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All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.
Citizens of Sarajevo gathered on Wednesday night to cross the newly opened Festina Lente Bridge over the river Miljacka.
The head of the Bosnian Swimming Association blames the lack of state support for humble results so far from Bosnia's Olympians.
Top politicians in the region are still struggling to live with criticism, accusing journalists of undermining national interests and of mafia ties, media organisation says.
On the closing night of the 18th Sarajevo Film Festival, Romania's Radu Jude won the Heart of Sarajevo award for Best Film.
The 18th Sarajevo Film Festival closed this weekend after showing 210 movies over the past week, many of which were connected to the early 90’s conflict in the Balkans.
This year's Sarajevo Film Festival, as ever, is drawing stars from the world of show business, while offering a rich retrospective of this year’s film production.
As part of the 18th Sarajevo Film Festival, the Cinema for Peace Foundation has shown part of its project to create a visual archive of the stories of Srebrenica genocide survivors for the first time.
Sarajevo is gearing up for its biggest cultural event of the year on Friday, the 18th annual Sarajevo Film Festival.
The first festival of street painters, creating their 3D illusions on squares and sidewalks, opened in Sarajevo on June 21.
A retrospective exhibition of paintings and sculptures by the Tuzla artist has opened in the Serbian History Museum.
The organizers announced the films that will headline the 18th Sarajevo Film Festival, SFF, including the Bosnian movie “Children of Sarajevo”, which will open the nine-day festival on July 6.
Dani Sarajeva introduces Bosnian artists to the Belgrade public in a showcase of regional cultural cooperation.
The Balkan Initiative for Cultural Cooperation Exchange and Development, BICCED, funded by the Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans, is announcing the launch of the first Culture Watch Award.
A survey of world media freedom in 2011 carried out by US-based watchdog Freedom House put Montenegro in top place in the region. Kosovo has also moved up the rankings while Macedonia has moved down.
The main broadcasters in Bosnia’s Federation and Republika Srpska entities are under the thumb of big parties, Bosnia’s Association of Journalists has complained.
Monika Karan-Ilic, one of the few women tried in Bosnia for war crimes, has been convicted of torturing and abusing detention-camp prisoners in Brcko and jailed for four years.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
The International Monetary Fund approved a tranche of 39 million euro for Bosnia under a two-year stand-by arrangement which aims to bolster fiscal stability in the country.