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

Bosnia

Bosnians vote for leaders in divisive, 'chaotic' election

Bosnians head to the polls Sunday to elect the leaders who will steer the nation shackled by ethnic divisions that drove its brutal war more than two decades ago.

Bosnia

Refugees stranded in Bosnia allege Croatian police brutality

Croatian officers accused of physical and verbal abuse, along with harassment including theft, but deny all allegations.

Refugees stranded in Bosnia allege Croatian police brutality

Europe

The incredible story of a Bosnian concentration camp survivor

Ramiz Tiro lost 33kg in camps run by Croat forces, where he was tortured and forced to serve on the front lines.

The incredible story of a Bosnian concentration camp survivor

Opinion

Bosnia and Herzegovina is Andalusia in the making

The land swap between Kosovo and Serbia will inevitably lead to another disaster in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Emir Suljagic

by Emir Suljagic

Emir Suljagic

Bosnia

Journalists demand justice after Bosnian reporter badly beaten

Media workers in Bosnia are routinely subjected to verbal attacks, threats and libel lawsuits.

Journalists demand justice after Bosnian reporter badly beaten

Kosovo

Are ethnic borders being drawn for 'Greater Serbia'?

As US, EU policy shifts in region, a renewed push for Kosovo's partition and secession of Bosnia’s Serb entity follows.

Are ethnic borders being drawn for a 'Greater Serbia'?

Kosovo

'Don't confuse sports with politics,' Kosovo tells Bosnia

Kosovo accuses Bosnia of delaying visas for its basketball team, scheduled to compete in Euro championship in Sarajevo.

'Don't confuse sports with politics,' Kosovo tells Bosnia

Reporter's Notebook

Living the life of Srebrenica

In memory of Hatidza Mehmedovic, who passed away at a hospital in Sarajevo on Monday.

Hatidza Mehmedovic, head of Mothers of Srebrenica, dies at 65

Bosnia

Srebrenica genocide exhibit 'unwelcome' in Brussels

Exhibit that was scheduled be held in European Parliament cancelled after certain members disapproved of its content.

11 Lessons about Srebrenica genocide 'unwelcome' in Brussels

Srebrenica

Remembering the Srebrenica genocide

A 360-degree virtual tour of the final resting place of 8,372 Muslims massacred during the Bosnian war.

Remembering the Srebrenica genocide

Bosnia

Bosnian police block migrants from reaching EU member Croatia

Northwestern border crossing with Croatia briefly closed to prevent about 100 people from entering the European Union.

Bosnian police block migrants from reaching EU member Croatia

Reporter's Notebook

The village where Serbs and Albanians coexist in Kosovo

Barnaby Phillips returns to Kosovo 10 years after independence, to see what's changed in a village where ethnic Serbs and Albanians live side by side.

Return to Berkovo, the village where Serbs and Albanians coexist in Kosovo

Opinion

On hate, refugees, and Bosnian elections

Unfortunate refugees have been sucked into Bosnia's petty political squabbles.

Lana Pasic

by Lana Pasic

Lana Pasic

Turkey

What's the fuss about Erdogan's Sarajevo visit?

President turns to Bosnia to rally expatriates after several EU countries ban Turkish campaigning on their soil.

Turkish elections: Erdogan holds rally in Bosnia's Sarajevo