World Bulletin / News Desk
Amra Babich became first headscarved mayor of Bosnia Herzegovina and Europe as she has been elected as Visoko mayor.
Bosnia held local elections on Sunday.
Babich got 29,39 of votes in Visoko municipality elections which she run as a candidate of Democratic Movement Party (SDA) that was founded by former president Alija Izzetbegovich.
Babich, had been a member of municipal assembly, also heads a civil society organization that helps families of troops killed during Bosnia war.
A man has gone on a shooting rampage and has shot dead 5 people including his wife in Serbia
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is the first Israeli PM to visit Africa in 50 years
Carrying 11,000 tons of supplies, Lady Leyla expected to reach Israeli port of Ashdod Saturday night
Over 40,000 people are planning to march through London today hoping to pressure politicians to keep Britain in the European Union.
Nearly 250,000 children under 5 suffer from severe acute malnutrition because of Boko Haram insurgency, says UNICEF
'If the Russians would do the right thing in Syria ... we're willing to work with them,' US defense chief says
Boris Johnson, the favored candidate to succeed David Cameron, drops out after an erstwhile ally decides to oppose him
- Al-Hasai district, one of ISIL's most important strongholds outside Fallujah, is now under Iraqi army control
Every terrorist attack only strengthens Nigeria's resolve to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Turkey, Buhari says
German chancellor hails recent socio-economic reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina
NATO could have a 4,000-strong rapid response team in Eastern Europe
Thousands give standing ovation and clap hands to honor Istanbul attack victims before football game begins in France
Policy expected to be fully implemented by next July, defense chief says
Extremism 'constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security,' Council says
Navy investigation finds failures at multiple levels