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Serbs: Nation and South Slavic ethnic group formed in the Balkans
The Serbs are a nation and South Slavic ethnic group native to Southeastern Europe. The majority of Serbs inhabit their nation state of Serbia, as well as the disputed territory of Kosovo and the neighboring countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro. They form significant minorities in North Macedonia and Slovenia.

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White House talks over Kosovo-Serbia in doubt after war crime charges [Video]

White House talks over Kosovo-Serbia in doubt after war crime charges

The Office of the Special Prosecutor in the Hague says Thaci and nine others “are criminally responsible for nearly 100 murders” of political opponents and Kosovar Albanian, Serb and Roma victims...

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:01Published
Kosovo's new government eases trade restrictions with rival Serbia [Video]

Kosovo's new government eases trade restrictions with rival Serbia

Just days after coming to power Kosovo's new prime minister Avdullah Hoti has lifted some of the restrictions on Serb goods entering the country.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:35Published

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