Weather

State of emergency declared in Bosnia after heavy flooding

Bridge collapses in Sarajevo after melting snow and rain caused flooding and damage to roads.

State of emergency declared in Bosnia after heavy flooding

Srebrenica

Canada petition seeks ban on Srebrenica genocide denial

Denial of the 1995 genocide in Bosnia has become mainstream among Serbian political and academic circles, analysts say.

Canadians launch petition to ban Srebrenica genocide denial

Bosnia

Police free Bosnian Serb who led protests over son's death

Unanswered questions about the death of David Dragicevic, 21, have sparked anti-government protests across the country.

Police free Bosnian Serb who led protests over son's death

Bosnia

Is Croatia undermining Bosnia’s sovereignty?

Croatia's demands to reform Bosnia's electoral law are viewed as dangerous interference in its neighbour's affairs.

Is Croatia undermining Bosnia’s sovereignty?

War Hotels

Holiday Inn Sarajevo: In the Eye of the Siege

How international journalists found themselves in the centre of a bloody conflict they were determined to cover.

Bosnia

Bosnian commander acquitted of war crimes in Srebrenica

Appeals chamber in Bosnia finds 'defender of Srebrenica' not guilty of the killing of three Serb prisoners of war.

Bosnian commander acquitted of war crimes in Srebrenica

Bosnia

Stranded in Bosnia, refugees desperate to reach Western Europe

Bosnia is struggling to deal with a large influx of Iranian refugees trying to reach Western Europe by way of the Balkans and visa-free entry to Serbia.

Bosnia

As snow falls in Bosnia, cold adds to 'assaulted' refugees' woes

Doctors in Bosnia warn of respiratory infections and hypothermia, while migrants accuse Croatian police of assault.

As snow falls in Bosnia, cold adds to 'assaulted' refugees' woes

Europe

Bosnia: Stranded refugees allege Croatian police brutality

Why Refugees in Bosnia find themselves stuck in limbo and vulnerable to violence.

Opinion

How foreign involvement fuelled ethnic nationalism in Bosnia

Ethno-nationalists like Milorad Dodik are gaining ground in a country which still does not feel fully sovereign.

Maja Spanu

by Maja Spanu

Maja Spanu

Europe

Will Milorad Dodik break up Bosnia?

The Bosnian Serb nationalist, who won a seat in Bosnia's rotating presidency, has promised that the Republika Srpska with secede from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Inside Story

Are ethnic divisions deepening once again in the Balkans?

Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina elect president who campaigned to break away.

Bosnia

Serb nationalist Dodik wins Bosnia presidency seat

Milorad Dodik secured the job of the Serb member in the tripartite inter-ethnic presidency.

Serb nationalist Milorad Dodik wins seat in Bosnia's presidency

Bosnia

Bosnians vote in elections amid increasing ethnic tensions

Almost 3.3 million people head to the polls in Bosnia's parliamentary and presidential elections.

Bosnians vote in elections amid increasing ethnic tensions

Bosnia

Bosnians who lived through war show refugees kindness

In a country with limited resources, Bosnians have been providing humanitarian assistance to migrants and refugees.

'Solidarity, understanding, humanity' welcome refugees in Bosnia