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Bosnia's state court froze the assets of alleged Balkan narco-boss Naser Kelmendi, while prosecutors said they will investigate whether his property was bought with drug money.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has urged Bosnia and Herzegovina to apply for full membership as soon as possible, promising it better economic opportunities.
Young Bosnians have launched a campaign to reconstruct an open-air theatre in the capital that was destroyed during the 1990s conflict.
After the Croat member of Bosnia's state presidency cancelled a planned visit to Belgrade, the Bosniak member said he was still willing to go and help Serbia confront its past deeds in his country.
A Bosnian Croat standing in Croatia's first Euro-elections says she will represent the interests of both countries if elected.
After talks with Bosnian leaders, EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule said with regret that Bosnia's EU failure to agree on a key rights ruling would stall its European advance.
Bosnian Serb wartime general Ratko Mladic launched a tirade at the judge after he was ejected from his Hague trial for calling a witness who survived the Srebrenica massacres a liar.
The EU Enlargement Commissioner will meet Bosnian decisionmakers in Sarajevo on Thursday after cancelling the third round of dialogue on accession in Mostar.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic described the Hague war crimes court as a biased “inquisition” during a UN General Assembly debate that was boycotted by the US as inflammatory.
Bosnian Serb President Milorad Dodik told the Hague trial of his predecessor Radovan Karadzic that there was no criminal plot to expel Muslims and create a mono-ethnic state.
Bosnian presidency member Zeljko Komsic’s party is promising youthful faces and a fresh democratic alternative, but some analysts suggest that ethnic interests dictate that it will struggle for support.
A reported gold find near works on a tunnel near Sarajevo has drawn crowds of locals in search of the precious metal.
Current Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik praised his predecessor Radovan Karadzic ahead of testifying in his defence at his Hague Tribunal war crimes trial.
Increase in complaints about human and civil rights violations partly reflects the worsening economic crisis, Ombudsman's report for 2012 says.
Sarajevo was left without public transport on Wednesday after staff at the transport company went on strike, demanding payment of late salaries and better conditions.
The government of the Serb-dominated entity has adopted its own rules on the issue of personal identification numbers after the state-level authorities failed to resolve the logjam.
New proposals to make Bosnia’s Federation entity less dysfunctional and more democratic should not be ignored by the country’s squabbling political elites.
Foreign Trade Minister says Bosnia will not accept a customs-free import regime with EU states despite pressure from Brussels.
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.