Serbian war veterans celebrated their unofficial remembrance day on Thursday, noting that Serbia is the only country in the region where former soldiers do not have a national day.>>>
Several Bosniak victims associations have commemorated one of the most heinous crimes committed during the Bosnian war, when 70 elderly, women and children were set on fire and killed in Visegrad.>>>
The story of a Serb who sacrificed his own life to save a Bosniak during the Bosnian war has been told for the first time outside the borders of the ex-Yugoslavia by an Italian comic book.>>>
In her Freedom Day message, Kosovo President said NATO's military intervention 13 years ago had prevented genocide and paved the way towards Kosovo's independence.>>>
The NATO’s four months long bombing campaign that put an end to the Kosovo conflict finished on June 10, 1999, during which hundreds of people were killed while Serbia’s infrastructure was severely damaged.>>>
A Bosniak victims' association from Visegrad claims that the town is run by war criminals following a protest by Serbs over the use of the word genocide on a memorial to Bosniak war victims.>>>
Serbian and Albanian children in Kosovo learn different versions of history, both of which are biased and incorrect, says research conducted by the Belgrade University Centre for Peace Studies.>>>
Human rights activists from over 50 countries are showing their solidarity with the wartime victims from the town of Prijedor, who were banned from publicly commemorating their suffering by the town’s mayor.>>>
The mayor of the town where the deportation of refugees from Montenegro to Republika Srpska allegedly occurred, says a monument for the victims should be erected once the trial is completed.>>>
A commemoration in Tuzla marked 17 years since a shell, fired from a territory under Bosnian Serb control on the Ozren mountain, killed 71 young people and injured 120.
Sarajevo Canton signed a contract with a Bosnian company to reconstruct the 'Sarajevo Roses', remnants of the shelling which symbolize the four-years-long siege of the city.
Hundreds of Yugonostalgics from all over the former Yugoslavia gathered at Josip Broz Tito’s mausoleumon Friday to celebrate Youth Day and the late Yugoslav leader’s 120th birthday.>>>
Twenty years since the start of the war in Bosnia, the Republika Srpska government in Prijedor is still refusing to accept the “unthinkable war crimes” which occurred there, claim representatives of victims associations.
Although 20 years have passed since the wartime camps in Bosnia were opened, the former prisoners still have no legal rights, say the president of the association of ex detainees.
An exhibition commemorating the children killed during the 1992 -1996 siege of Sarajevo has opened in the Bosnian capital.