Critics of Turkey’s growing role in the Balkans say Ankara is projecting power into the former Ottoman provinces.
Council of Europe could step in over Bosnia and Herzegovina’s failure to respect a deadline for amending the constitution.
The UN court says its procedures could not have detected the cyanide that killed the former Bosnian Croat commander.
Dutch authorities investigate a defendant’s televised suicide during an appeal hearing on war crimes in Bosnia.
Hague court found that Bosnian Serbian former commander "significantly contributed" to the genocide in Srebrenica, and was also guilty of war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
Bosnia’s two entities cannot agree on route, placing political considerations above cost efficiency matters.
Protests by senior citizens underline the parlous condition of retirees in Serbia and Bosnia.
Unexploded landmines still kill and maim, two decades after end of brutal war.
Visoko was the seat of a medieval state, but one man claims it history is far, far older.
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