrow 92-89 victory over holders and European champions Spain on Wednesday.
Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia in February 2008 was legal, the International Court of Justice ruled in a 10-4 vote Thursday.
The International Court of Justice at the Hague rules Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia was legal.
Serbia have reached the Davis Cup semifinals for the first time in their history after beating neighbors and arch-rivals Croatia 4-1 in the quarterfinal tie in Split.
A first half goal from Milan Jovanovic gave Serbia a shock 1-0 win over 10-man Germany at the World Cup on Friday to throw Group D wide open.
A late penalty by Asamoah Gyan handed Ghana a deserved 1-0 victory against Serbia in the opening Group D match played in Pretoria on Sunday.
Investigators are preparing to exhume a possible mass grave site in Serbia where witnesses say the bodies of 250 ethnic Albanians are buried, prosecutors said.
A possible mass grave site near Kosovo may contain the bodies of 250 ethnic Albanians. (No audio)
Lawyers for former Bosnian Vice President Ejup Ganic plan to dispute the Serbian extradition request that got him arrested last month in London, a member of his legal team said Tuesday.
Bob Bryan and John Isner kept the United States in their Davis Cup tie with Serbia after they claimed victory over Janko Tipsarevic and Nenad Zimonjic in Belgrade on Saturday.
The former vice president of Bosnia was freed on bail Thursday, three days after being arrested in London on an extradition request from Serbia, spokespeople for the court and prosecutors said.
From a childhood in Serbia to being the best in the world, Jelena Jankovic discusses what it took to get where she is today.
A basketball player from Serbia beat a fellow college student to a bloody pulp and fled to his home country, setting off a diplomatic crisis
The man who ravaged Bosnia in the name of Greater Serbia is finally caught, not by NATO but by the country he once served
The arrest of Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic, offers a clear indication of Serbia's shift towards the West in recent months after years as an international pariah even with Belgrade still at odds with the international community over the status of the breakaway province of Kosovo.
Serbia's pro-Western President Boris Tadic declared victory Sunday in parliamentary elections, despite a challenge to his bloc from nationalist groups.
Russia recorded a 2-1 win in their Euro 2008 warm-up match with Serbia played in the German town of Burghausen on Wednesday.
Serbians have hailed the surprise success of President Boris Tadic's pro-Western party in parliamentary elections as a key step forward along the country's path towards membership of the European Union.
Ljuban Panic, a 23-year-old business studies student from Novi Sad, Serbia's second city, has walked 80 kilometers through the Fruska Gora mountains to attend the Democratic Party's final rally in Belgrade ahead of Sunday's crucial parliamentary elections.
President Filip Vujanovic won re-election by a landslide, election monitors said Monday, cementing Montenegro's westward economic and political course since breaking away from Serbia two years ago.
Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence, supported by much of the West, has launched Serbia on a grim and familiar trajectory of violent nationalism
Boris Tadic celebrated his re-election as Serbia's president by pledging Monday to stay on a pro-Western course despite nationalist anger over a looming declaration of independence by Kosovo province.
Incumbent Boris Tadic narrowly won a second term as Serbia's president after a runoff Sunday with ultranationalist rival Tomislav Nikolic, according to preliminary figures from election monitors.
Conditions for disabled citizens in Serbian orphanages and hospitals are deplorable, a new study finds
Growing up amid war, a new generation of Serbian stars has taken to the tennis courts and surprised the world
A Serbian village is hoping to channel some of Rocky Balboa's fighting spirit with a 10-foot-tall statue of the fictional boxer portrayed by actor Sylvester Stallone.
UEFA has begun an investigation into a series of unsavory incidents which marred England's 2-0 win over Serbia in the European under-21 Championship in Nijmegen on Sunday night.
War crimes prosecutor Carla Del Ponte is confident that Ratko Mladic will soon be handed over for trial. That's because Serbia's government wants to get on with joining the E.U.
Serbia coach Javier Clemente has included a majority of young players including three debutants in his 22-man squad for Euro 2008 qualifiers against Kazakhstan on March 24 and Portugal on March 28.
Sevilla defender Ivica Dragutinovic has been recalled by Serbia for the Euro 2008 Group A qualifiers against Belgium on October 7 and Armenia four days later.
Serbia striker Nikola Zigic has joined Racing Santander on a four-year deal from Red Star Belgrade, the Primera Liga club said on Wednesday.
Former Spain coach Javier Clemente will take charge of the Serbian national side for the next two years, he announced on Tuesday
Ivory Coast fought back from two goals down to beat Serbia & Montenegro 3-2 and secure their first World Cup win in a fiercely fought battle on Wednesday.
Dutchmen Phillip Cocu and Wesley Sneijder were ready to start the World Cup opener against Serbia & Montenegro on Sunday after coming through a final training session on Saturday.
Serbia's football authorities are ready to part company with their Montenegrin counterparts after the World Cup finals.
Voters in Montenegro have decided narrowly to sever the country's union with Serbia, a move that breaks up the last two pieces of the former Yugoslavia, according to official preliminary results from the election commission.
Voters in Montenegro decided narrowly to sever the country's union with Serbia, a move that would break up the last two pieces of the former Yugoslavia, unofficial poll returns from Sunday's referendum indicated.
Thousands of people have fled their homes or were facing evacuation in Bulgaria, Serbia and Romania as emergency workers struggled to hold back record floodwaters along the Danube river.
Thousands of emergency workers in Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia are trying to bolster dikes along the swollen Danube River, which has surged to its highest level in more than a century.
The European Union has told Serbia it has until the end of March to hand over Ratko Mladic, the leader of the Bosnian Serb army sought on war crimes charges.
Defending champions Serbia and Montenegro were eliminated from the men's Olympic volleyball tournament after a thrilling encounter with Russia.
War crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic is believed to be holed up in the border regions of Serbia and Bosnia, Serbia's pro-Western president is reported to have said.
Western leaders have praised Serbia for electing a pro-Western reformer as president instead of a hardline nationalist candidate.
Historians still disagree about the reasons that led to the First World War, even if they roughly concur on the war's causes.
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