We visit Nataša Topalovic from Serbia. She lives together with her husband and three kids in New Belgrade. She uses part of her living room as a craft space, where she paints and creates fondant figures.
Serbia’s opposition politicians are fighting an uphill battle: Press freedom is suffering, President Vucic has full control over police and the courts, and opposition politicians are often subjected to violent attacks.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic told DW's Conflict Zone that the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica was "not genocide." She also said Serbia was not ready to join the EU before 2025.
For months now, Iranian tourists have been able to enter Serbia visa-free. Once there, many hope to make their way through the Balkans to northern Europe. But for thousands of travelers, the dream ends in a refugee camp.
Serbs and Kosovars want to take their borders back to the drawing board. Villages and valleys changing hands could help soothe an ancient feud but potentially break a longstanding taboo.
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