Bosnia

Bosnia shuts down controversial camp, transfers migrants

Migrants at Vucjak camp moved to reception centre near Sarajevo after observer warned of imminent deaths.

Bosnia shuts down controversial camp, transfers migrants

Opinion

Peter Handke and the power of denial

What is behind the decision to award a genocide denier a Nobel Prize?

Emir Suljagic

by Emir Suljagic

Emir Suljagic

Al Jazeera Selects

Education: A Library on Wheels and the Little Prince

A mobile library in the Negev Desert in Israel and a Bosnian school with one student demonstrate the value of education.

Sweden

Kosovo to boycott Nobel ceremony over Handke's literature prize

Up to 1,000 people expected to protest against controversial win of Handke, criticised as an apologist for Milosevic.

Kosovo to boycott Nobel ceremony over Handke's literature prize

Bosnia

Migrants in Bosnia refuse to move from camp near Croatian border

Bosnian authorities agree to dismantle camp but migrants, eager to reach the EU, are protesting against resettlement.

Migrants in Bosnia refuse to move from camp near Croatian border

Human Rights

Two Nigerian students stuck in Bosnian migrant camp

Two students visiting Croatia say they were wrongly suspected of undocumented migration and kicked out of the country.

Croatia 'wrongly deports' Nigerian table tennis players to Bosnia

Europe

Refugees brace for harsh winter on Bosnia-Croatia border

A top European human rights official is demanding immediate closure of makeshift camp, fearing a humanitarian crisis.

NewsFeed

Bosnia legislator shares images of alleged child abuse

Bosnian legislator has publicly shared photos of children tied to beds and radiators in a public care home.

Opinion

The problem with the Bosnian responses to Macron

The way Bosnians responded to Macron's Islamophobic remarks about their country demonstrates their staunch Eurocentrism.

Denijal Jegic

by Denijal Jegic

Denijal Jegic

Bosnia

'Profoundly shocking': Bosnia lawmaker shares child abuse photos

Sabina Cudic said images were taken over past year in Pazaric care home for special-needs children.

Inside Story

Who should be tackling Bosnia's migrant crisis?

Bosnia says it is struggling to cope with influx of people fleeing war and poverty and taking Balkan route to Europe.

Europe

Bosnia migrants: Camps struggle with rising number

According to local authorities, they will restrict access to camps if central government does not do more to relocate migrants.

Opinion

Why Macron's remarks on Bosnia are dangerous

Portrayals of Bosnia as a source of 'Islamic threat' echo anti-Muslim narratives that led to the genocide of the 1990s.

Riada Asimovic Akyol

by Riada Asimovic Akyol

Riada Asimovic Akyol

Emmanuel Macron

French president calls Bosnia a 'ticking time-bomb'

Emmanuel Macron remarks that Europe's biggest concern in the Balkans is the 'problem of returning jihadists' in Bosnia.

French president calls Bosnia a 'ticking time-bomb'

Bosnia

Serbia's defence ministry slammed for promoting revisionism

Book titled, Tuzla Gate: a staged tragedy, condemned as an attempt to deny war crimes by Serb forces in Bosnia.

Serbia's defence ministry slammed for promoting revisionism