War & Conflict

Bosnian war legacy: Living with phantom limb syndrome

Adis Smajic lives with the legacy of the Bosnian war after losing an eye and part of his arm in a landmine explosion.

Bosnian war legacy: Living with phantom limb syndrome

Europe

Longer jail term sought for Bosnian Croat official

Prosecutors say Jadranko Prlic should get 40-year sentence for his role in the deaths of Bosnian Muslims during the war.

Longer jail term sought for Bosnian Croat official

Srebrenica

Srebrenica elects first Bosnian Serb mayor since 1999

Results show Grujicic won most votes in city where thousands of Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serb army in the 1990s.

Bosnian Serb Mladen Grujicic elected Srebrenica mayor

Bosnia

Could a Bosnian Serb become mayor of Srebrenica?

Divided Bosnia fears fresh crisis as genocide-denier claims to have won mayoral race in Srebrenica election.

Srebrenica tense as Bosnian Serb poised to become mayor

Inside Story

What's behind Bosnian Serb vote on disputed holiday?

Preliminary results show 99.81 percent of voters in Republika Srpska voted in favour of keeping controversial holiday.

Bosnia

Bosnia's Serbs vote over disputed national holiday

Referendum, which defies ban by country's highest court, risks stoking ethnic tensions in divided Balkan country.

Opinion

Slobodan Milosevic is no hero

Efforts to deny indisputable atrocities are more than fading remnants of discredited regimes.

Serge Brammertz

by Serge Brammertz

Serge Brammertz

Bosnia

Ibrahim Delic: Bosnian accused of aiding ISIL in Syria

The 45-year-old denies the charges and says he went to Syria to deliver lectures, urging people to defend themselves.

Ibrahim Delic: Bosnian accused of aiding ISIL in Syria

Caged

Meeting Mohamed: The children's war report reading club

After reading about the war in Bosnia, the children wanted to travel there. They just needed my help, they explained.

Meeting Mohamed: The children's war report reading club

War & Conflict

Dancing with Arab mujahedeen in the hills of Bosnia

Over strong Arabic coffee, journalist Yehia Ghanem learned of the motivations of foreign fighters in the Bosnian war.

Dancing with Arab mujahedeen in the hills of Bosnia

War & Conflict

The Chetnik priest: 'I'm still in a mood to kill'

Orthodox priest Vojislav Carkic was in the infamous Chetnik division of the Serbian army during the Bosnian war.

The Chetnik priest: 'I'm still in a mood to kill'

Bosnia

The trials of former Bosnia war fighter Abu Hamza

Why is Abu Hamza labelled national security threat despite lack of evidence by Bosnian state authorities and media?

In Bosnia, Syrian Abu Hamza jailed without trial

Opinion

The Radovan Karadzic verdict will change nothing

In Bosnia, we are as far away from reconciliation as we were before the Radovan Karadzic trial.

Nidzara Ahmetasevic

by Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Genocide

Karadzic guilty of genocide

UN judges rule Karadzic is guilty of genocide for the Srebrenica massacre and crimes against humanity in Bosnian war.

Bosnia

UN verdicts for Radovan Karadzic

Former Bosnian Serb leader acquitted on one genocide count as verdicts continue to be read at the court in The Hague.

UN judges rule on former Serb leader Radovan Karadzic