Bosnia and Herzegovina

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.

 
20 February 2018
Silver Bear-Winning Bosnian Roma Dies in Poverty Premium

Nazif Mujic returned to collecting scrap iron in Bosnia after Germany rejected his request for asylum.

 
2 February 2018
Bosniak Leader’s Visit With Erdogan Draws Flak Premium

Critics of Turkey’s growing role in the Balkans say Ankara is projecting power into the former Ottoman provinces.

 
3 January 2018
BiH Could Face Sanctions Over Unequal Political Access for Ethnic Minorities Premium

Council of Europe could step in over Bosnia and Herzegovina’s failure to respect a deadline for amending the constitution. 

 
2 January 2018
ICTY Says Praljak Suicide Could Not Have Been Prevented Premium

The UN court says its procedures could not have detected the cyanide that killed the former Bosnian Croat commander.

 
22 December 2017
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