'We know who did it': Russian anti-war exiles targeted in Serbia
Russians fleeing Putin prepare for life in Serbian exile
Arrests in Belgrade EuroPride gathering after ban
Russian propaganda finds fertile ground in Serbia
While the European Union scrambles to isolate Russia and reduce energy imports from the country, EU candidate Serbia is tightening its bond with Moscow through a new gas supply deal.
'Brothers forever': many in Serbia back Russia amid global outcry
Held up by history: Roman ruins provide building blocks for Serbian village
The strike that started on Wednesday was a rare show of defiance by labourers at a Chinese-backed enterprise in the country.
Despite having a variety of jabs available, the country's vaccination drive stalled after just over 40% of its seven-million population were inoculated.