Bosnia and Herzegovina

5 October 2017
Bosnia’s Buried Killers

Unexploded landmines still kill and maim, two decades after end of brutal war.

 
11 September 2017
‘Pyramids’ Entice Tourists to Bosnia Premium

Visoko was the seat of a medieval state, but one man claims it history is far, far older.

 
Neum, Bosnia
8 August 2017
Croatia Stands Firm on Dalmatian Bridge Premium

Bosnia’s hopes of blocking a project it claims will block its access to the open sea are growing dim.

 
19 July 2017
Not Just a Game

When Bosnia was torn apart, football clubs were ethnically cleansed along with the population. From The Conversation.

By Richard Mills
 
27 June 2017
Dutch Responsibility for Srebrenica Upheld by Court Ruling Premium

Confirming a 2014 verdict, the current ruling holds the country’s UN troops partially accountable and asks them to pay for damages. 

 
15 May 2017
Pope Francis No Believer in Medjugorje Miracle Premium

The pontiff adds his voice to growing skepticism about the Virgin Mary’s supposed visitations to the Bosnian town.

 
28 April 2017
CEE Chided for Erratic Progress on Jewish Restitution Premium

Poland, Bosnia have done almost nothing to abide by pledges to speed up restitution, European Shoah Legacy Institute study finds.

 
10 April 2017
Balkans Not Sure About Common Language Premium

A Declaration on the Common Language drafted by Balkan linguists received a better reception among common people than politicians. 

 
5 April 2017
Bosnia Needs Help to End Land Mine Plague Premium

As the UK pledges new funds for demining efforts, former Yugoslav countries slowly clear the deadly legacy of war.

 
15 March 2017
Bulgaria Caught in the War of Words between Turkey and EU Premium

Turkish president used the Srebrenica massacre to rile the Netherlands, while Bulgaria braces for possible refugee influx from Turkey. 

 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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