First as Hajj surrogates and now as refugees - this is the tale of how the presence of Arabs in Bosnia has transformed over the years.
From US President Donald Trump signing a bill to benefit 9/11 victims to flooding in Pakistan, here are some of the top images making the news on July 29 and July 30, 2019.
Croatian police violate international law by using brute force against the fleeing Afghan refugees who find themselves trapped in a cold Serbian town.
About half of the 16,000 registered cars in the Croatian town of Imotski are Mercedes cars, which symbolise success for its rural inhabitants.
While far-right parties rejected values like protecting minorities and basic human rights, Merkel told a press conference in the Croatian capital Zagreb, "politicians being for sale plays a role, and we must act decisively against all of that".
Known under different names in various Slavic countries, the festival is called Masopust in Czech Republic.
Croatian journalists face threats, lawsuits and political pressure as the country is criticised for its stance on media freedom.
Could unlikely alliances between Serb and Croatian hardliners threaten the country’s unity?
The United States has the second highest death rate by firearms globally. Now guns are also affecting a significant number of children.
The Red Cross says that migrants are ill-equipped to survive freezing temperatures and some might not make it through winter.
Veteran Croatian playmaker Luka Modric heroically helped drag his country to the World Cup final in Moscow and battled hard to lead his club Real Madrid to their second consecutive Champions League crown.
Marin Cilic beat Lucas Pouille in straight sets to claim Davis Cup for Croatia.
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