bosnian-muslims-rebuild-historic-war-ruined-mosque-04-12-2017 13 Apr 17 Bosnian Muslims Rebuild Historic War-Ruined Mosque

The reconstruction of a 16th Century Ottoman-era mosque, the last of 15 that were destroyed during the 1992-95 war in the Bosnian Serbs’ main city of Banja Luka, is finally ready to start.

my-sarajevo-a-city-of-tolerance-and-resistance-04-06-2017 06 Apr 17 My Sarajevo, A City of Tolerance and Resistance

Meliha Zimic witnessed the liberation of Sarajevo from Nazi occupation 72 years ago, and as its anniversary is commemorated, she recalls how the city’s defiant spirit helped it through WWII and the 1990s siege.

srebrenica-s-first-serb-mayor-tries-to-escape-the-past-03-22-2017 22 Mar 17 Srebrenica’s First Serb Mayor Tries to Escape the Past

Mladen Grujicic, Srebrenica’s first Serb mayor, says he wants to look beyond the trauma of war and the bitterly-contested genocide debate to seek a better future for the depopulated, impoverished town.

croatia-hopes-for-exoneration-in-bosnia-war-crimes-appeal-03-17-2017 17 Mar 17 Croatia Hopes for Exoneration in Bosnia War Crimes Appeal

Croatia is hoping that it will be exonerated of any wrongdoing in wartime Bosnia and Herzegovina during appeals in The Hague against the war crimes convictions of six former Bosnian Croat leaders.

genocide-appeal-s-rejection-sends-bosnia-critical-message-03-10-2017 10 Mar 17 Genocide Appeal’s Rejection Sends Bosnia Critical Message

The International Court of Justice’s refusal to consider an application to review its 2007 ruling in Bosnia’s genocide case against Serbia could shake up the political scene and offer the country some vital lessons.

bosnia-mocks-politicians-over-genocide-letter-scandal--03-03-2017 03 Mar 17 Bosnia Mocks Politicians over Genocide Letter ‘Scandal’

There have been cynical reactions to state presidency members’ furious dispute over a letter from the International Court of Justice about Bosnia’s genocide case against Serbia, which was opened before reaching Sarajevo.

state-holiday-celebration-exposes-bosnia-s-deep-divide-02-28-2017 01 Mar 17 Independence Day Events Expose Bosnia’s Deep Divide

Official commemorations of the anniversary of the March 1992 referendum that paved the way for Bosnia’s independence from Yugoslavia have triggered a new legal dispute in the deeply divided state.

photos-capture-flashpoints-in-yugoslavia-s-violent-break-up-02-24-2017 28 Feb 17 Photos Capture Flashpoints in Yugoslavia’s Violent Collapse

An exhibition entitled ‘Lessons from ’91’ documents crucial moments in the break-up of Yugoslavia and aims to ask questions about the use of photographs as propaganda during wartime.

bosnian-serb-leaders-mull-retaliation-for-genocide-appeal-02-26-2017 27 Feb 17 Bosnian Serbs Mull Retaliation for Genocide Case Appeal

Politicians in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska are debating their response to Sarajevo’s genocide case appeal against Serbia, which threatens to turn into one of the biggest crises since the war.

bosnia-s-divided-stolac-braces-for-disputed-poll-rerun-02-14-2017 14 Feb 17 Bosnia’s Divided Stolac Braces for Disputed Poll Rerun

The town of Stolac has been economically depressed and divided by post-war political and ethnic tensions, exacerbated by violence at last October’s local election, which is now set for a rerun.

america-s-hidden-bosnian-war-criminals-face-determined-foe-02-10-2017 13 Feb 17 America’s Hidden Bosnian War Criminals Face Determined Foe

Michael MacQueen, who tracks down Bosnian war crimes suspects in the US, looks back on years of bringing human rights violators to justice in the face of complex court procedures and delays.

sarajevo-peace-charter-challenges-balkan-warmongers-02-02-2017 03 Feb 17 Sarajevo Peace Charter Challenges Balkan Warmongers

An online Balkan peace charter started by two journalists from Bosnia and Croatia has attracted several thousand signatures of support - but there has been no response from regional political leaders.

bosnia-s-war-childhood-museum-finally-opens-01-30-2017 30 Jan 17 Bosnia’s War Childhood Museum Opens in Sarajevo

A moving exhibition of mementoes of children who lived through the war has finally opened after the War Childhood Museum secured enough funding to acquire a permanent home.

capturing-the-image-of-ethnic-cleansing-in-bosnia-01-19-2017 23 Jan 17 Capturing the Image of Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia

Photojournalist Ron Haviv’s shocking image of a Serbian paramilitary kicking a woman’s corpse during the Bosnian war is one of the subjects of a forthcoming documentary about his most significant pictures.

bosnian-serb-statehood-day-celebration-divides-country-01-06-2017 08 Jan 17 Bosnian Serb ‘Statehood Day’ Celebration Divides Country

Defying Bosnia’s state authorities, the EU and US, the Serb-dominated entity of Republika Srpska is staging a lavish celebration of its disputed ‘statehood’ holiday, despite a ban by the Constitutional Court.

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