The move reflects Serb opposition to the Bosnian law amendments imposed last week by Valentin Inzko, the outgoing High Representative in Bosnia. The amendments aimed to outlaw attempts at minimizing the scope of the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica.
Enlargement of the Alliance has not been an issue getting much attention in NATO. This should change.
EU officials stressed the need for international courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina to provide justice to the victims and their families.
Jovica Stanisic, former head of Serbia's state security service, and his subordinate Franko "Frenki" Simatovic have each been sentenced to 12 years in jail for their roles in the 1990s Balkan wars in which 200,000 people died.
Sanja Djurdjevic was photographed pulling at the corners of her eyes with her fingers, during her side's 3-0 victory over the Thai team at the Volleyball Nations League in Rimini, Italy, on June 1.
A new proposal to redraw borders in the Balkans is causing a heated discussion with some believing it may be just what the region needs.
Lawmakers in Kosovo elected and swore in a new president for a five-year term, the Balkan nation's second female leader in the post-war period.
Violent and often sadistic pushbacks from Italy, Slovenia and Croatia are a damning indictment of Europe's broken migrant policy.
Over the last week Serbia has thrown its doors open to regional populations in a bid to garner goodwill.
Genocide denial has comfortably situated itself in mainstream discourse after a systematic effort to minimise the crimes committed against Bosnian Muslims in the 1990s.
It has become one of the most pressing issues in the region and there's no silver bullet to fix it.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara is in a decision-making position in the eastern Mediterranean and its determined position remains the same.
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