Serbian Leader Accuses Kosovo of ‘Wanting War’ After Train Is Turned Back
Serbia vowed to defend “every inch” of its territory after a train bearing signs reading “Kosovo is Serbian” was stopped at the border between the two nations.
Serbian Nationalist Train Halts at Border With Kosovo
Decorated with Serbian nationalist slogans and images, the train was stopped in a stunt that set off an escalation of tensions between former wartime foes.
Finger Pointed at Russians in Alleged Coup Plot in Montenegro
A detained mercenary is slowly spilling his guts on what he says were efforts to sow mayhem in the Balkans and undermine NATO.
One City. Two Soccer Clubs Split by War.
Depending on whom you ask, either KF Trepca or FK Trepca is the rightful owner of the decades of soccer history that came before war tore apart the former Yugoslavia.
The Art of the Protest
If Americans hate the direction their next president takes, they have the right to demonstrate peacefully. Here’s how protesting has succeeded.
Bosnian Serbs Keep Holiday in Vote Assailed as Illegal
Bosnia’s international peace envoy, Valentin Inzko, said that the referendum was an attack on Bosnia’s constitutional order and was not legally valid.
Feud Over a Holiday Threatens Fragile Peace in Bosnia
A move by Bosnian Serbs to defy the country’s constitutional court in a disagreement over a Serbian holiday could be a pretext for an independence declaration, some observers fear.
U.S. Basketball: The Dreamy Enough Team
After several close calls this tournament, the Americans displayed their dominance in a 30-point win over Serbia in the men’s gold medal game.
U.S. Dominates Serbia in Gold Medal Basketball Game
With the victory, the Americans extended their winning streak in the Olympics to 52 games.
Avenging a Flat Tire, Gwen Jorgensen Wins Triathlon
Jorgensen crushed the competition in Rio, giving the United States its first Olympic triathlon gold medal by cruising across the finish line in 1 hour 56 minutes 16 seconds.
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