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Celebrities from Balkans and people from all over the world have lent support for the Bosnian 'Babylution' protests over personal numbers, which started two weeks ago.
Victims’ groups protested at the state parliament in Sarajevo about delays in adopting an umbrella law to provide basic rights for some 200,000 people who were tortured in wartime.
Leaders of Bosnia and Serbia agreed to work together on improving their often tetchy mutual relations at a meeting in Belgrade.
The US ambassador to Bosnia, Patrick Moon, and the President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, have each accused the other of being 'frustrating'.
Croatia's fast-approaching membership of the EU has helped the two countries solve decades of problems in only a year, a Bosnian official said, unveiling an analysis of the issue.
After forming a new political party, the president of the Bosniak-Croat Federation Zivko Budimir said the country’s current two-entity system should be sorted out rather than scrapped.
Two Serbian Orthodox priests plan to sue Bishop Kacavenda of Tuzla and Zvornik for sexually abusing them, their lawyer said.
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in Sarajevo said she was 'disappointed' by the lack of progress in the country's politics since her last visit less than six months ago.
EU Delegation and the US embassy to Bosnia called on the Serbian Orthodox Church to stop further construction of a church near the Srebrenica memorial to Bosniak war victims, calling it a provocation.
The Bosnian association of journalists said it felt concerned about hate speech in the media directed against Predrag Lucic, a Croatian journalist whose poetry has caused some offence.
Despite protests by war veterans, Bosnia's Federation entity has adopted a law cutting their pensions under pressure from the International Monetary Fund, IMF.
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.
The Hague Tribunal has been successful in bringing wartime commanders to justice but hasn’t met expectations on reconciliation, chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz told BIRN.
Foreign Trade Minister says Bosnia will not accept a customs-free import regime with EU states despite pressure from Brussels.
The five-day festival of the City of Zagreb opened in Sarajevo, starting with an exhibition of paintings by a pop singer.