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Montenegrin police have detained dozens of people after seven officers were injured in clashes with pro-Serb opposition protesters in several towns.


Montenegro’s president on Saturday set the small Balkan nation’s next parliamentary election for Aug. 30. The election will be held amid tension between elected officials and the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro ove...


Montenegro, the first country in Europe to declare itself “coronavirus-free,” has started letting in foreign tourists as of Monday as it seeks to salvage the tourism season following the virus outbreak. But there’s a cat...


Serbian authorities have banned Montenegro’s national carrier from operating flights out of Belgrade after the small nation's government excluded Serbia from a list of countries with which Montenegro will reopen its bord...


Protesters had been demanding that eight Serbian Orthodox priests should be freed after they were jailed for leading a procession despite a ban.


Montenegro’s prime minister on Friday met with the top Serbian Orthodox Church bishop in the country in a bid to defuse tensions over a contentious law on religious rights. The Serbian Church in Montenegro opposes the bi...


Montenegro and Serbia summoned diplomats of each others' countries on Friday after sports fans in Belgrade torched Montenegro's flag in protest at a new law...


Montenegro’s Parliament adopted a contested law on religious rights early Friday after chaotic scenes in the assembly that resulted in the detention of all pro-Serb opposition lawmakers. The vote followed a day of ...

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