Victims' groups call on Bosniak, Croatian representatives to have Visegrad cross removed
Bosnian court sentences Ostoja Stanisic over 1995 genocide after 4-year trial; acquits assistant
International Court of Justice receives appeal documents relating to atrocities committed during 1992-1995 Bosnian War
Bosnia's legal team has "new arguments," notably those presented during the trial of Bosnian Serb wartime army chief Ratko Mladic who is awaiting judgement at a UN tribunal, Izetbegovic said.
Fishermen blame the national power firm Elektroprivreda BiH, which manages the Jablanica dam and the hydroelectric power station about 30 kilometres west of the lake.
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 college in Mostar, Bosnia has offered scholarships to all refugees and students who have been affected by Trump's refugee travel ban
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim welcomes delegation from Bosnian parliament to Ankara
Ankara wants Bosnia to transfer control of FETO schools to Maarif Foundation, says deputy parliamentary speaker
Republika Srpska's Milorad Dodik describes sanctions as 'personal revenge' by outgoing Obama administration figures
'We will never give up on Republika Srpska,' Bosnian entity's leader tells rally
The eight Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) soldiers were detained in the Sarajevo suburb of Dobrinja in April 1992 after their vehicle broke down, a prosecutor's office statement said.
Drawing on a tragic history of war and conflict, a Sarajevo training center sends mine-hunting dogs to global trouble spots
Thousands of people have gathered in Bosnia to condemn the brutality and the genocide taking place in Aleppo
A demonstration in the Bosnian capital will bring civil society activists and ordinary Sarajevans together in solidarity with Syrians in eastern Alepp
The epitome of Serb defiance after the breakup of Yugoslavia, Mladic once said chillingly: "Borders are always drawn in blood and states marked out with graves."
Many suspected war criminals remain at large and victims are still being found in mass graves more than 20 years after the end of the tragic war
'What Turks did can only be done by people who love their country and soldiers', says Vice-President Melika Mahmutbegovic
Ten former Croatian soldiers, police investigated over alleged crimes against civilians carried out between 1992-1993
Senior Bosnian and Iranian officials have said that they will fight terrorism while also vowing to boost trade between the two countries.