War & Conflict

Sarajevo under siege

Have a look inside the longest military siege in modern European history. Fighting ended on December 14, 1995 when the Dayton Peace Accord was signed in Paris.

Sarajevo under siege

War & Conflict

Dayton Accords: 20 years of precarious peace in Bosnia

As US-brokered peace agreement is marked, tensions from the bloody 1990s ethnic war remain among the young.

Dayton Accords: 20 years of precarious peace in Bosnia

People & Power

Macedonia: Behind the Facade

People & Power investigates whether rising ethnic tensions in Macedonia could result in civil conflict.

Politics

Kosovo’s Olympic dream taking shape

The IOC recognised Kosovo as an independent state and has allowed athletes to represent it at Rio 2016.

Kosovo’s Olympic dream taking shape

Croatia

UN court rejects Serbia and Croatia genocide claims

UN's highest court says neither country has proven genocide claims, despite crimes committed during 1990s Balkan war.

Croatia

Top UN court delivers Balkan genocide verdicts

International Court of Justice handing down verdicts in a case that could reopen wounds between Serbia and Croatia.

Top UN court delivers Balkan genocide verdicts

Al Jazeera Correspondent

Once Upon a Time in Sarajevo

Can three comedians from Bosnia overcome the bitterness of the past to reunite and reconcile?

Politics

Hero's welcome for Serb accused of war crimes

Supporters greet far-right leader Vojislav Seselj as he lands in Belgrade after being released because of poor health.

Hero's welcome for Serb accused of war crimes

Bosnia

Hero's welcome for Serb accused of war crimes

Supporters greet far-right leader Vojislav Sesel as he lands in Belgrade after being released because of poor health.

Hero's welcome for Serb accused of war crimes

Politics

Putin feted as Serbia marks end of Nazi rule

Russian president says Serbia is "closest ally", as nation celebrates liberation of Belgrade 70 years ago.

Putin feted as Serbia marks end of Nazi rule

Human Rights

Confronting the Srebrenica massacre

Nineteen years later The Netherlands is found responsible for the deaths of 300 Bosnians killed in Srebrenica.

Confronting the Srebrenica massacre

Opinion

Remembering Srebrenica

Attempts to deny the Srebrenica genocide and to whitewash the history of the Yugoslav wars continue.

Riada Asimovic Akyol

by Riada Asimovic Akyol

Riada Asimovic Akyol

Europe

Bosnia marks WWI with concert for unity

Sarajevo marks 100 years since murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the death that sparked the First World War.

Europe

Bosnia marks war centennial with unity theme

The centerpiece of a string of events on Saturday will be a concert by the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra in the capital.

Opinion

100 years after WWI: History lessons from the Balkans

The Balkans are still split on historical narratives about the assassination of Franz Ferdinand.

Lana Pasic

by Lana Pasic

Lana Pasic