Today, no more than 800 Jews live in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, down from around 12,500 before World War II.
Aleksandar Vucic's two-day visit is seen as an attempt to solve a number of issues between the two Balkan countries and boost economic ties between them despite divisions stemming from the war in the 1990s that followed the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Edward J. Erickson, a US army veteran and historian, explains how ethnic tensions unravelled in the Middle East following World War I.
Survivors of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide and human rights organisations welcome the sentencing of former Bosnian Serbian commander Ratko Mladic to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of genocide and war crimes in the Bosnian war.
Acquitted after a four-year trial that ended in 2013, prosecutors hope they can successfully prosecute the two in a bid to establish a judicial link between Belgrade's then-government and the wartime atrocities in Bosnia.
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