Bosnia-Herzegovina would not exist today if martyrs did not show courage and give sacrifices: Bosnian leader Izetbegovic
You have a person whom Allah has bestowed upon you, Bakir Izetbegovic says
Turkish president guest of honor at Congress of the European Turkish democrats, expected to draw 15,000 visitors to Sarajevo
In the tourist centre of Sarajevo, a park in front of the national library has been turned into a makeshift camp with several dozen tents.
West is disturbed by man who carries out economic development, deals with refugees and terror, says Bakir Izetbegovic
Bosnia tells people about hundreds of mosques, religious buildings destroyed by Serb and Croat forces during 1990s wars
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek participates in 'Balkan Davos'
Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek to participate at forum
Bulgaria takes over rotating presidency from Bosnia
TIKA releases details of dozens of projects launched since 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Following a long-standing border dispute between European Union members Croatia and Slovenia, Brussels has warned Western Balkans aspirants that they need to resolve their territorial disputes before joining the bloc.
Survivors talks about deadly shelling of crowded market during 1992-1995 siege of Sarajevo
Bosnia has become favored destination for Arab investors as well as tourists
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency to distribute financial aid collected in Bosnia
Former Bosnian Serb general found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity arising from 1992-1995 war
War crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb commander to end in verdicts on Wednesday
On November 9, 1993, one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in Balkans was deliberately destroyed by Croats during the Croat–Bosniak War
Bakir Izetbegovic draws parallels between careers of Turkish president and his late father Alija Izetbegovic
Turkish president remembers founding Bosnian statesman 14 years after his passing as a 'man of heart'
If Bosnia plays its cards right, it could lay the ground for becoming Europe’s cradle of black gold
Commemorative events taking place as country sends 71 recently identified victims to be buried in collective funeral