As perpetrators of the genocide seek forgiveness from survivors, those born in its aftermath seek to learn the truth.
New institute in Germany aims to give artists a space to ‘reinvent’ the image of the 12 million Roma people in Europe.
A locality on the outskirts of the Macedonian capital Skopje is a rare outpost of Roma autonomy and security
Roma who were placed in improvised UN camps after the war in Kosovo say they still suffer the legacy of lead poisoning.
Elvir Hafizovic was 16 when he fled Srebrenica under the cover of darkness. He would spend the next 78 days in hiding.
As Srebrenica’s anniversary nears, tensions remain high and morale low, despite signs of hope.
Religious practice involves ceremonial dancing, singing and body piercing – which are not allowed in mainstream Islam.