The Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina has summoned RS President Milorad Dodik for the banned referendum on Sunday
Over 99 percent of voters back Jan. 9 as Republika Srpska 'Statehood Day', fuelling fears of independence push from Bosnia
Critics of the referendum have said that it is stoking ethnic tension and is bolstering separatist sentiment within the Bosnian Serb ministate
The vote is the brainchild of Milorad Dodik, nationalist leader of the Bosnian Serb-run entity Republika Srpska (RS).
Dutch authorities already 'sufficiently investigated' the peacekeepers' role in 1995 genocide, says the human rights court
Dragan Vasiljkovic -- or 'Captain Dragan' -- was handed over by Canberra after almost a decade-long legal battle, becoming the first suspected war criminal to be extradited by Australia.
"I'm not afraid of our future economically speaking... but what we need actually is political stability in the region," Vucic told AFP in an interview at his government headquarters in Belgrade.
In his first declaration after being declared winner of Dibra, Muharrem Rama promised to keep all the promises made during the campaign.
Pro-coup soldiers martyred Omer Halisdemir after he shot pro-coup brigadier general
The Baltic nation has built a huge fake town so NATO troops can practice urban warfare against Russia
Serbia's president and prime minister are to meet Bosnian Serb leaders to discuss the controversial referendum - due in September - as international opposition to it mounts.
Documents show members of trade advocacy group linked to coup-plotting FETO have access to EU institutions in Brussels
Speaking in Pristina, US Vice-President Joe Biden said that Kosovo should work toward normalising relations with Serbia so as to make progress towards joining the EU.
Turkish relief associations send aid for victims of heavy floods in Macedonian capital Skopje
Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's new coalition Cabinet receives parliament's backing after April's snap general election
Described as the 'safe box' of FETO, Abdullah Buyuk is extradited to Turkish officials Wednesday
This is the third such incident by Kosovar opposition who are against reorganization of border with Montenegro
Authorities still searching for missing 16-month-old baby
Among the dead was an eight-year-old girl, a hospital source said.
Despite "the gravity of the crimes" for which Ljubomir Borovcanin was sentenced to 17 years in prison, the presiding judge of the Yugoslav war crimes court based in The Hague agreed he could be freed.
Fetullah Terror Organization exploited people's religious feelings, says Amina Siljak Jesenkovic of University of Sarajevo