In a night-time cloak and dagger operation, the premises of many entrepreneurs on the banks of the Save River in Belgrade were razed to the ground. The police refused to record their complaints or investigate. No compensation has been paid.
Serbia has introduced a new law on school textbooks after heavy lobbying by German publishers and politicians. The measure is likely to increase profits for publishers, but critics say it opens the door to corruption.
Jean-Claude Juncker is set to visit six western Balkans states hoping to join the EU. With a possible accession date named, the trip is aimed at encouraging progress towards Brussels' mandated reforms.
Two nationalist parties have emerged as winners in Kosovo's parliamentary elections. This does not bode well for relations with neighboring states or the EU, writes DW's Adelheid Feilcke.
Serbia is attracting investors with generous subsidies. Critics say this is ruining competition. The president's priority, though, is to present himself as a creator of jobs.
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