Nana Fata’s small victory is a source of inspiration and a symbol of justice for Bosnians in a period of rising genocide denialism in the region and beyond.
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.
Could unlikely alliances between Serb and Croatian hardliners threaten the country’s unity?
The results of the election could have major repercussions for secessionist movements that threaten to tear Balkan borders apart.
People of Bosnia and Herzegovina will cast their votes on Sunday for national and sub-national presidencies, parliaments, and assemblies in one of the most intricate political systems in the world.
Milorad Dodik says he will prioritise the interests of Bosnia's Serb-dominated region as he becomes a candidate to become president of a state he has repeatedly attacked as unviable and harmful for Serbs.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says it will protect ethnic Serbs in Bosnia if a controversial referendum in Republika Srpska on celebrating ‘statehood day‘ leads to any threats against them.
The Constitutional Court of the Republika Srpska has ruled in favour of holding a controversial referendum over whether to continue celebrating the formation of the Serbian autonomous region.
Bosnian Serb politicians oppose the state statistical agency's decision to publish results of the 2013 census due to methodology
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