Sunday's election came after the country’s main Bosniak and Croat parties reached an agreement in June this year to hold the first local elections in the ethnically divided city since 2008.
The Bosnian war ended. But the peace agreement left behind a cold and fragile peace.
Refugees reported brutal and prolonged beatings, of some being stripped naked and forced to lie like logs stacked on top of each other and two cases of severe sexual abuse.
The recent vandalism of a historic mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the latest in a series of disturbing developments evoking the worst fears in the country's Muslim population.
The 20th-century structure was among the first city symbols to be demolished by Serb forces during the siege of the Bosnian city from 1992 to 1995.
The seven former Bosnian Serb military officers and soldiers are suspects in the killing of 44 Muslims during the 1992-95 Bosnian War that claimed some 100,000 lives.
Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic returned to a United Nations court to appeal his 2017 conviction for genocide and crimes against humanity during the Yugoslav Wars.
For the residents of Mostar, Covid-19 wasn't enough to stop the 454th traditional diving competition.
Edin Trklja had everything going for him when the Bosnian War broke out and shattered his dreams. He was critically wounded and gasped for life - many years later, he found the opportunity to confront his attacker. Here is his story.
If genocide denial is not confronted in Bosnia, it is possible the country could see a return to war in the near future
Funerals have been held at the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Potocari for nine newly-identified victims of the July 1995 massacre.
Serb authorities in Bosnia are trying to erase the history of a rape camp by maintaining it as a hotel with a functioning spa, but some still want the world to remember.
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