Hey, Mark Zuckerberg: My Democracy Isn’t Your Laboratory
The world’s most powerful social media company thinks it can experiment on whomever and whatever it wants.
Judge Rejects Bid to Delay Verdict for Ratko Mladic in Bosnian Genocide
The verdict is scheduled for Nov. 22. Lawyers for Mr. Mladic, 75, insist his health is too poor for him to appear in court.
A Night in Belgrade With an Undercover Crowd Monitor: ‘Try to Act Casual’
Next Year’s World Cup will be the first with an anti-discrimination monitor at every match. A Times reporter spent an evening with one at a testy game in the Balkans to see how a tough job gets done.
As China Moves In, Serbia Reaps Benefits, With Strings Attached
China’s leader promised the poor Balkan nation jobs, cash and investments, but its “One Belt, One Road” initiative is on a collision course with E.U. projects.
In Serbian Refugee Center, a ‘Little Picasso’ Dreams of Art and Asylum
Farhad Nouri, 10, originally from Afghanistan, has won acclaim for his artwork, but he spends his days dreaming of asylum for him and his family.
Europe Swelters Under a Heat Wave Called ‘Lucifer’
Temperatures in parts of the Continent have soared to record highs, causing at least two deaths, kindling wildfires and driving tempers through the roof.
What’s the Deal With Novak Djokovic?
He’s a mysterious casualty of no one’s sure exactly what.
Serbia Gets Its First Female, and First Openly Gay, Premier
Ana Brnabic, whose nomination was hailed in the West as a landmark decision, has faced a wave of insults from critics, and dismay from gay activists.
Retrial Begins for 2 Serbs at U.N. War Crimes Tribunal
Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic, former secret police chiefs, are accused of running covert operations during the 1990s war in Bosnia and Croatia.
French Court Refuses to Extradite Former Kosovo Leader
Ramush Haradinaj, who served as a rebel commander during the conflict with Serbia, had been arrested on a Serbian warrant.
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