New 'liquid trees' divide the internet
Large tanks of algae have been set up to harvest carbon dioxide from city air, converting it to oxygen faster than trees can.
Presidential Elections in Montenegro Amid Hybrid Russian Threats
We will manage to preserve Montenegro. The world is yet to see what Montenegro can do as an independent state, anchored in Europe by its geography, history, and future civilization.
Putin will be haunted by arrest warrant for rest of his life: Ex-ambassador
"He is going to be indicted by them for the rest of his life. He's gonna have to think about where he travels for the rest of his life," Micahel McFaul said.
NATO sending tanks to Ukraine "rallied" Russian nation: Serbian president
"The West's biggest mistake is that they have announced supplies of tanks, especially terrific German-made tanks," Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said.
Russia ally eyes business deal with Jared Kushner
Serbia has long been an ally of Russia, but recent remarks from the Serbian president have strained his relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Putin's "Night Wolves" biker gang spotted in Europe
Members of the motorcycle gang, also known as Putin's Angels, staged pro-Putin protests weeks after the Ukraine war began.
As Ukraine war rages, Serbia and Kosovo envoys see old feud risk new crisis
Serbia Ambassador Marko Djuric told Newsweek Kosovo is "endangering peace," while Kosovo Ambassador Ilir Dugolli said Serbia pursues "efforts to cause unrest."
Serbia sends troops to Kosovo border as NATO could face another conflict
Footage shared by local media shows Serbian army vehicles reportedly traveling toward the border with Kosovo.
Woman Pulls Out Mysterious Metal Box Mid-Flight, Sparking Bomb Fears
"My immediate thought was this does look a bit dodgy but then I just assumed it was some kind of strange medical device," journalist Will Brown told Newsweek.
What Does Putin's Aggression Mean for Stability in the Western Balkans
The dissolution of the former Yugoslavia led to some of Europe's worst conflicts since the end of World War II.
Hunter Biden Lawyers Tried to 'Infiltrate' Set of New Film, Director Says
A team arrived saying they were "doing a documentary," the director of 'My Son Hunter' said.
Drought in Europe Causes Sunken WWII Warships to Emerge Out of Danube River
More than 20 ships, some laden with explosives, have been exposed to the surface.
Is Kosovo in NATO? KFOR Status Explained As Serbia Tensions Rise
NATO is "prepared to intervene" if tensions flare up between Kosovo and Serbia.
Serbia's 'Trump' Is Building an Authoritarian State
Activist groups, like the one I work for called Kreni-Promeni, are seeking to expose Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić.
Russia in 'World War' With Western Nations, Putin Ally Says
Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine is "a global conflict," said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
'Dream Come True' for Putin as Secessionist Threat Rattles Bosnia: Stradner
Ivana Stradner said Saturday that "Russia is undermining Bosnia's stability by working with Serbia to exacerbate ethnic divisions" in the Balkans.
Russia Slams Move That Forced Sergei Lavrov to Cancel Serbia Trip
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova called countries near Serbia closing airspace to Lavrov's plane "another closed channel of communication."
Kosovo Backs EU Fast-Track for Ukraine Despite Dutch Balkans Warning
Donika Gervalla-Schwarz called on Brussels to open a new fast-track process for Ukraine and all Balkan applicants.
Kosovo Says NATO, EU Risk Repeating Ukraine Mistakes in Balkans
Kosovo is urging NATO and the EU to admit Balkan applicants to avoid a second European front with Russia.
Archaeologists Find 5,000-Year-Old Bones Dyed Red in Huge Burial Mounds
The way that the men were buried suggested they were newcomers to the area in today's Serbia where they were found.
Johnny Depp 'On the Verge of a New Life' As He Receives Serbian Gold Medal
The Hollywood star said he liked a re-beginning and that he would love for that beginning to start in Serbia.
Australia 'Humiliated Themselves' in Novak Djokovic Saga—Serbia's President
Aleksandar Vucic hit out as the tennis star jetted out of Australia following a decision by the country's Federal Court.
Novak Djokovic's Treatment Leaves Serbians Incensed—'Outright Scandalous'
Former Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić told Newsweek the tennis champion was made "a scapegoat."
Serbian Church Leader Tests Positive for COVID After Mostly Maskless Mass
Porfirije, who has mild symptoms and is isolating, took over in November of 2020 after Patriarch Irinej died of COVID-19 at age 90.
As Russia's Balkan Allies Toy With War, Kosovo Banks on U.S. Protection
Kosovo is accusing Serbia and Russia of destabilizing the Western Balkans by exploiting simmering ethnic conflicts.
Russians Getting WHO-Approved COVID Shots in Other Nations to Enable Travel
Croatia and neighboring Serbia have both become popular destinations for Russians looking to get inoculated with WHO-approved shots.
Novak Djokovic's Olympics Misery Continues as Gold Eludes Him Once More
The Serbian player, who won the first three Grand Slams of the year, was defeated by Germany's Alexander Zverev in three sets.
Only the U.S. Can Guarantee the Survival of the European Union
The pandemic has shown how vulnerable international institutions are. Europe will never be whole, strong and secure until the entire Balkans are included in major European trends.
California White Supremacist Robert Rundo Hunted by Police in Europe
On 29 March, Youtube removed the neo-Nazi activist's channel, which offered tips on how to avoid Homeland Security.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Is Fertile Ground for the Far Right
Regional and international far-right groups see the region and Bosnia and Herzegovina as a possible breeding ground for white supremacist ideologies.