One of the most beautiful cities located in the Balkans is Sarajevo. Built between two mountains, the city has conquered the hearts of the thousands of visitors today as it has done so for centuries with its unique nature, rich history and cultural heritage.
Sarajevo still bears the scars from the civil war that took place between 1992-1995, with bullet holes in buildings to curved monuments in a city centre square engraved with the names of hundreds of children who lost their lives.
A stock index of firms compliant with the principles of Islamic Sharia law, in cooperation with Bosna Bank International was launched today
Fetullah Terror Organization exploited people's religious feelings, says Amina Siljak Jesenkovic of University of Sarajevo
Zdravko Tolimir's genocide conviction upheld for role in 1995 Srebrenica genocide.
April 6 was officially declared as the Day of Sarajevo at the session of the City Council in 2006.
Two decades after the siege of Sarajevo, the city struggles to preserve authentic reminders of mass killings.
It will be the first papal trip to Sarajevo in 18 years
A cross, which was erected early on Monday morning on a hill overlooking Sarajevo, has sparked outrage in the country as war-related wounds from the nineties are opened once again.
Families of people who faced forced disappearances during Bosnian war held a ceremony in Sarajevo.
Director Erol Mintas' film Annemin Sarkisi was awarded the Heart of Sarajevo prize
Many of the National Library's records and manuscripts were destroyed in the Bosnian Serb siege of Sarajevo during the 1992-95 war, which razed the landmark Town Hall that housed the library.
This year's programme lists nearly 250 films from 60 countries.
The library, also knwon as the Vijecnica national library, will continue to hold Open Days up till July 31 everyday between 10.00-17.00 local time.
A hand grenade attack occurred in front of a shopping mall in the town of Pale, 10 km southeast of the Bosnian capital.
The murder of heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne Franz Ferdinand by a 19-year-old Bosnian Serb called Gavrilo Princip set the Great Powers marching to war. More than 10 million soldiers died, as empires crumbled and the world order was rewritten.
The two-day forum began with a moment's silence for the Turkish coal mine disaster.
Business delegates prepare to discuss interests in Southeastern Europe at Sarajevo Business Forum.
The library went up in flames in August 1992 by Serb shelling, destroying almost two million books including many rare volumes reflecting its multicultural life under the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires.
Turkish Airlines marked its first commercial flight to Sarajevo from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen International Airport.
Famous Turkish actor Kenan Imirzalioglu will attend film opening in Bosnian capital.