New research reveals that Britain and the US knew six weeks before Srebrenica massacre that enclave would fall – but they decided to abandon Srebrenica to its fate.
Number of asylum seekers in Serbia quadrupled in past two years
The Srebrenica genocide of 1995 resulted in the death of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys. 136 have been identified and will be laid to rest on July 11.
Despite intense opposition from Russia Bosnian Serbs and Serbia, officials in the UN have referred to the massacre as a "genocide".
Secretary general says blame shared by UN and member states
Tensions over NATO and the Ukraine conflict have paved the way for the Bulgarian military to revamp its fleet.
Bosnia was trying to obtain new financial support from the IMF. Finance Minister Vjekoslav Bevanda says Bosnia's arrangement with the IMF has been endangered
Serbian president has also opposed an expected UN resolution on the Srebrenica genocide
Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic said that the 17 hours of EU-facilitated dialogue talks with Pristina delegation, ended no deal.
Serbia launches sale of 38 state-run media outlets, including Tanjug news agency.
Defense ministry announces deal on compensation to families of three victims
Macedonia's central bank ordered all banks in the Balkan country to pull their deposits from banks in Greece
On June 27, 1992, the eastern town of Visegrad saw 70 of its Bosnian Muslim inhabitants killed by Serb forces. Among the victims there was one-year-old baby.
Bosnian war commander Oric transferred to Bosnian police in capital Sarajevo
Switzerland has approved the extradition of Naser Oric
The Socialist Party-led Alliance for European Albania coalition wins over two thirds of municipalities
Serbia has requested the extradition of a Bosnian wartime commander who was arrested in Switzerland on Serbian warrant
Local elections took place on Sunday.
3.3 million voters to cast ballot on Sunday to elect 61 new mayors
Serbian PM Vucic has said he is ready to attend the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina to honor the dead of the 1992-95 war
Ceremony marking 20th anniversary of genocide is expected to attract 50,000 people from around the world