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Mansoor Adayfi lives under near-constant surveillance in Serbia and his legal status in the country is uncertain.
The team won 2-1 on a goal in the 90th minute by Xherdan Shaqiri.
“Mladic is the epitome of evil," said the UN's human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein.
"When there aren’t thousands of armed policemen to protect them, queer people in Serbia remain mostly invisible, hiding from bashing, hate speech and discrimination."
To explore what it means to be queer in the Balkans, I decided to interview seven activists from six countries in the region.
Aleksandar Vucic speaks of reconciliation, but in practice he has done little to change the image we have of him as serving war criminals.
Here’s how countries around the world are celebrating gay pride.
This film originally appeared on IRINnews.org, a news agency specialised in reporting humanitarian crises. Thousands of migrants
When it comes to how power is exercised in Belgrade these days, it looks much more like Moscow than Berlin.
"I’m going to move the sea here," he vowed, "because we need a beach!”
Throughout Europe, democratic values have been under assault. Generally these attacks have come from forces of the authoritarian
Everton Luiz endured 90 minutes of vicious verbal attacks from the crowd.
Desperate decisions on the road to refuge left a young Afghan mother disabled, bereaved and stranded. Her story illustrates