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Zeljko Komsic’s decision to quit the Social Democratic Party will have consequences for the party – but the outcome of his power struggle with Zlatko Lagumdzija remains unclear.
Two years after it has been commissioned, Bosnia has a draft of the Transitional Justice Strategy, but despite widespread acceptance of its importance there are already doubts whether the document will be adopted.
Six members of unit believed to have killed around 800 people from Srebrenica in 1995 have been jailed so far to 157 years.
In four years working as a forensic anthropologist, Esma Alicehajic has taken part in dozens of Srebrenica exhumations, and says she never allows herself to feel emotional while working on a mass grave.
About 7,000 people, including hundreds of survivors of the original march in 1995, joined an emotional pilgrimage to the eastern Bosnian town where they will rebury 520 more victims in the memorial centre.
Verdicts on seven members say VRS brigade played key role in slaughter after fall of Srebrenica - executing victims and transporting the bodies to mass graves.
Hague verdicts hold High Command under Ratko Mladic most responsible for the carnage in Srebrenica, along with active participation of Bosian Serb army’s Drina Corps.
Sehida Abdurahmanovic recalls the fate of her extended family following the fall of Srebrenica, when the slaughter of men at the hands of the Bosnian Serb army began.
The decision taken by the Hague Tribunal to clear former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of one count out of two of genocide has disappointed the victims.
Country could miss out on a fortune in Pre-Accession cash if it fails to finalize its list of projects in the next few days.
They may have been among the worst criminals of the Bosnian war - but the logistical problems in proving snipers’ responsibility for people’s deaths mean that not one has been convicted.
Change of government, after the Social Democrats expelled the strongest Bosniak party from the coalition, is likely to result in tectonic shifts in politics and new instability.
Civil society organizations claim three key questions in the 2013 headcount, on nationality, religion and language, are discriminatory and are calling for changes made and fresh dialogue on the subject.
Almost twenty years after the war, war veterans across the region feel neglected, but still their problems vary from country to country.
Thirty two years after his death, the cult of personality built around Josip Broz Tito in history teaching across the old Yugoslavia has been replaced with narrower, nationalistic interpretations.