Special series

Srebrenica's Bone Hunter

How a genocide survivor in Bosnia and his years-long search for human bones continues to inspire hope.

Europe

Court: Dutch partially liable for Srebrenica deaths

Court in The Hague confirms 2014 ruling that held state partly responsible for the deaths of about 300 Muslims.

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

Europe

Srebrenica: Playing football on the ruins of genocide

Where more than 8,000 men were killed, a new generation is trying to overcome the past on the local football pitch.

Srebrenica: Playing football on the ruins of genocide

Europe

Srebrenica men escape Serb forces during Bosnia war

Elvir Hafizovic was 16 when he fled Srebrenica under the cover of darkness. He would spend the next 78 days in hiding.

78 days from Srebrenica

Srebrenica

New mass grave discovered in Srebrenica

Satellite imagery helps Bosnia prosecution office locate grave near the village of Kozluk as Dayton Accords marked.

Opinion

Remembering Dayton: The accord that ended Bosnian war

Yet, it remains a horrible basis for successful state-building.

Riada Asimovic Akyol

by Riada Asimovic Akyol

Riada Asimovic Akyol

Europe

Bosnia and Herzegovina: A hostage to Dayton?

On the 20th anniversary of the agreement that ended the war, what is the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina now?

Bosnia and Herzegovina: A hostage to Dayton?

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

War & Conflict

Serb prosecutors charge eight over Srebrenica massacre

Eight men charged with taking part in brutal killing of about 1,300 people at a warehouse on outskirts of town in 1995.

Serb prosecutors charge eight over Srebrenica massacre

Reporter's Notebook

Politicising mourning in Srebrenica

As tens of thousands mourn the victims massacred in 1995, reconciliation seems a distant prospect.

Europe

Remembering Srebrenica, two decades on

Thousands of mourners descend on town where more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys were slaughtered during Bosnian war.

War & Conflict

Thousands commemorate victims of Srebrenica genocide

More than 50,000 expected to attend ceremony marking 20th anniversary of Europe's largest war crime since World War II.

Thousands commemorate victims of Srebrenica genocide

Opinion

Twenty years of genocide denial

On the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, healing the war's wounds must be a priority.

Sumeja Tulic

by Sumeja Tulic

Sumeja Tulic