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Monday 4 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Belgrade

This year
US monitoring large Serbian military deployment along Kosovo border
White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby has urged Serbia to withdraw their forces from the border.
Girl wounded in Serbia school shooting dies, bringing death toll to 10
The girl had been in a critical condition with head injuries following the attack on 3 May.
Memorial held as nine people killed after teenage boy opens fire in Serbian school
The boy was arrested in the schoolyard, police said.
Last year
Serbs start removing barricades in easing of tensions in Kosovo
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced removal of the barricades following calls by the EU and the US to de-escalate tensions.
Tension soars as Kosovo shuts main border crossing with Serbia
The EU and the US have called on both countries to “refrain from provocations, threats, or intimidation”.
Serbian police clash with protesters attacking Pride march
Protesters hurled stun grenades, stones and flares at a police cordon.
Novak Djokovic lands in Serbia after deportation from Australia
His arrival came as France’s sports ministry said a new law requiring vaccination to enter sports venues would have no exceptions.
Kosovo seizes hundreds of cryptocurrency mining devices
Police “confiscated 272 different anti-miner devices used for the production of Bitcoin”, a statement said.
All time
British citizen among 71 people arrested in Serbia after protesting government response to Covid-19
There have been protests for four consecutive nights in several Serbian cities.
Belgrade human rights centre asks for investigation into Serbia's Covid-19 figures
The Serbian president is accused of contributing to the spike in deaths and new cases after he lifted lockdown ahead of an election.
Klopp on Liverpool's defeat in Belgrade: 'What went wrong? I only have 10 fingers...'
The Reds were given a wake-up call in Serbia as their hosts condemned the high-flying Premier League side to defeat in Europe.
Red Star stun Liverpool as double from Pavkov condemns Reds to frustrating defeat in Belgrade
A double from striker Milan Pavkov saw Jurgen Klopp’s side suffer a frustrating 2-0 defeat on Tuesday.
Serbia's capital has only now taken down its €83,000 Christmas tree
There was public anger last year when the cost of the tree emerged.
Serbs perturbed by dwindling numbers of babies being born in Balkan nation
In 2016, 100,834 people died while just 64,734 were born.
Gold and silver for Ireland but O'Donovan brothers fall short in World Cup final
Skibbereen clubmates Mark O’Donovan, Shane O’Driscoll and Denise Walsh stole the limelight from Gary and Paul O’Donovan in Belgrade.
Watch: Official tries to stop Scottish runner's lap of honour but she has absolutely none of it
Laura Muir wasn’t prepared to curtail her celebrations in Belgrade.
No joy for Ireland at European Indoors as last two standing bow out
Ciara Neville and Phil Healy reached the semi-final stages of the women’s 60m.
Mageean scrapes into 1500m final at European Indoors while Gregan bows out
It’s been a disappointing day for a number of Irish athletes.
'Ireland will be our most difficult opponents' - Ivanovic sees Long and Walters as major threats
The Serbia and Chelsea defender knows what to expect when they meet the Boys in Green in tomorrow night’s World Cup qualifier.
One of the most intense football derbies took place yesterday and the photos are incredible
Red Star Belgrade got the better of Partizan to continue their incredible season.
Ultras, nihilism and Kosovo: Jonathan Wilson on the midweek violence in Belgrade
The acclaimed football journalist and author provides an insight into Tuesday’s abandoned Euro 2016 qualifier between Serbia and Albania.
Branislav Ivanovic 'can't comprehend' the violent scenes during last night's Serbia v Albania qualifier
Chelsea defender says Albanian players didn’t want to continue due to being ‘unfit physically and mentally’.
You've heard of 'suspended coffees' - now it's 'solidarity meals'
Would it catch on here?
13 people, including baby, shot dead in Serbian village: report
A man aged in his 60s has shot six men, six women and a baby in a village near the Serbian capital.
Serbia rejects EU proposal to ease tensions with breakaway Kosovo
A deal with Kosovo to ease tensions with Kosovo are a pre-condition for Serbia to join the European Union later this year.
Former Prime Minister of Kosovo acquitted of war crimes
The former prime minister Ramush Haradinaj had been accused of murder and torture during the Kosovo war – but has been found not guilty.
Analysis: Is this the start of change we can believe in?
Giovanni Trapattoni wavered from his 4-4-2 dogma in Belgrade last night? Will he go further in a bid to raise Irish supporters’ hopes in the coming months?
In pictures: Ireland's new-look squad train in Belgrade
Giovanni Trapattoni put his charges through their paces at the Red Star Stadium ahead of the friendly against Serbia tomorrow night.
Budapest’s Pride parade passes without incident
A strong police presence accompanied the parade, with side streets along the parade route closed to traffic to prevent any clashes.
Video, photos: Sudden thaw turns Danube to chunks of ice
The ice has damaged hundreds of boats and several river restaurants in Belgrade.
Gay pride parade banned in Belgrade, 6 extremists detained
Violence at last year’s gay pride event in Belgrade led authorities to block this year’s parade. There were arrests at a gathering of a far-right group.
Serbia captures last war crimes suspect Goran Hadzic
Hadzic has been on the run for eight years and is sought for atrocities stemming from the Balkan’s War in the 90s.
In pictures: Serbia welcomes home its Wimbledon Champ
An estimated 100,000 people gathered in Belgrade last night for Novak Djokovic’s homecoming party.
Winehouse cancels part of European tour after Belgrade debacle
A spokesman said she cannot perform to the best of her ability at present. We wonder why?
Watch: Amy Winehouse's shambolic performance in Serbia
The troubled singer was booed off stage in Serbia last night.