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It's spring at last in Bosnia and Herzegovina
An anti-privatisation protest in the city of Tuzla has exploded into general social insurrection.
Last updated: 11 Feb 2014 06:42 GMT
Bosnia protesters attack presidency building
Protesters smash windows and set ablaze section of government building in Sarajevo on third day of demonstrations.
Last updated: 08 Feb 2014 13:29 GMT
Bosnia local polls marred by ethnic disputes
New electoral rules mean a Serb could win office in Srebrenica, fuelling tensions at the site of the 1995 massacre.
Last updated: 07 Oct 2012 18:41 GMT
Frozen Danube closed to shipping
Snow and extreme freeze bring Europe's busiest waterway to a halt, as cold snap claims more lives across the continent.
Last updated: 10 Feb 2012 20:46 GMT
Italy plans emergency talks as cold snap hits
Talks aimed at maximising gas supplies come as freezing weather and snowy conditions continue to wreak havoc on region.
Last updated: 07 Feb 2012 16:37 GMT
Bosnia mosque hit in rocket attack
Unknown assailants have fired an anti-tank rocket at a mosque in the ethnically divided southern Bosnian town of Mostar, causing severe damage.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2006 14:08 GMT
Cup match sparks Bosnia clashes
One man has been seriously wounded by gunfire and several police injured after clashes in the divided Bosnian town of Mostar following Tuesday's World Cup match between Brazil and Croatia.
Last updated: 14 Jun 2006 13:32 GMT
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Down and out in upscale Japan
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