BELGRADE, Serbia — The pro-European party that has led Serbia since 2012 appeared headed for a big victory in a snap election on Sunday, even as right-wing nationalists made gains.
In the election, Serbia’s third in four years, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party had secured 49 percent of the vote with 82 percent of the ballots counted, according to preliminary results released by the Center for Free Elections and Democracy, an independent monitoring or...
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