The resolutions set forward by the Bosniak elite at the time serve as an example of courage, morality and empathy that people across the region can learn from today.
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.
Despite being convicted of war crimes, the “butcher of Bosnia” continues to be celebrated as a war hero by officials and youth in Serbia and beyond.
Although the proposal "Yes to a ban on full facial coverings" does not mention the burqa or the niqab — there is no doubt what the debate concerns amid a campaign by some of the country's politicians to assign labels for Islam and its followers.
Serbian Ambassador Vladimir Bozovic was asked to leave Serbia within 72 hours over interfering with the country’s internal affairs.
The long-ruling Democratic Party of Socialists is bidding to stay in power for another four years, and is being challenged by a pro-Serb group advocating stronger ties with Serbia and Russia.
Some analysts see a connection between today's Islamophobia and the toxic Serbian nationalism of the 1990s, which sought to erase the Muslim Bosnian presence in the Balkans.
The controversial law could backfire badly.
This is the story of Dervis M Korkut, a scholar who helped save Jewish lives and preserve their heritage in Bosnia.
Tiny west African state says it's acting on behalf of 57-nation Islamic bloc OIC in bringing the case against Myanmar before International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Performance artist Marina Abramovic opened an exhibition in her hometown Belgrade for the first time in 44 years with her retrospective "The Cleaner."
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.
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