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Serbia holds state funeral for Yugoslavia's last king

The funeral was also held for his wife, Queen Alexandria, his mother, Queen Maria, and his brother, Prince Andrew. The royal family's remains were interred in the family tomb at St. George church in Oplenac, central Serbia, in a ceremony aired live on state television.

Ratko Mladic trial suspended indefinitely due to prosecution's errors

Proceedings against the former Bosnian Serb army commander, who is accused of crimes against humanity and genocide during the Bosnian War of the 1990s, could be held up for months.

Macedonia church says miracle occurring with shining frescoes

Hundreds of faithful arrived at the church of Sveti Dimitrije (St. Dimitrija) Monday to see icons that church officials said began to shine bright without explanation.

Former Yugoslavia charms travelers

18 World Heritage sites, including the stunning old city of Dubrovnik.

How young Serbs learn to hate

BELGRADE — Young men holding stones and spreading the stink of cheap liquor periodically take over the streets of this capital city.

Party on in Belgrade

BELGRADE — Serbia is promoting its capital as party central.

Is the EU facing Yugoslavia's fate?

GRAZ — "More and more people in Germany believe they are being exploited by Greeks, while Greeks are becoming convinced they are being exploited by Germans," says Joze Mencinger.

Croatia catches the protest bug

While the groups organizing Croatia's protests don't have a unified message, the crowds agree they want a new government.
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