Bosnia and Herzegovina

11 June 2018
Balkan Countries Cooperate for Better Migration Control Premium
The numbers of asylum seekers are rising in the region but remain far below the 2015-16 peak.
23 May 2018
Influx of Migrants Add to Tensions Ahead of Bosnian Elections Premium

Relations between the country’s three ethnic minorities flare up as thousands of migrants surge through the Balkans.

18 May 2018
Sarajevo Braces for Erdogan’s Visit
Turkish leader hopes to garner support from Europe-based Turks as he seeks to secure his grip on power.
24 April 2018
I Was Misunderstood, Karadzic Says at Appeals Hearing Premium

Wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic opened an appeal against his genocide conviction yesterday in The Hague.

12 April 2018
Mixed Justice for Bosnian Rape Victims Premium

A Bosnian court decision sets an important precedent for civilian victims of the 1990s wars.

9 April 2018
Bosnian Capital Reopens Cable Car Service Decades After Deadly Incident Premium

New gondolas connect Sarajevo’s Old Town to the skyline of the Trebevic mountain.

5 April 2018
Two Bosnians Convicted of War Crimes Could Lose U.S. Citizenship Premium

One individual, living in Oregon, was the first woman found guilty of war crimes related to the conflict in Bosnia.

29 March 2018
Bosnia Asks for Help With Rising Migrant Numbers Premium

Overall, the number of migrants transiting the Balkans is down sharply, although traffickers are blazing new trails in the region.

21 March 2018
The Third Shooting of the Boy Petar from Konjic

A tragic story from a Bosnian town should remind us of the need to breathe new life into memories from the Balkan wars. From Al Jazeera Balkans.

By Dragan Bursac
5 March 2018
Bosnia’s Veterans and Victims Fight for Compensation Premium

War veterans block roads to demand higher benefits from a state that claims it can’t afford it.



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