Serbia, a landlocked nation in southwestern Europe. It was one of six republics that made up the country of Yugoslavia, which broke up in the early 1990s.
In 2003, all that was left of Yugoslavia were the two republics of Serbia and Montenegro, who formed a loose federation: the name Yugoslavia was history. Three years later, Montenegro split from Serbia. In 2008, Albanian leaders in the southeastern Serbian province of Kosovo declared their independence from Serbia. The move was endorsed by many governments in the West. Here is an automatic compilation of all DW content relating to Serbia.
Humanitarian aid organizations are ringing alarm bells about the dire conditions in which child refugees live along the former Balkan route. Some 1300 unaccompanied minors face violence, extortion and abuse while traveling through Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia. We meet with some children staying in an abandoned warehouse in the Serbian capital.
Demonstrations by mostly young people and students accuse Serbia's election officials of fraud. Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won the presidency last weekend with 55 percent of the vote, giving his populist Serbian Progressive Party control of both the executive and legislative branches.
Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has won a landslide victory in the country's presidential election. What does it all mean for Serbia and how did he win so big? From our Serbian service, Nemanja Rujevic explains.
Projections indicate Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won a decisive win against a crowded field of opponents. Serbia's presidency is largely ceremonial, but critics worry Vucic may use the role to consolidate his power.