The anniversary of a key military operation in Croatia's war for independence was marked with warm words in Zagreb and a mournful church service in Belgrade.
Families of the victims, colleagues and friends of the 16 RTS workers killed during the bombing have marked the 13th anniversary of the NATO bombing of the Serbian public broadcaster.
Families, villagers and politicians attended the 19th anniversary of the attack on Trusina, a village near Konjic, when members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina killed 22 Bosnian Croats.
Opposition councillor says he will put government’s controversial bid to rename many streets in the Macedonian capital before the Constitutional Court.>>>
Last week Bosnia marked the 20th anniversary of the start of the war. A chair for each of the 11,541 people killed in the capital Sarajevo was placed in the city's main street. Photographs by Dejan Vekic.>>>
Four years of siege as seen through the eyes of Sarajevan photographer Dejan Vekic.>>>
As a part of commemorative events marking 20 years since the start siege, it was announced that the Sarajevo Siege Museum will be built within the next two years.>>>
No officials from Belgrade will attend events marking the 20th anniversary of the start of the Bosnian Serb siege of Sarajevo, officials have confirmed.>>>
The Bosnian capital's main boulevard has been turned into a river of red chairs, 11,541 of them commemorating the lives lost in the 1992-6 siege by Bosnian Serb forces.>>>
City plans ambitious artistic event to honour the more than 10,000 victims of the siege that began almost 20 years ago.>>>
On the 13th anniversary of the NATO bombing, the Belgrade authorities unveiled a memorial dedicated to all victims of war in the former Yugoslavia from 1990 until 1999.
Macedonia’s association of Second World War veterans says the plan to rename hundreds of streets in Skopje reeks of revenge on the part of those forces that lost the war.>>>
Many former Yugoslavs believe that life was better and jobs easier to get by in the old days - though Croats and Kosovo Albanians are not as nostalgic as Serbs and Bosniaks.>>>
The members of the association of Zenica’s civilian war victims commemorated the eighteenth anniversary of the shelling that killed five civilians on March 5, 1994.>>>
A new monument under construction on Belgrade’s Sava Square will serve as a memorial to the victims of the 1990s Balkan wars.>>>